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1930 , 733 ( 7 seat sedan) front seat frame
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Boweya
G’day hoping someone has some photos or can take some of the timber work used in the back of the front seat frame. Either from behind the drivers seat or through the space for the jump seats.
I am trying to work out the construction of the timber in this area as I have little of the original to go by.
Please note a 1929 , 633 ( 7 seat sedan is quite different in this area.
Cheers Warwick

Posted on: 4/30 22:58
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1930 -733 battery location
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Gday: hoping I can get some advice (or better still a photo) . Looking to confirm the battery location on a Right Hand drive , 6 wheel equiped 1930 -733 sedan.

I have a right hand side mudguard with a spare wheel well, and no battery box opening

I have a left hand side mudguard with no wheel well but with a battery box opening ( I am presuming this is off a RH drive , with a rear mounted spare ).

Am I correct that on a Right hand drive six wheel equiped 733 the left side mudguard should have both the wheel well and the battery box opening ?

Cheers
Warwick

Posted on: 2/9 5:00
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Re: 1930 - 733 crankshaft
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Boweya
Thanks

It would appear that the #1 bearing on a 1929 std is 1-5/8” where a 1930 up is 2”

Photos are extracts from the 1929 and 1931 sales mans handbook ( from this site).

Cheers

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Posted on: 1/27 4:10
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Re: 1930 - 733 crankshaft
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well it looks like by comparing the parts lists , my problem is I have a 1930 crankcase and a 1929 (one year only)crankshaft


320 ci
170174 Motor crankshaft and counterweights assembly 1929
190503 Motor crankshaft and counterweights assembly 1930-36

164819 Motor crankshaft - bearing #1 assembly 1929
176263 Motor crankshaft - bearing #1 assembly 1930-36

158693 Motor crankshaft - bearing cap #1 1929
172180 Motor crankshaft - bearing cap #1 1930-36

132402 Motor crankshaft - sprocket 1929 1930-36

Posted on: 1/24 20:50
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Re: 1930 - 733 crankshaft
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Boweya
Found it , I will take a look , ta

Posted on: 1/24 20:25
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Re: 1930 - 733 crankshaft
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To help if anyone has a copy of the 1929 parts list, could you confirm the following
Does the 1929 , 320ci have the following part numbers
190503 : crankshaft and counter weights assembly
176262 : crankshaft #1 bearing assembly
172180 : crankshaft #1 cap

As these parts were common from 1930-1936, I would like to confirm or rule out if there was a change in 1930

Thanks for your time, cheers Warwick

Posted on: 1/24 16:58
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Re: 1930 - 733 crankshaft
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Boweya
Thanks for taking the time to check, cheers

Posted on: 1/24 16:51
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Re: 1930 - 733 crankshaft
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Thanks for the reply, yes your deductions are correct I’m from North East , Victoria.
The 1930 - 733 is basically , three trailer loads of parts i picked up after Christmas. I’m in the process of piecing the chassis together to see what’s missing and to get it to at least a rolling stage .I also have a 1946 Clipper 8 complete but in need of a lot of work.
Cheers Warwick

Posted on: 1/24 5:37
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1930 - 733 crankshaft
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G’day
Hoping someone might be able to help, I have picked up the remains of a 1930 733 ( in pieces!,)

The crankcase number is *291898*

My current issue is the crankshaft that came with the it does not quite fit . Fits in all of main bearings, except #1 . The #1 bearing appears to be ~1/8” too wide ( at the timing gear end) vs the crankshaft journal. Even with the bearing shell out it will no go pass the crankcase web for bearing #1 (refer photo) .

My research of the parts manuals indicates the same crankshaft part # was used for 1930-1936 at least.

Any thoughts on what model the crankshaft is out of , any help would be much appreciated

Cheers Warwick

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Posted on: 1/24 0:31
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