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Re: Best glue for running board rubber
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bullsh--ter
I did both running boards, One a day because you must have enough clamps, vice grips and anything else you can use to hold pressure onthe rubber.I am quite pleased with how it turned but I would try a different glue if I had to do it again.

Posted on: 7/27 19:10
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Re: Fender Welting Placement?
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On my 37 the rear fender welting curves around the the back of the running board and a seperate piece goes across the front of the running board. There is nothing between the running board and the body.
I dont know if this correct because my car has been repaired[very poorly] before I got it.

Posted on: 7/24 19:11
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Re: Best glue for running board rubber
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I will be gluing standard rubber matting on flat steel running boards using urethane windshield glue. It allows you some grace time to move things around but fully cures in 24 hrs. This will happen next week and I will let you know how it turns out,

Posted on: 7/22 18:46
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Re: Hood vents
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Thank's for all the info and advice but this a low cost project that has already gotten out of hand.

Posted on: 7/11 19:19
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Re: Hood vents
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Looking for all 4 as mine are damaged. Even damaged ones are possibly useable as I can hopefull epoxy the fins in place.

Posted on: 7/6 18:01
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Hood vents
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Looking for right side hood vents for a 37 120 touring sedan. Any info appreciated.

Posted on: 7/3 19:41
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Re: 1940 160 generator
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Most lawnmowers are 4 HP and up. I dont think a generator and water pump require that much power. Anyway it is still going stong after 4000 miles. and it beats walking if you cant find the right one.

Posted on: 6/25 18:50
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Re: 1940 160 generator
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The part # for the belt I put on my 41 is Gates 6439BR. It was short and hard to put on but not too tight once I got it on.
Sorry for the delay in answering but I was gone for 5 days

Posted on: 6/23 14:46
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Re: 1940 160 generator
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On my 41 the motor had sagged in the front due to the mount rubbers being worn. I jacked up the engine a 1/2 inch without lifting the car and I was able to change the belt. This might also give you enough clearance to acces the bolt. I took the old belt to napa and they matched it up.

Posted on: 6/16 14:33
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Re: 1936 120 running board rubber removal
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Heat gun worked good for me.When I cleaned the metal part they were to far gone and am now making new running boards out of flat steel and manually rounding the edge.

Posted on: 6/13 15:11
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