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Re: 55/56 body mounts/pads
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Linseed (not lindseed) oil has historically been a major component of all oil-based (non-latex) enamels.

Posted on: 2013/6/7 9:56
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Re: 55/56 body mounts/pads
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thanks ,,spell checker didn't open up. goggle chrome??

Posted on: 2013/6/7 9:59
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Posted on: 2013/6/7 10:16
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Re: 55/56 body mounts/pads
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Riki wrote:
Stephen,
I wonder if Rust-oleum uses lindseed oil? in their paint.


Probably a trade secret if they do. Spray stuff I'm using lists several ingredients with 10 dollar names ending in "ene", "ol" & "one" which are listed first so must be the major ones. A little barium sulfate, some kind of talc, alkyd resin (which might be linseed oil), and carbon black thrown in for good measure all topped off with propellant.

It stinks enough that I'm surprised C.A.R.B. hasn't banned it.

Posted on: 2013/6/7 10:30
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Re: 55/56 body mounts/pads
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Decades ago, I'd heard that Rustoleum's key ingredient for thwarting rust was some sort of fish oil.

Posted on: 2013/6/7 13:47
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Re: 55/56 body mounts/pads
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Riki,

I am sorry but I don't have any idea as to whether or not linseed oil is used in Rustoleum. BH suggests fish oil, which might be true. Have also seen the online things about fish oil being main ingredient in WD-40. Perhaps O_D will have the last word.

One bit of caution- take any linseed oil rags you might have and put in pail of water when finished with. Spontaneous combustion hazard is very real.

Posted on: 2013/6/7 17:03
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Re: 55/56 body mounts/pads
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Here is a rough sketch that I did of the body mounts on a 1956 Four Hundred. Your Clipper should be similar.

Also a copy of the parts book frame illustration with the mounting location numbers added.



Hello Webmasters

Found this post but can’t open the files attached to it. I believe the will be of interest to my project

Your help is appreciated

Thank you!

Posted on: 1/26 0:14
1956 Packard Executive 2 door hard top (5677A)
1956 Clipper Deluxe Touring Sedan (5622)(parts car)
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Re: 55/56 body mounts/pads
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See if this works.

Attach file:


pdf 1956 Body Mounts.pdf Size: 614.94 KB; Hits: 89
pdf Frame Body Mounts.pdf Size: 209.07 KB; Hits: 71

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Re: 55/56 body mounts/pads
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Thank you very much BDeB!

Posted on: 1/26 0:48
1956 Packard Executive 2 door hard top (5677A)
1956 Clipper Deluxe Touring Sedan (5622)(parts car)
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