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Re: Treadle Vac Master Cylinder Cap
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Andrew Sinclair
I Installed the remote reservoir I bought from Highway 101 Rod and Custom in WA. It says it's for a Lincoln but it fits perfectly on the BTV. Attached are a few pictures, I am very pleased with the look.

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Posted on: 2/7 12:49
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Re: Treadle Vac Master Cylinder Cap
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Andrew Sinclair
Thanks Jerome for the options on remote reservoirs. I just ordered the Lincoln kit from Hwy 101. I'll report back when I have time to install it.

Posted on: 1/24 14:00
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Re: Fuel Filter # for Carter glas bowl?
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Andrew Sinclair
I bought one similar to this a few years ago for my 55 Clipper with the Carter carburetor...
https://www.ebay.com/p/Fuel-Filter-Carter-30-82/228007158

It's a Carter 30-82 ceramic filter and gasket.

Posted on: 2019/8/13 12:44
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Re: 1955 400 Hood Pad
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Andrew Sinclair
I have a junior car and I went with a universal pad from RockAuto, a Metro HI3 (48"x65"). was around $45. Used 3M spray adhesive. It is a black-grey color. Here's a picture for reference.

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Posted on: 2019/5/28 16:52
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Re: Oil change
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Andrew Sinclair
I have been using Classic Car oil for years and it works great for my 1955 Clipper.http://www.classiccarmotoroil.com/

Posted on: 2018/11/1 11:38
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Re: Tire Sizes
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Andrew Sinclair
Here is handy chart, also check on Coker Tire website for recommendations.
http://www.vintagecarconnection.com/vintage_tire_size_conversion_chart.htm

Posted on: 2018/4/25 16:07
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Re: Could someone please buy me this manual clipper? (ebay 311949681357)
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Andrew Sinclair

Posted on: 2017/9/14 14:49
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Re: Carburator
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Andrew Sinclair

Posted on: 2017/5/26 15:27
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Re: 1942 Model 2055 "160"
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Andrew Sinclair
Here's a picture of a correct front bumper (it's another owner in the Registry section)...

Posted on: 2017/5/10 14:48
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Re: 55 Patrician Conked Out While Idling, Won't Start
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Andrew Sinclair
I had an issue with the ceramic fuel filter near the carb when I first got my 55 Clipper. It needed a good soak in carb cleaner to clean it out. Not sure if you cleaned or replaced that but another thing to check. Good luck.

Posted on: 2017/4/6 12:47
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