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  1. db17

    1918 DB Touring tires

    Maybe this will show it a bit better, Hope it helps!!!
  2. I have a Dodge Standard Six, but a 1929, J number on the frame and motor. Mechanical brakes, Monroe shocks. Looks like original color was Blue. Has the chrome lights and trim on the cowl. Wooden wheels. Carburetor and distributor both falling apart.
  3. Hi Greeder, I have a 1929 Dodge distributor for sale. It came from my Standard Six Sedan flat head six. I got it from Myers i.e. Australia. I payed $400 for the bowl and another $100 and something for the double points, and $75 for the cap. I took my old crumpled up distributor and put together a new rebuilt one. I'd like to get what I payed but if you can come close I'll let you have it if your interested. estev1917@gmail.com
  4. I have several parts for sale that will work on Dodge Flat head Six. head, rear axle, front axle. brakes drums and back plates. Wooden wheels set, wooden spokes, drums, metal tire rings with lug nuts, $700
  5. I have set of 1929 Monroe shocks for sale. $150, All need seals but are free moving. These were used during the change from Dodge Brothers to Chrysler. estev1917@gmail.com .
  6. Have four wooden wheels, 2 front 2 rear for a 1929 Dodge Brothers Sedan Excellent shape, solid wood, no rust, drums still in good shape, already cleaned and painted, new bearings installed.. . $1100 plus shipping, estev1917@gmail.com .
  7. 1929 Distributor, new bowl and new double points. Aluminium, newly manufactured for flat head Six, . $500, estev1917@gmail.com .
  8. db17

    SOLD -OX-2 Carburetor,

    For sale professional rebuilt OX-2 Carburetor for Dodge, Plymouth, Flat head Six. Purchased but will not be using it. $700. estev1917@gmail.com
  9. db17

    1917 DB, need Trans. part

    Thanks Bob for answering my plea.
  10. db17

    Wanted 1917 DB transmission clip

    Thanks Bob, Received the clips, your a life saver. Thanks for going out of your way to help. DB17
  11. Hello Gentlemen, Again I find myself needing help from our club members. To finish my transmission build I need the two clipsthat hold the thru-out -bearing in place. A club member has provided me with some clips but were for a later model and will not work. I have provided a picture, (see below part number B-11424 and Part # B-6024). Later model transmissions use a 45% hole for the set screws while earlier models use a 90 angle. Thank You! Any help will be appreciated!! Attached Thumbnails
  12. Hello Gentlemen, Again I find myself needing help from our club members. To finish my transmission build I need the two clips that hold the thru-out -bearing in place. A club member has provided me with some clips but were for a later model and will not work. I have provided a picture, (see below part number B-11424 and Part # B-6024). Later model transmissions use a 45% hole for the set screws while earlier models use a 90 angle. Thank You! Any help will be appreciated!!
  13. db17

    1917 Transmission Question

    Thanks for your reply. I have had a response from the sealer. That my question has been answered. Steve
  14. db17

    1920's Dodge Brothers Transmission?

    Hello, Gentlemen, Since we are on the topic of transmissions. Can anyone tell me if the guts of a 23 Dodge trans fit a 1917 Dodge trans? I eed to find replacement gears for my 1917. Thanks Steve!!
  15. Hello everyone, I am in the middle of rebuilding my 1917 Dodge Touring car Trans. Some of my gears need to be replace due to damage to the gears teeth. Can anyone tell me if 1923 trans gears are inter-changeable with a 1917 trans? There are some gears on ebay for sale, which end in 19 hours. If they will work I would like to bid on them. I'm in need of the "Countershaft drive gear". I noticed the DB parts book has this gear listed with two part numbers, 16107 and 24247. Maybe someone can clarify the difference between the two. Thank You!! Steve