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Re: RIk
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This filter is what you need to replace oil bath.

I had one that was to short and was not getting enough air.

The car has zip now. Now bucking. Going up hills.

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Posted on: Today 1:11
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Anyone have a suggestion what to keep lock in.

Personally I think steele should replace.it.

Not my project.

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Posted on: Today 0:04
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Re: '38 1608 V12 Project
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Bill.

I have some valve stones somewhere. That I'm thinking of using with the mill.

Not sure if they make a 45 degree to put on a boring bar.

Posted on: Today 0:01
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Re: Dad
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Timkin. 472924

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Posted on: 9/15 1:45
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Re: RIk
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Today.

The fitting on vacuum advance was loose so have vacuum back.

But. Moist power to pushbutton and stereo. So have to check that ..

Also. The paper air filter was blocking air flow. Going to look for a 3 inch tall one.

Marine texted the Packard 12 timing cover... Was messy.

Wish I saw blues post.

Going to need a 1-1/2 ream. And a big angle cutter.

And need to mix up a little more ..

The water pump area if its fits not touching it

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Posted on: 9/14 22:37
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Thanks

Nuts. Today I did the epoxy. It was messy..

On the water outlets. I need to ream. And use a I think 45 degrees cutter.

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Posted on: 9/14 22:26
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Re: Dad's 56
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If you pull timing cover i think I have the part number for seal.. If you replace the rope.

Posted on: 9/12 23:55
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Re: '38 1608 V12 Project
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That's my plan to. Now I cant remember where I put it. Stainless tubing.

But my cover is pitted where 0 rings go. So I'm about ready to mix up marine tex. And fill that in as well as where pump goes.

Looks like 3/4 inch wide.. Maybe 1 inch?..

Posted on: 9/12 23:49
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Re: Dad's 56
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I think mechanical might be accurate.

For ease i would go with a 20 buck one. Electric.

They are on the web. Amazon has them. Harbor freight has the 3 unit one 15 bucks. Might might be too cheap.

1/4 inch pipe thread.

The after market sending units. I have fried with the Melling pump.

Posted on: 9/12 2:13
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Re: Removing Ultramatic Governors - Special Tool?
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If your manual lever rotates on shaft.

If you can lower the rear of trans below frame. You should get it out.

Then when out. But it on shaft
Tighten it down. And drill a hole for a roll pin. Or hardened no. 10 bolt. You could tap it. But still use a nut.with a cotter pin. So its won't back off..

Posted on: 9/11 21:18
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