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Re: Just bought my first Packard - a 1954 Henney ambulance
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Congratulations.
Tom

Posted on: 7/28 14:31
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Re: Rebuiding of the Treadlevac Easy-Matic
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Owen_Dyneto and PackardDon.
Thanks.
Tom

Posted on: 5/16 13:29
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Re: Rebuiding of the Treadlevac Easy-Matic
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My car is stored in a dry environment for 5 months during the winter. The dryness of the brake fluid is checked at least twice a year.
What kind of maintenance is required?
Tom

Posted on: 5/16 11:54
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Rebuiding of the Treadlevac Easy-Matic
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Is there a recommended interval when to rebuild it? I change the brake fluid every second year.
Tom

Posted on: 5/15 4:40
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Re: State of the PackardInfo Union
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Sorry to hear about your health. I wish you the best of luck!
Tom

Posted on: 3/27 6:19
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Re: Merry Chistmas
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Merry Christmas everyone!
Tom from snowy Norway

Posted on: 12/22 6:56
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Re: New tires for 1956 Clipper Deluxe
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The winner is 225/75/15 WW.
Thank you all for helping me decide.
Tom

Posted on: 2021/8/16 13:20
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Re: New tires for 1956 Clipper Deluxe
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I've been told that the diameter for 215/75R15 is approx 5/8 inch less than for 7,60x15. This will only lower the car approx 5/16 inch. I'm in doubt which to choose; 225 or 215!
Tom

Posted on: 2021/8/13 2:57
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Re: New tires for 1956 Clipper Deluxe
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Ross.
I'm considering the 215/75R15 size, as to get more easy tire change rear. Are there any snags using the 215 tire?
Tom

Posted on: 2021/8/12 9:53
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Re: New tires for 1956 Clipper Deluxe
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The freight, handling, customs and 25% VAT make them too expensive. I have found some Finnish made tires in Norway; Kontio Whitepaw Classic 225/75R15. As this seize is approx 20mm wider than the 7.60x15,I was afraid this could cause trouble.
Tom

Posted on: 2021/8/11 8:13
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