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Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... #23394
09/08/06 03:00 PM
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The rubber tips used on rear package trays of hatchback Omni's, Shadows, etc. are the same as the tips used on 60s/70s mopar sunvisors.

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... #23395
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From member RV2. I don't know how this ever worked out, but I just saw one of these truck mounts in a yard the other day..

LA SB to slant 6 K-frame using a truck/van mount

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: dustergirl340] #23396
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The air in the tires of a 71 Fury is the same exact type that was used in a 71 Hemi Cuda convertible.




Maybe I should bottle up some genuine "Detroit Air" and sell it on Ebay for the numbers matching paint dab resto guys. Almost as good as NOS air!







My dad has a 80gal compressor in his garage, that last ran in 1970. It still has lots of air in it. You paint daub guys here this??

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: 65Frank] #23397
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Turn signal switch and canceling cam from up to 1976 Dodge Vans will work in a 65' Coronet Steering column.




With no modification? Do you know the Part number? Would like to try that at a dealer.





Dealer? just go to autozone and pick one up in the aisle with all the "HELP!" parts in it. My dad's picked up 2 or 3 of them for his 74 Dodge van a few times. they're like $3 a piece.

He also picked up a package of the wiper arm pivot bushings brand new in the same isle I believe the package was marked "Wiper arm pivot bushings. Chrysler 1974-Present" or something to that effect.


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Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: 70Cuda383] #23398
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'90s Imperial window motors work perfectly in '64-'66 Imperials. The later motor is in a bunch of other Mopars that I forget. Late '80s trucks, I think.

The 1972-1978 400 or 440 cubed motor in any Dodge truck has a pair of manifolds that fit the 1961-1966 Imperials (tip courtesy Rodger & Gabby in Colo. Springs)


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Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: davidcwhitney] #23399
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This extremly rare roll of duct tape I found and used in my Dodge Daytona also worked on my old Mopars as well....




P.S. it's not for sale

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Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: MrFoFody] #23400
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I have found that lots of money can go into any Mopar.

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: CrAzYMoPaRGuY] #23401
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Small bolt pattern Rallyes will fit any newer front wheel drive Mopar w/14" tires. 15's are the same for the 4.5" bolt pattern.

I have SBP Rallyes on my 98 Grand Caravan


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Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: CrAzYMoPaRGuY] #23402
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to keep the thread from dieing...

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: 57Plymouth] #23403
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The glove box lock on a 72 to 80 truck will fit the console of an E-body.



Good to know. Thanx!!
Also (I think it was coverd already, but) dome lens from my 74 b100 also fits (at least) 74 e bodies

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: Scott Carl] #23404
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The 8 3/4 rearend housing out of an E-body will bolt into a 63 Dodge 880 with no modification!

My neighbor was trying to get the drums off the axles and I convinced him it was easier/cheaper to put in the E-body housing.

Radio's were interchangeable for years and years. My buddy had a later model (caravan?) radio in his '75 Dodge shortbed and dad had an AM/FM out of a '79 TC3 in his '75 Dodge pickup.

'71 E-body console button/lock is the same as a '63 Dodge 330 glove box door button/lock.

5 on 4 1/2 boltpattern wheels will interchange with Buick, Toyota trucks, some Nissans.. Dad ran 14x6 ralleye's off of my Duster on his Toyota pickup for years.

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: Scott Carl] #23405
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Fun old topic.

I didn't see this one...

'65 C-body big block left motor mount and bracket are the same as '67-9 A-body big block.

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: Barnabas_Kriss] #23406
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71-74 B or E-body mirror heads are the same as those used on 75-79 Cordoba/Aspen/Volare/etc. (The bases are different.)




same CUP shape but won't fit... the recesed area on cup to fit the pedestal won't meet the shape. Laters are squared shape

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: NicksGarage] #23407
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I've had GM bullet mirrors on my A-body for about 4 years now and no one has ever noticed the difference. They are dirt cheap, used on about all of the 70's GM stuff, and you can get replacement parts for them...

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: Junky] #23408
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Turn signal switch and canceling cam from up to 1976 Dodge Vans will work in a 65' Coronet Steering column.




With no modification? Do you know the Part number? Would like to try that at a dealer.




Me three!




what about the hazzard button, being on column since 70 ?

I can't recall really where is on Vans/trucks

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... #23409
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5 on 4 1/2 boltpattern wheels will interchange with Buick, Toyota trucks, some Nissans.. Dad ran 14x6 ralleye's off of my Duster on his Toyota pickup for years.




and Mercedes

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: dustergirl340] #23410
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Nice! A lot cheaper than a '70.

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: Intense RT Dan] #23411
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Voltage regulator off a carbed 80's fwd mopar will fit my 74 satellite perfect. Grabbed a good chrome one off a 84 shelby charger I parted.

V-belt alternators will swap from the early 80's fwd's, but they're not terribly high output IIRC.

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wanna say it was a 93ish conversion van... its arm rests were damn near spot on to the ones in mine and my dads car

Re: Weird MoPar interchangability..... [Re: GoodysGotaCuda] #23413
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convertible top mechanisms and windshield/ windshield moldings are the same on 66-70 B body verts.
B body 8 3/4's will pratically bolt in an A body
front clips from pratically any A body will bolt on to any A body
2 speed wiper motors are pretty much all the same


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