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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
04/18/19 10:01 PM
BTDT. Just remember when it's time to weld them in, those things are plated. Don't breathe the fumes! Those used to hang on the rack at every parts store and I can't imagine why.
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Ebay / Craigslist / Racingjunk / WIW
04/18/19 09:46 PM
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Moparts A Body
04/18/19 09:31 PM
NOS 62 Dart Headlight Surround. Has some slight shelf ware, otherwise excellent. $65 plus shipping.
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Moparts Question and Answer
04/18/19 09:17 PM
Originally Posted by FurryStump
The 742 case has shims for the pinion preload so you can just make sure the pinion is torqued to spec. Like stated above if the noise is not increasing than it is probably not eating itself and you could go crazy attempting to get rid if the noise. Some just make noise.

I did a lot of ring and pinions back in the day for whining. I think Mopar stamped those things out with an axe.
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Moparts General
04/18/19 09:14 PM
Originally Posted by Devil
Wow awesome finds! How'd you uncover them?

Close to home,couldn't miss them !
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04/18/19 09:03 PM

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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
04/18/19 08:59 PM
Got it . Thanks
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Moparts B Body
04/18/19 08:55 PM
1967 Plymouth Belvedere. Professionally built by Z’s Custom Cars. Rotisserie restoration. 1969 model year 440 engine and 727 Torqueflight transmission. It has a couple of years of gentle enjoyment. Car is not perfect, but really pretty nice. Runs and drives great, really turns heads everywhere it goes. $21.500 Call Eric 417-235-6693 Southwest Missouri.
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Ebay / Craigslist / Racingjunk / WIW
04/18/19 08:51 PM
Why can't people hold their phone horizontally when taking a video...
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Moparts Truck , Jeep & 4X4 Forum
04/18/19 08:34 PM
I'd say gap them at .045 and go.
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Moparts Hot Deals & New Products
04/18/19 07:52 PM
Great to hear that some Mopar people will be there! up
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Ebay / Craigslist / Racingjunk / WIW
04/18/19 07:28 PM
Originally Posted by spk2go
Why do so many 1971 Road Runner have the wrong shifter? I keep seeing more bench seat pistol grip shifters in bucket seat cars.

It could be ordered that way without the buddy seat.

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Ebay / Craigslist / Racingjunk / WIW
04/18/19 07:26 PM
Originally Posted by not_a_charger
Very nice car. Which one is a better deal? This, or the black 440/6 4 speed 71 also posted here?

The TB3 car is the better car, real airgrabber car.

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Moparts Restoration & A12 Forum
04/18/19 07:13 PM
Originally Posted by Neil
PPG makes a metal wash that can be used on bare steel to help seal the metal.

This DX579 Wash with Hot Water, Then wipe with Lacquer thinner or Paint Prep Solvent
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Moparts Question and Answer
04/18/19 07:05 PM
They are on clearance so they may not have them for llong
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Moparts Question and Answer
04/18/19 07:05 PM
me too, thank God for spell check
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Moparts Question and Answer
04/18/19 06:40 PM
I’ve bought a lot from them through eBay. Always the best price and extremely quick shipping. A very professional vendor.
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Moparts General
04/18/19 06:35 PM
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.
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Moparts General
04/18/19 06:17 PM
Originally Posted by jcc
“This will prove TNT in boosting morale, not only at home, but especially in China and Russia,” said Pennsylvania Rep. John Buell Snyder, chairman of the House Appropriations subcommittee on war expenditures."

And the takes the cover off the real goal.

Sen. D. Worth Clark of Idaho also lauded the mission, saying, “This is the only way we are going to win the war — start right in bombing them at home.”

Which proved to be wrong, putting aside the two nukes.

Well it did, so who was wrong?
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Moparts General
04/18/19 05:50 PM
ocean city may16th.
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Transmission and Differential
04/18/19 05:40 PM
Reconditioned 1968 23 spline B-body A833. 2453 build date 4/15/68...Excellent shape inside and out. Comes with shifter mount. Pick up at 16602 preferred but can ship via Fastenal or possibly deliver to Mopar Carlisle. Asking $1,300 Obo PM if interested. Thank you.
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Moparts Truck / Vans / Jeep / Willys
04/18/19 04:59 PM
Ramcharger seat sliders, driver side . Solid. Off a `75

40 + shipping from 93433

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04/18/19 04:37 PM
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Moparts Question and Answer
04/18/19 04:28 PM
Talk with Bob at Glen-Ray Radiator and he will tell you. I know for sure that the original radiators have 1/2" tubes.
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
04/18/19 03:51 PM
Originally Posted by BradH
Originally Posted by sgcuda
Originally Posted by BradH
They're sweet, but you're not going to get one of those for $800, either.

Brad, I've seen some of the jewelry that you've built. You, of all people, know that you get what you pay for.

No argument on that point. However, I've wondered how good a carb I could build on the cheap, too. It doesn't have to look fancy to be effective.

A production type carb can be very cheap since the engineers figured out what all the hole sizes need to be. It is the adjust ability that costs money. I've looked at the Dominator in question and it would probably work just fine as long as your engine is in the sweet spot of what it is designed for. The Holley engineers took out some of the features but it looks like they left most of the adjustments. I'm sure that carb would work just fine on most bracket engines but I doubt you'll see them on any Comp Eliminator cars.

I was helping dyno test a 540 inch BB Ford the other day and one thing we did was try some different Dominator carbs. The carbs were all over the place in terms of power and power curves even if the AFR was all the same. Just totally different flow characteristics. I don't think the average guy has a fighting chance of figuring this stuff out since most folks just can't afford to haul a trunk load of carbs to the dyno and sit there for two days flogging carbs. But I don't know of any other way to see the differences. The best Dominator I've ever seen on the dyno is a 80902 right out of the box. If anyone ever asks me for a Dominator recommendation that is what I tell them to buy. 80902 in whatever color you want. Take it out of the box and bolt it on. Not that it is a huge difference from other carbs but a 80902 will usually make 10 to 20 hp more than any older style Dominator. That may or may not be worth it, just depends on what a person is trying to do with their car.
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