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04/20/19 05:54 PM

Out in Cali too so should dry too.
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Moparts Truck , Jeep & 4X4 Forum
04/20/19 05:54 PM
Originally Posted by volaredon
Ive made so many brake lines it aint funny. Piece of cake, not something I would worry about reusing/ transferring from old rear end to new.

Or paying for a pre-bent unit.
I have to agree here.
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Moparts Truck , Jeep & 4X4 Forum
04/20/19 05:44 PM
Originally Posted by moparmarks
Originally Posted by bboogieart

I hope these are right, as I bought a set of those as well as ram horn manifolds and a water pump to put a big block in my '78.

If 2wd yes

Yes it is and thanx up
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Member Projects & Survivor Pictures
04/20/19 05:39 PM
Originally Posted by crlush
Man that car looks bad ass!

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Ebay / Craigslist / Racingjunk / WIW
04/20/19 05:25 PM
Originally Posted by Satilite73
Some idiot tried to remove the gas tank and bent the bottom of the quarter to drop it straight down. You have to drop the leaf spring and move it forward to come out through the wheel well.

I know that pain all too well having had to pull the tank on my wagon. For me, the added bonus was that my wagon took a light hit, just enough to pinch the tank, on the drivers quarter.

They did better in 62 than 70,remove shield behind left rear wheel and tank comes right out and you can't see anything from outside !! shruggy
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Moparts Question and Answer
04/20/19 05:08 PM
How close to the correct finish are you?

Who the hell knows ... without the tool to measure RA its a guess. BUT I did watch a video about head gaskets and deck finishes and I don't think its smooth enough. Even the machine shop says its not smooth enough for MLS gaskets.
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Moparts Truck , Jeep & 4X4 Forum
04/20/19 04:35 PM
I have 99 3500 read where someone made a kit to change from a 5 speed to a 6 speed with every thing. Trans. Clutch. Fly wheel. Mount etc anyone have any info. Thanks
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Moparts Question and Answer
04/20/19 04:28 PM
I ran a '66 housing in my M for a number of years. The first install I just pushed the springs outwards and kept the ISO rubber sandwich mounting for the rear. The only fabrication involved with this method was drilling out the spring pads on the axle with a 1 9/16" hole saw to accommodate the centering pin. I never liked this as you could actually see springs bowed outward from the rear of the car. Did this hurt anything? Probably not, ran the car like that for ten years.

Eventually I decided to do away with the ISO setup and mount the axle directly to the springs. Used B body shock plates and had normal B body spring perches welded to the axle further apart so I didn't have to kick the springs out. Changed the locating pins in the springs and if you plan on running a factory rear sway bar you'll need the mounting plates from Firm Feel. Those go between the axle and spring.

From what I understand there is no difference in the wheel wells from your 78 wagon vs my 87 sedan. With the '66 housing I was able to run a 27" tall 285 mounted on a 9" rim with 5" of backspace. It would rub a little on the inside of the wheel well in the front under hard turns.
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Moparts General
04/20/19 03:44 PM
My only comment from experience is that the absolute quietest, and best performing dishwashers are Bosch.
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Ebay / Craigslist / Racingjunk / WIW
04/20/19 03:33 PM
Originally Posted by Hugh Jorgan
Gas Monkey Richard Rawlings inspired custom..... realcrazy

"stupid a$$monkey" [sue the upholsterer] biggrin
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Moparts Question and Answer
04/20/19 02:39 PM
Quick update. I got a new sender (Airtex/Wells) and we are good. Oil gauge reads 7/8ths to the top while cold and just below middle when hot. thumbs
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Moparts Question and Answer
04/20/19 02:19 PM
Thank you very much for the photos and info!!

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Moparts Question and Answer
04/20/19 01:46 PM
If you eliminate that valve for an adjustable valve you will loose your "redundancy" in the brake system. Kinda voids the fact you have a dual master.
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Moparts Wheels / Tires
04/20/19 12:48 PM
I’m looking for a set of front (15x4-5in) and rear (15x8in 4-4.5”BS) 5x4.5 bolt pattern aluminum slots. They’re going on a patina 71 Duster so I’m not looking for show quality look or price. Pairs of ether size, possibly even singles considered too.
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Moparts Question and Answer
04/20/19 09:22 AM
Originally Posted by dogdays
I buy my Spectra Premium tanks on ebay. The company name is Spectra Premium. They do not have separate lines of tanks like a cheap line and a premium line.

Well then AMD is selling a Spectra Tank that is a lot cheaper. It may not be made by Spectra, idk. I read between the lines and it is raw steel and not coated like the Spectra Premium I found st Summit. I’ll check eBay but I could not find one the first time. I think the customer decided on a stainless one I found at vans on eBay. Thanks for the input.
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Ebay / Craigslist / Racingjunk / WIW
04/20/19 08:00 AM
Originally Posted by Morty426
Originally Posted by chargervert
But what is under the shiney lime paint? You live in California,so clean rust free cars are a common sight for you,if you have ever seen the rust buckets that we deal with here,then you would understand my appreciation of western cars.

The lime color car is here in Nor Cal. Runs and drives.

I've been to Carlisle many times and I have seen some of the nightmares.

I also bought a U code 70 Challenger R/T automatic, Super High Performance axle package car that came from NY. Decklid would CRACKLE when you opened it.

I have bought cars that the decklid and its understructure were two separate pieces,and you could see right through both to the ground!
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Moparts Question and Answer
04/20/19 07:56 AM
The AMD floor pan fits well,and since the cars are indeed unitized construction,you want to get the sturdiest part possible. The AMD floor pan is made of heavier guage metal than the others on the market,for the difference in price,it is worth it to have a stronger piece.
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
04/20/19 07:07 AM
Originally Posted by BradH
Two related questions:
1. Does anyone sell (or can make?) offset cylinder head dowels for BB Mopars? I think for BBs they're only .250" OD, and the smallest offset dowels I see listed anywhere are ~ .310" for SBM / SBC.

2. What is the recommended minimum radial valve clearance (clearance between edge of valve and valve relief in piston)?


found this in the archives from dec 2015
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
04/20/19 06:31 AM
Originally Posted by MR_P_BODY
FYI.. that welding process is called spray transfer.. I was taught that
back when I was in welding school .. its how you set up the machine
but you run it hot
. This isn't quite the same mr P, they introduce powdered metal into a plasma stream that transfers to the grounded part if I'm not mistaken. I'd bet it would work fine.
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
04/20/19 04:59 AM
Question what are you guys running for intake elbows and throttle bodied on a single 4500 intake with turbo or Procharger?
Hoping to build around 2000hp with a Gen 2 Hemi

Thanks for any and all info
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Moparts General
04/20/19 03:40 AM
Originally Posted by TIMBO
Thanks this is new for me! But thought I would share some info about the car.

Hi TIMBO, sorry I missed your posts in this thread and overlooked your PM to me until just a few minutes ago. I replied and then went to the thread and saw your posts. THANKS for joining and welcome to Moparts up and thanks for posting info on the Yeakel SS Plymouth. If you need help with posting a photo or two just ask wink smile

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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
04/20/19 03:34 AM
thank you. i sure hope so.
Originally Posted by Bad340fish
Originally Posted by mopar_man619

Nice Work! That looks like it is going to be fun.

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Moparts Engines
04/20/19 03:31 AM
1966 and early 1967 426 HEMI 2X4 inline intake manifold in excellent used condition $600.00 (708)288-2879 Scott
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Moparts B Body
04/20/19 01:06 AM
Wanted, a Kelsey Hayes proportioning valve pt # 89410 MUST BE in excellent working condition.please PM or email me with what you have along with pricing and location thanks, Jeff
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Moparts General
04/20/19 01:02 AM
Originally Posted by HotRodDave
also they add in some panels to cover the bare floor and such so it is not even as much as pulling seats from a regular car, plus add in a driver and a little fuel and it is going to be 4400LBS unless you have a horse jockey driving it almost out of gas.

I was 118.6 dripping wet out the shower last night.
Am 125-126 dressed Can I Drive?
Cancer was not kind. But full remission. I was 132-135 before.
Maybe I can get a job making Fat Guy's cars to go faster
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