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06/09/23 08:20 AM
Originally Posted by Rhinodart
Originally Posted by moparmarks
Originally Posted by moparply
Originally Posted by moparmarks
NOS 71 RR tail light assy. Just one, not the pair. 4300.00
71 Hemi carbs, pr, 11,000.00

You forgot to add in the 25% buyers fee, state sales tax 7-10% and shipping cost.

Those $11,000 Hemi carbs soon become $15,000 Hemi carbs. Also, they are not correct! I guess that's some sort of bonus or something.

If it is like the other Mecum auctions then the shown sale price includes the buyer fees.

Yes, the juice is added, so the price shown is the full price paid by buyer and seller...

So you just need to add the sales tax for your State and shipping?
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Stu Harmon General Forum
06/09/23 06:42 AM
Back in the day, County PD's could act with a whole lot more autonomy then they can today.

A Coronet sedan doesn't surprise me. A Charger certainly does. That must've been a higher-ranking policeman's ride.

I've also heard tales from back in the day that, if they wanted to, a patrolman could provide his own wheels for duty.
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
06/09/23 06:37 AM
Originally Posted by EvilB1Dart
Must’ve been tough, Ted. Memories are what’s important.

Me? Love ‘em & leave ‘em…….they’re just nuts n bolts. Zero attachment.
iagree up A ,man needs new entertainment now and then and there is no other fun like we can have in a fast car boogie devil
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Ebay / Craigslist / Marketplace / WIW
06/09/23 05:02 AM
Like this:
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Ebay / Craigslist / Marketplace / WIW
06/09/23 04:57 AM
Originally Posted by cudatom
Myself I'd go with Keystone Classis but can live with the Cragar S/S. Anything but steel wheels and poverty caps.

Geez, I have not seen a set of Keystone Classics on a car since...well since I had two on the back of my 1969 1983....always thought they were the a great look. But love the Cragar SS rims too..
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06/09/23 04:55 AM
Originally Posted by NANKET
Yes nice looking truck. Nebraska mud flaps.

Ad says A/C. Hard to get the belt to stay on when it’s mounted on the inner fender well.

Added on York compressor.

Haha....I didn't even notice the compressor on the fender. I wish it was W200 I would definitely be all over it....gotta have all four tires spinning where I am at....
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06/09/23 04:47 AM
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Moparts Question and Answer
06/09/23 04:34 AM
Looking online what I found.

Error code U0100 means the PCM cannot send or receive communication signals via the CAN bus. DTC U0100 code usually comes up due to the following: Faulty ECM. Problem with control module wiring.

That could be your problem.

The other one is
U110B Code - Lost Engine Coolant Message

Read more:

BTW, if it ends up that it's an engine wire harness problem I have the one that I just took off my wife 2006 Charger Daytona that I just finished up installing a 6.4 stroker and I used an SRT wiring harness from a 6.1 on it so I have the original one available.
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Moparts Question and Answer
06/09/23 04:06 AM
No, 67 was the split. Not only is the snout on the converter different, the splines on the input are different. You can put a late converter in the early trans, but the car won't move.
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Stu Harmon General Forum
06/09/23 04:05 AM
Originally Posted by larrymopar360
Eco mode isn't cylinder deactivation?

Thats how hemis do it. Chevy does it that way on the LS engines. Others change shift and throttle aplication...
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
06/09/23 04:00 AM
I have run several sets of magnum mannifolds on A-bodies with no issue a couple minutes with a grinder wouldn't fix. All of them I can recall were automatics and at least one I am sure has power steering. They are cheaper and flow better especially if you find the 618 and 619 castings from 92-93. The brake booster is zero issue.
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Gen III Hemi Tech
06/09/23 03:55 AM
Looks a lot better than the XV manifold, that old thing never looked like it was designed right. I am really tempted to order one of these right now for a customer I'm building a motor for...
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Moparts Question and Answer
06/09/23 03:54 AM
What, exactly are you expecting the sway bar to do to help with an alignment?

If something isn't right with the alignment, the sway bar may make it worse, but probably won't help at all.

I can't help you with the measurement, sorry.
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Moparts Question and Answer
06/09/23 03:50 AM
Check each wire at the junction on the firewall.

Had one that would intermittently quit running. Drove me crazy for months. I finally had a buddy help me check each wire at the junction box on the firewall. He leaned over the fender, and I was under the dash. Together we pushed each wire in the junction box together. We found 3 that were not making full contact. If you bumped the harness just right, it lost connection, but if you bumped it just right it worked great.

You getting things working when you set the e brake triggered my experience. I'm betting setting the e brake is moving the wires to something that has a flakey connection.
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Stu Harmon General Forum
06/09/23 03:43 AM
We're close to it, the last few days were a bit hazy out and no real bad smell just like burning wood. Today seemed pretty much back to normal.
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Moparts B Body
06/09/23 03:41 AM
For sale a complete set of four and I would say above average condition Magnum GT wheel flares.
Are these perfect 45 year old
You are going to need some prep work before you install them on a car...yes
I took a close-up picture of the worst one.
I am in Brantford Ontario and I am not looking at shipping these.
I will be attending Chryslers @ Carlisle PA next month and I could bring them with me if prepaid.
I will be across the border from Port Huron Michigan next week and I could meet someone there or I could possibly meet someone in Niagara Falls.
$950 USD
Please send me a PM if you have any questions or if you require any more pictures
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Moparts Question and Answer
06/09/23 03:40 AM
From about 1975 on, I put disc brakes on every Mopar that came into my household. Didn't matter what Chrysler sent it from the factory with.
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
06/09/23 03:30 AM
Thanks for all the help.

Anyone know if the locks that come on the Edelbrock heads are stamped or machined? Just wanted to see if I could use them without much worry.
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Stu Harmon General Forum
06/09/23 03:27 AM
If you have ever really tried to put out a car on fire, you probably don't have a clue how worthless most fire extinguishers are. The dry chemical ones are very messy, but are about the most effective.

In a real fire, either car or house, the primary purpose of an extinguisher is to be able to get people to safety. Once that has been done, you can use up the extinguisher to see if you can save the car or house.

With most car fires, you effectively have about 30 seconds of burning time to put the fire completely out before it will self feed. Once it starts self feeding, you don't have much of a chance without having several extinguishers immediately on hand.
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
06/09/23 03:08 AM
Thanks guys! I saved the patterns so if anyone wants them I'm glad to send them to you.

Finished it up today, satin black kind of makes it disappear. I'll likely paint the rivets as well. (solid aluminum rivets attached the spoiler to the brace I made)

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Street Rodders
06/09/23 02:59 AM
Originally Posted by GomangoCuda
Originally Posted by migsBIG
To be honest, I’m thinking the 41’ Plymouth is going to be my next project when my Cuda and Charger is finished. I was thinking some of the gen 4/5/6 corvette suspension and brakes offer in kits would be good swap onto the car. Was wondering if anyone has done that with their car. Sun frame clips were all the rage with camaro/nova/Firebird/corvair 30+ years ago, but the thought of better suspension options, upgrades and even brakes makes it really tempting. Post what you know.

I wonder if it would be possible adapt the entire vette frame and suspension to the 41. work

I'm thinking the Corvette frame is going to be pretty short for the 41 Plymouth and suspension is probably going to be too wide. The short frame isn't too hard to overcome, but too wide causes a lot of problems. That 41 Plymouth has pretty close to a 60" wheel mounting surface width, I suspect the Vette is several inches wider.
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Moparts Restoration & A12 Forum
06/09/23 02:57 AM
I’ll take a picture of original rims from my 66 Hemi car tomorrow. Painted silver just like car. The little holes were a hold over from when there was a small stud to line up wheel using studs that screwed into axel instead of a lug nut.
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Stu Harmon General Forum
06/09/23 01:59 AM
next on my list of neglected things to do is Gutter guards. I'm getting to the age the wife doesn't like me on the roof anymore so something to keep the 💩 out of the gutters is going to be needed on the house. There are so many different ones out there that all claim to be the best until you research those that have them. I'd prefer to only do them once so I thought I would get some HONEST good or bad feedback from actual users here. BTW this is what happens when you own your own business for 20+ years. When you decide to semi retire all the cr-p you've neglected has to be dealt with frown Once done though I can get back to the hobby I've missed wink
Any inputs good or bad greatly appreciated. beer
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Stu Harmon General Forum
06/09/23 01:46 AM
I have a lot of new welding cable depending on what size you need. Also have the lugs for some sizes. PM me your needs if you'd like wink
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Stu Harmon General Forum
06/09/23 01:41 AM
Originally Posted by Rhinodart
Originally Posted by 340Cuda
Originally Posted by Rhinodart
We lost all our ash trees, in fact the last two are leaning up against my house and need to be cut down but it is next to the power lines and even the tree cutters in the area won't touch them... mad

Your power company might take them down for you.

They have cut back other trees twice so far and will not touch these... mad

Once they are dead they are considered much more dangerous as they are unsafe to climb. I had an 80 footer brought down last year that was alive and well for that very reason. It was in a very precarious spot that would have caused building damage. I did not feel like rolling the dice on it. The rest are not going to be a problem to drop or wait until they drop themselves. beer
Thanks for all the responses.
I either flushed 500.00 away today or saved the trees. Time will tell
Thanks again beer
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