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    You bet. Glad it worked since I was just...

    You bet. Glad it worked since I was just guessing.

    Ha. Just kidding. If you look through the history of ATF, Dexron replaced Type A (Hydra-Matic spec) and was supposed to be an improvement. ...
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    This is from the service manual but I have no...

    This is from the service manual but I have no idea if this is it......


    Page 14-3
    ELECTRIC ANTENNA
    OPERATION
    The electric antenna operating switch is located on the instrument panel. To raise...
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    Dexron-III ATF.

    Dexron-III ATF.
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    Tom Lee is a good one. He can also do custom...

    Tom Lee is a good one. He can also do custom builds to whatever ratio or valving (for better road feel) you want.
    http://www.lee-powersteering.com/
  5. I bought a couple things off some ebay vendors...

    I bought a couple things off some ebay vendors who were parting out cars. You can try them:
    Hastings, Inc. 410-641-2525
    RPM Motorsports 507-377-1138
  6. Thread: Timing

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    Timing

    How much timing are you guys with straight eights able to get away with on today's 85-87 octane? More to the point, are you able to set the "gas selector" much advanced past zero?
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    Measure from the front lip of the tank to the...

    Measure from the front lip of the tank to the filler neck. If the '53 matches than it should be good to go. Filler neck location is about the only difference between several manufacturers' tanks of...
  8. Thread: 1949 Fuel Line

    by Steiner
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    You're welcome. Stainless can sometimes take...

    You're welcome. Stainless can sometimes take some force to seal if it's not perfect so I might be inclined to stick with regular just in case. Wouldn't want to risk damaging something.
  9. You bet. For what it's worth, I got the coolant...

    You bet. For what it's worth, I got the coolant gauge working by scavenging the "hot" side coil from the junk gauges and then adjusting the coil positions to calibrate it at 180 degrees with the car...
  10. Thread: 1949 Fuel Line

    by Steiner
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    Inline Tube makes some. Don't know how they...

    Inline Tube makes some. Don't know how they compare to original though. They do a good job on muscle car stuff, I know that. ...
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    Black, blue, or white?

    Black, blue, or white?
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    Thanks, I'll look them up. Tried a couple of...

    Thanks, I'll look them up. Tried a couple of ebayers who were parting out cars and came up busted. Last resort is just use a piston stop and make my own. Also I went ahead and pulled the points...
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    You bet. I've got a couple '69 Camaros also and...

    You bet. I've got a couple '69 Camaros also and am on Team Camaro all the time so it's a little different coming from a forum with a thousand posts a day to one where the first page has two year old...
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    Never mind. Got it figured out. The problem was...

    Never mind. Got it figured out. The problem was moving to a new project after working on something else and being on auto pilot with a short circuit. Yep, had been troubleshooting the bad charging...
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    Tanks, Inc. fuel tank

    Wanted to let anyone interested know that Tanks, Inc has a good replacement fuel tank and sending unit if yours is on its last leg. My fuel gauge was wonky and after troubleshooting I narrowed it...
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    Since you've got it apart, take a look at the...

    Since you've got it apart, take a look at the Scarebird disc kit. It's $165 for the brackets and then another $200-$300 (if using new parts) to fit C1500 rotors on the front. I've got everything...
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    You can also try calling these guys with your...

    You can also try calling these guys with your info. Their kits are hand made and they can do custom....
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    Rock Auto shows rear center part number:...

    Rock Auto shows rear center part number:
    Raybestos BH13841
    Length - 17-15/16"
    Includes 1 bolt, 2 washers and nuts

    They show part Dorman H4497 application as rear left and right hoses.
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    Question on '49 Eight points gap and dwell.

    I recently purchased a '49 Chieftain business coupe with rebuilt original 8 and what appears to be original distributor body. Unfortunately the timing tab appears to be MIA.

    Anyway, the car...
  20. I'm way late to the party but oh well. I...

    I'm way late to the party but oh well. I recently bought a '49 with the 12V conversion halfway done.

    Some say to rewire the starter but I think that as long as you're not having excess cranking...
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