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3 days ago
irfgt
Those would clean and paint up nice.
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4 days ago
irfgt
TerribleTed Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That would be great. Thanks Here are a few pictures, The right side molding is much better than the left.
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4 days ago
irfgt
TerribleTed Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Must be nice parts. Can not be badly pitted. Let > me know what you got. > > needpart I have a set. I will find them and check the condition and take some pictures.
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5 days ago
irfgt
MoxyRamone Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I need an axle flange. My parts car had a set and > the drivers side came off with a few taps with a > hammer. The passenger side will not budge. Heat, > penetrating oil, prayer... nothing is working. > It's looking like it will be a lot easier to just > source a used one. > > Does anyone
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9 days ago
irfgt
You cannot start these vehicles and shut them off without letting them warm up first especially in cold weather. They will flood out and misfire until the plugs clean themselves. There is probably nothing to be found by anyone if this is the case.I see this happen many times in the winter. If they flood simply hold the accelerator to the floor and start it.
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10 days ago
irfgt
MattNall Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Guys!! you've got to take them out of the > driveways to be seen!!! ggg > > No pics in the " Pictures of ME using my Corvair > " topic! It's kinda hard to take a picture of yourself and the outside of your vehicle driving down the road. If it's in your driveway it obviously runs or you pushed
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10 days ago
irfgt
junkman Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Depends a lot on how and where they were stored. > If stored flat, they should be good, because the > oil would have kept the seals lubricated. If > stored standing up, then the seals will fail > sooner than later. That is why the boxes were > designed to lay flat with the part number on the >
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10 days ago
irfgt
I wouldn't know.
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10 days ago
irfgt
The seal I used from Clarks leaked not from the lips but from the outer seal to case. I used a thin coating of grey rtv around the outer perimeter of the seal the second time and no more problems. I also recommend a new converter bushing to hold everything tight.
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12 days ago
irfgt
I do it even more simply. I use the hard cardboard type gasket with a thin coat of grey RTV sealer on both sides. Tighten it down good and snug and you are ready to go. Don't have to worry about over tightening nor having to retighten.
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15 days ago
irfgt
Has original 4 cylinder engine too.
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20 days ago
irfgt
I have decals to replicate that filter.
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20 days ago
irfgt
It probably ran good before it rolled off the Ark.
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20 days ago
irfgt
New Blocking rings and 3/4 syncro and fork back to work!
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20 days ago
irfgt
After a minor transmission hickup she is back in service.
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21 days ago
irfgt
I installed the Clarks blocking rings in my 62 Rampside 4 speed today and they seem to be functioning perfectly right out of the box.
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22 days ago
irfgt
The FCs have a special fitting for the gas heater that could be leaking since you do not have a gas heater. It is probably capped off but could be leaking.
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23 days ago
irfgt
This is a big concern to me having a transmission on my work bench almost completely reassembled and ready to go back in the vehicle and reading there are potential problems with recently purchased parts. If I am going to have to custom fit parts in order for them to function properly then there should be a warning included with the parts warning of this situation. It takes many hours of labor to
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23 days ago
irfgt
Good work guys. I had never read this bulletin. At least this lets me know I'm not crazy and am putting the right stuff back in my transmission. Thanks again!
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24 days ago
irfgt
toms73novass Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > longevity and another person mentioned the angle > on them is not quite what they should be compared > to stock so they do not get a full purchase on the > shaft. > > But don't you have a 62 trans? They are not the > same as 64-65. I know they are different, are the issues just with t
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24 days ago
irfgt
toms73novass Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I want OEM, there have been known issues with the > repops. What kind of problems?
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24 days ago
irfgt
I recently disassembled my 4 speed transmission to replace the 3/4 syncro and found a washer between the 3/4 syncro and 3rd gear. it appears to have been there all along but cannot find reference for it anywhere. Here is a mainshaft picture from chevy and does not show anything except the blocker ring. Anyone else ever seen this?
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24 days ago
irfgt
Clarks has them, Just bought a set.
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25 days ago
irfgt
I would first put points back in and see what happens.
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25 days ago
irfgt
If that truck runs ok and the trans and differential are ok then I believe $7000.00 would not be too much to ask. Ramps are hot now and old pricing is just that... old.
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30 days ago
irfgt
I would like to purchase one on your next run. Thank you.
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30 days ago
irfgt
Can a jet plane take off on a treadmill?
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4 weeks ago
irfgt
I have found the part. Thank you.
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4 weeks ago
irfgt
Lane66m Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I have not opened them up, but they rotate with no > unusual noises. They are still hooked to the > transaxles, but easy enough to remove. > > Not sure about the shaft, will have to look at the > four I have to see what shafts I have. > > I am down here by Savannah, if you are close >
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