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Moparts Full Size
02/06/23 03:21 AM
Got a buddy who's needing an original proportioning valve for a '69 New Yorker, disc/drum car.
I believe the following pics are what it looks like, supposedly came off '69 New Yorker as well.
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
02/06/23 03:07 AM
Have to ask, you referenced a 6200 shift point in your other thread.

Is your plan to keep it there? If so, IMO, would not be worth the cost to go to a Ti valve.

You could save a bunch of weight with a smaller diameter spring and ti retainers/locks. (that's what I did)
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Ebay / Craigslist / Marketplace / WIW
02/06/23 02:54 AM
Originally Posted by larrymopar360
What does one do when it goes bad a week later?

Had a Corvette customer buy 4 date coded T-3 headlight for his 64 and asked me to istall them. So we did. Turned the lobeams on and one was REAL BRIGHT for a second or so and the POOF!
Same happened with the Hi beams.
He said the ebay seller guaranteed them to be good. I replied, technically they were for a couple of seconds whistling laugh2 pity
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Stu Harmon General Forum
02/06/23 02:46 AM
Originally Posted by gtx6970
Passport Transport hauled mine in Oct 2020 and was $1850 Cincinatti Ohio, to Tucson Az.

Booked it on a Thursday, they picked it up the following Tuesday morning and I had it at my place that Sunday afternoon.
I used them exclusively until a customers car going to Pa disappeared for 2 WEEKS and showed up with problems it did not leave here with flame Short version, I believe the driver was PO'd as i complained about his inspection ( an employee took the car to meet them). They had been purchased by fed ex at that time (2010) don't know if they still are
I have since used Reliable with no issues beer
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
02/06/23 02:45 AM
You should read up on Ackeeman angle before you go giving any more bad advice to people about flipping the tie rods to the front with stock parts.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ackermann_steering_geometry

It creates a major toe problem with very little steering wheel input.
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Moparts Question and Answer
02/06/23 02:36 AM
Originally Posted by volaredon
How do you pair up a "x" bore by "y" stroke master with what stroke/bore slave? Same criteria for internal slave vs external? Talking wilwood or tilton style aftermarket



pedal travel and ratio is going to come into play as well wink Need to be a bit more specific, IE: Talking wilwood or tilton style aftermarket
confused What? master or slave, internal or external? shruggy beer
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
02/06/23 02:36 AM
With cup adjuster I am push rod oiling so the set screws are to close off the oiling from the rocker to the pushrod.
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Stu Harmon General Forum
02/06/23 02:05 AM
Thanks to both for the replies beer
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Stu Harmon General Forum
02/06/23 02:00 AM
Is that company here in Oregon? If so I was ask by the machine shop use if I would be interested in building them some Hi Po Street and strip Mopar motors for them. I turned them down due to past results on doing motors for show car company in SO CA, (Boyd Coddingtons old company) that wouldn't finish the car with the parts they needed to furnish (converter, ignition, rear gears, tranny and some other parts needed to make it really haul the mail on the street) for a custom built Hi Po 1962 Dodge Dart original Max Wedge pump gas car whiney
Show car guys and companies seem to always want to cut corners on making good motors tsk down
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Stu Harmon General Forum
02/06/23 01:54 AM
Originally Posted by Kudakidd
Bring on the SuperBowl. NOW. What B.S.


After all: many live/believe it should be a National Holiday. violin
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Moparts Question and Answer
02/06/23 01:48 AM
Originally Posted by VITC_GTX
Originally Posted by TJP
Found a bit of info on a jeep forum JEEP FORUM

might want to snoop around jeep engine builders and or forums, or find an old MP catalog from that era beer


Thanks for the link and the idea. I had seen that thread but unfortunately it doesn't list compression height. I was going to try and calculate compression with these, without actual measurements (depth in hole, cc heads). I adopted a complete, rebuilt 360 with these pistons (used a bore scope to see part number those spark plug hole). I may just tear the engine apart and measure, probably a good idea anyway since I didn't bolt it together.

iagree beer
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Ebay / Craigslist / Marketplace / WIW
02/06/23 01:46 AM

She's obviously been 'fluffed up' a bit. Is that even the original paint/color? I see a crooked bumper, dented door, missing wipers and wonder if it's hiding any sins.



If it's solid, with no major issues, I like it.


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Moparts Question and Answer
02/06/23 01:42 AM
Originally Posted by moparx
Thank You Sir ! up bow
that puller you linked to looks great ! i will have to fab one of those up, or possibly i can use my "GM to Ford" bolt pattern transfer plate i made way back around 1974 or so, at the start of my machinist career.
i could make a center "adapter plate" for it to be used on keyed axles.
i made this thing to transfer/change bolt patterns on flat mounting surface steel or aluminum wheels. i made several "adapter circles" that centered the wheels, and using the already drilled lug holes to bolt on my adapter, as well as using the center register of the wheel, i could mark and drill the opposing bolt pattern [ford to chevy 4 3/4" or chevy to ford 4 1/2"] to .003 or .004" TIR.
i looked for a picture of that thing, but i can't find it.
anyway, at that time, steel wheels got a 60 degree chamfer/seat to use stock lug nuts, and aluminum wheels got the standard 7/8" mag-style shank lug nut holes.
i was making "10 hole - Ford/Chevy" bolt pattern wheels early on, copying the dual bolt pattern found on real magnesium wheels.

Thank You again for that puller link !
beer


I have the puller without the sledge hammer beater "wing". I have always used an Impact gun with a socket. PM Me if interested as i don't anticipate having a need for it. It's 50 + years old so no chinese junk wink
Snipers comment on leaving it under tension is one I've never tried but a good idea. wink
I've also heard of loosening the nuts a turn or two and driving the car whipping the steering wheel side to side.
They can be stubborn down
China versions are also available on AMZ and elsewahere pretty cheap PULLER LINKY
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Stu Harmon General Forum
02/06/23 01:27 AM
Too bad the spotlight on the ad said the guy lifted a vintage Mustang.
I guess the writer was too young to understand a Cuda is not a Mustang.
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
02/06/23 01:21 AM
I just bought a box of 12 from Amazon. Each says "made in USA" right on the filter.
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Ebay / Craigslist / Marketplace / WIW
02/06/23 12:57 AM
With his tool selection on the shelves, I’m not sure why he can’t complete the car??
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Moparts Question and Answer
02/06/23 12:47 AM
I much prefer copper/ brass but impossible to find anymore
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Moparts B Body
02/06/23 12:45 AM

1965 Plymouth Belvedere 1. Built to cruise, but has been on the race track a few times. Built 440, .030 over, Indy EZ1 Heads, SRP pistons, Eagle rods, A & A Trans. Crossram w/750 Eddlebrock Carbs, 590 Purple Shaft Cam, Harland Sharp rockers.
Estimated 600 HP, 8 3/4 w/391 gear, Mosher Axels, Gary Ball Superstock interior. 727 Trans w/reverse valve body w/Hurst shifter. Disc brakes front, drums rear.

$35,000 firm. Could be interested in a trade for a Notchback Cuda with money my way.

419-360-9844, Temperance, MI
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
02/06/23 12:25 AM
I like the fact that you do your own work thumbs i hoping you get the picture posting down. Looks Good tho.
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Moparts Truck / Vans / Jeep / Willys
02/06/23 12:23 AM
Mopar 53032456AE Bell Crank, this is the part needed to convert manual gas pedal to drive by wire and maintain kick down functionality needed for the 904/727/518 transmissions behind a 3G Hemi.
Fully tested and functional, includes the wiring harness, $125 includes shipping to US
Also have just the sensors for $100, if you don't need the housing.
Genuine Mercedes / Mopar part only available on 2003-2004 5.7 Ram pickups

Here’s a link on how to set-up:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5H6Jt6G5DcA&t=197s&ab_channel=DIYHEMI

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All Other Moparts / AMC
02/06/23 12:21 AM
Mopar 53032456AE Bell Crank, this is the part needed to convert manual gas pedal to drive by wire and maintain kick down functionality needed for the 904/727/518 transmissions behind a 3G Hemi.
Fully tested and functional, includes the wiring harness, $125 includes shipping to US
Also have just the sensors for $100, if you don't need the housing.
Genuine Mercedes / Mopar part only available on 2003-2004 5.7 Ram pickups

Here’s a link on how to set-up:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5H6Jt6G5DcA&t=197s&ab_channel=DIYHEMI

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Moparts A Body
02/06/23 12:20 AM
Mopar 53032456AE Bell Crank, this is the part needed to convert manual gas pedal to drive by wire and maintain kick down functionality needed for the 904/727/518 transmissions behind a 3G Hemi.
Fully tested and functional, includes the wiring harness, $125 includes shipping to US
Also have just the sensors for $100, if you don't need the housing.
Genuine Mercedes / Mopar part only available on 2003-2004 5.7 Ram pickups

Here’s a link on how to set-up:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5H6Jt6G5DcA&t=197s&ab_channel=DIYHEMI

[Linked Image]
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Moparts B Body
02/06/23 12:19 AM
Mopar 53032456AE Bell Crank, this is the part needed to convert manual gas pedal to drive by wire and maintain kick down functionality needed for the 904/727/518 transmissions behind a 3G Hemi.
Fully tested and functional, includes the wiring harness, $125 includes shipping to US
Also have just the sensors for $100, if you don't need the housing.
Genuine Mercedes / Mopar part only available on 2003-2004 5.7 Ram pickups

Here’s a link on how to set-up:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5H6Jt6G5DcA&t=197s&ab_channel=DIYHEMI

[Linked Image]
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Moparts E Body
02/06/23 12:18 AM
Mopar 53032456AE Bell Crank, this is the part needed to convert manual gas pedal to drive by wire and maintain kick down functionality needed for the 904/727/518 transmissions behind a 3G Hemi.
Fully tested and functional, includes the wiring harness, $125 includes shipping to US
Also have just the sensors for $100, if you don't need the housing.
Genuine Mercedes / Mopar part only available on 2003-2004 5.7 Ram pickups

Here’s a link on how to set-up:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5H6Jt6G5DcA&t=197s&ab_channel=DIYHEMI

[Linked Image]
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Moparts B Body
02/06/23 12:10 AM
Looking for alternator core or correct housing Date Code around 6/70

Like new or NOS 70 Charger gas cap trim ring
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