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    1932 Chevy clutch squeeling question. Please help!

    Thank you for your advice. Yesterday I did takeoff that inspection cover and discovered that indeed there was a little flip up cover where you can put in oil. So I did. The next day after I let the oil sit in there overnight I started the car in about 60% of the noise went away . This morning I went out there and started it again and now I would say 85% of the noise went away, so apparently it worked. Thank you everyone for your detailed comments and helping a fellow car collector out. Tom
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    1932 Chevy clutch squeeling question. Please help!

    Thanks. Now I'll see if I can get to it without having to take it out. Much appreciated.
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    1932 Chevy clutch squeeling question. Please help!

    Yes carbon block type release bearing.
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    1932 Chevy clutch squeeling question. Please help!

    The only places I could find to put oil are the 1/2" plug in the first photo located in the center of the photo just under that arm; and, where the blue piece of tape with the arrow drawn on it is. I started the car and it still whines when you push in the clutch. And the faster you rev the engine with the clutch in, the faster the whine gets. I am missing something here? How do you lubricate the thing that making the squeal without pulling the trani out?
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    1932 Chevy clutch squeeling question. Please help!

    Thanks for the advice. I'll try adding some oil as you suggested. No, it's not the 'ball type', but rather a disc looking thing with a hole in the center with an insert in the donut that looks to be made of something that's not metal, but rather some composite material.
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    1932 Chevrolet Confederate clutch question??

    As I said, I did not lube it at all before installing it. Should I take it back out and coat it with grease or soak it in oil or what?
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    1937 Imperial Airflow COUPE for Sale.

    Yes I know of the car that’s coming up for auction this weekend and in fact my car is number to 1217 and the one up for auction is 1216. Which means they were made the same day and right next to each other. However I can also tell you that I have looked at the photos of the car up for auction and it is nowhere near the condition as mine and that’s probably why the estimate is low.
  8. Here's a link to my '37 'big 8 cylinder' with overdrive, all stock Airflow Coupe time capsule. Hemmings ad: https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/chrysler/airflow/2174852.html tom griffith/madison wisconsin 608-212-8774 lincoln1955@msn.com
  9. Here's a link to my Hemmings ad for the most beautiful 30's Packard Super Eight with newly installed Overdrive you will ever drive. tom griffith/madison wisconsin lincoln1955@msn.com 608-212-8774 The car was just invited to be displayed at the Amelia Island Concours in March. I'm holding off on filling in the paperwork until I know who the new owner will be. https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/packard/super-8/2169654.html Trades considered.
  10. I installed an NOS throw-out bearing in my '32 Chevy Confederate. Every time I push in the clutch it squeals like a pig. Was I supposed to soak that bearing in oil or something before I installed it? Or is it something else? Thanks. tom griffith/wisconsin
  11. I installed an NOS throwout bearing in my '32 Chevy Confederate. Every time I push in the clutch it squeals like a pig. Was I supposed to soak that bearing in oil or something before I installed it? Or is it something else? Thanks. tom griffith/wisconsin
  12. Thank you for your comments and sticking up for me. I have to apologize for being ignorant on the specific year is that the three window coupe‘s were offered but for people to get all bent out of shape and request that my post be removed need to get a life.
  13. WANTED> '41 DeSoto Coupe. '48 Chrysler New Yorker Coupe, '41 - '47 Chrysler Coupe[any model] Stock 3 window coupe with its original motor. No hot rods of modified cars. tom griffith/madison wisconsin 608-212-8774 lincoln1955@msn.com
  14. WANTED> '41 DeSoto Coupe. '48 Chrysler New Yorker Coupe, '41 - '47 Chrysler Coupe[any model] Stock 3 window coupe with its original motor. No hot rods of modified cars. tom griffith/madison wisconsin 608-212-8774 lincoln1955@msn.com
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    Desoto and Chrysler Coupes WANTED.

    WANTED: '41 DeSoto Coupe, '48 Chrysler New Yorker Coupe, '41 - '47 Chrysler Coupe[any model] Stock 3 window coupe with its original motor. No hot rods of modified cars. tom griffith/madison wisconsin 608-212-8774 lincoln1955@msn.com