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Stupid question but…
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moodydavid16
Hi guys I have a question. When servicing the transmission on my 1948 Super Eight what fluid should I use? Some places it says SAE 90 mineral gear oil and other manuals say SAE 140 mineral gear oil

Posted on: 8/15 14:38
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Re: Engine paint
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Or if anyone has the mixing formula that would be awesome as well

Posted on: 8/11 0:27
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Engine paint
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Hey, does anyone know where I can buy some of the original color grey paint used on the 48 super eight’s 327 engine?

Posted on: 8/11 0:27
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Fuel tank
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Does anybody know where I can find a used fuel tank for a 1948 Super Eight?

Posted on: 8/9 13:56
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Re: Timing chain removal
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Oh, I see now. The thing I thought was a pin was the ear I need to bend back. Thank you for all y’all’s help and I’ll let ya know how it goes

Posted on: 7/28 13:55
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Timing chain removal
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Hello. Does anyone know how to take the timing chain off of a 327? The only thing I can think of is there is a little pin holding a 1.5” nut on the camshaft gear. Would I have to pull that out? If so does anyone have any suggestions on how to pull it out; it is stuck in there pretty good.

Posted on: 7/27 21:13
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Re: Pulling an engine
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Quote:

Fish'n Jim wrote:
If you search this topic, pulling engine you'll find it is covered fairly well, pictures, etc. and what equipment you'll need.

Where can I find this information?

Posted on: 7/12 17:42
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Pulling an engine
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Hey all, I’m trying to pull the engine from my 1948 Super Eight but I can’t seem to find where the bolts that hold the engine to the bell housing are. Can anyone point me in the right direction; or perhaps should I pull the engine out with the transmission attached? This is my first time pulling an engine and I could really use some help.

Posted on: 7/9 10:42
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Re: Diecast
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Thank you all for your help, once again being my saving grace. I think I found one that I’m gonna try to get. Once again thank you all your help is much appreciated.

Posted on: 6/15 20:18
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Re: Diecast
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Thank you for the information. I’ll probably get one of those then. Do you know where I could buy one?

Posted on: 6/13 23:15
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