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Re: Packard Engine to GM Auto Transmission Adapters
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Mike52_200
Hi John,
I may be doing the same project on my 1952 200 sedan. mine has a standard tranny with R11 OD. I understand the kit and rear mount and 4L60e you used. may I ask what controller you're building or using for your shift controller? also have you modified the drive shaft yet? did you have to modify yoke, length etc. I already have a new radiator which includes coolant line ports. would like to hear about the column shift mod? how is your project doing?
Thanks,
Mike

Posted on: 1/15 20:09
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Re: 1952 250 fuel pump kit
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Mike52_200
ok thanks

Posted on: 1/14 12:29
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Re: 1952 250 fuel pump kit
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Mike52_200
Thanks Jim,
Ya I've done this with my grandsons New Yorker and left a new mechanical pump in as a backup. it worked pretty well. I'm seriously thinking of just caping off the original on this one. Rebuilds are just too expensive and by what you're saying it sounds like not that reliable. just have to make sure the pressure is not too high.
Thanks for the info!

Posted on: 1/14 10:49
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Re: 1952 250 fuel pump kit
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Mike52_200
Thanks for the response BDeb and JeromeSolberg, I left a message at Kanter and will check out "Then and Now".
The pump I have seems to be failing at low Idle when the car warms up. I see air bubbles in my aftermarket filter, and it starts to empty. sense I don't see any major leaks I suspect it's flowing back to the tank. if I give it gas it fills up and runs fine as long as the idle is up.
I'm also considering an electric pump with an oil safety switch. then converting the windshield wipers to electric. What Fun!

Posted on: 1/14 7:46
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1952 250 fuel pump kit
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Mike52_200
Anyone know where I can get a dual action fuel pump rebuild kit for a 1952 200 with 327 engine? not sure if the 288 and 327 are the same pump? thanks

Posted on: 1/13 16:31
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