George Rohrbach

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  1. George Rohrbach

    1917 stud. 6 cyl. rear end needed

    Patrick, I have some Studebaker older rear axle set ups, that I have no way to identify. Do you have a way for me to tell if I have what you need? George Rohrbach
  2. Dr Don, I will take a look for you today. I should have one for you. DrGeorge
  3. My friend Bob Belling finished up his six year long restoration, just in time to have his car at the 2018 Greenwich Concours d' Elegance, yesterday. He received the Chief Judge's Award. Many people were interested in hearing about and viewing, this very beautiful and very rare Studebaker. George
  4. George Rohrbach

    Unable to post to a thread

    I forgot tot mention, that I was using Microsoft Edge. I tried using Internet Explorer, and have no problem. I guess my problem is within Edge.
  5. Periodically I am unable to post to an existing thread. For example I can not currently post a reply to Studebaker, Erskine & Rockne: 1931 Studebaker Radiator, either by using Reply to this topic (at top of page) or Reply to this topic...(at bottom of this page). Nothing happens when I click on them. However, other topics work just fine. Any ideas? Thanks, George Rohrbach
  6. George Rohrbach

    Vac tank for 1926 Chry

    I am not a Chrysler guy, and don't know anything about vacuum tanks. But I have been doing some cross referencing on my Studebaker parts. I did find in my Stewart literature that tank for Chrysler 1926 70 is 215-W and H-G 6 cyl is 215-R. I don't know if this helps you out or not. Sorry, I can't provide any further help on this. George Rohrbach
  7. George Rohrbach

    Piston Identification Help ?

    Gary, I have sent them email, thanks for the link. Graham - thanks, if I can't find out from the manufacturer, I'll give it a try. George
  8. I have been doing inventory on some of my parts. Last week was pistons, mostly Commander Big Six. Of course the easy ones were the Studebaker brand. However I do have some after market also. The way I identified those was by measurement - fairly easy. 3.250 and up are 1934 to 1937. 3.3125 and up are 1948-1960, Iron ones are 1942. However, I have a set of 4 Aluminum ones, that mic out to 3.140. Which does not match. I thought the might be Champ, but they are 3 inch, and a .140 over does not seem logical. From what I can find, Rockne STD pistons start out at 3.125. If it was .015 over, that could be a match. Or come up with another idea? I have spent hours checking on the net, and could not find anything. The pistons are marked Silv-0-lite S-115. Just in case anyone has a old Silv-0-Lite catalog. Thanks
  9. George Rohrbach

    Larry Tholen

    Email address sent by private email.
  10. George Rohrbach

    Brake relining

    Jerry, I sent you an email, about the brake lining that I have for your car. It is the old asbestos kind.
  11. George Rohrbach

    Tire Pressure

    Thanks for all the answers!
  12. George Rohrbach

    Tire Pressure

    I have a 2006 Yukon. Factory info says tire pressures should be 32lbs. New tires say MAX 80. What should tire pressure be for normal driving? How about when towing a car trailer? Thanks
  13. George Rohrbach

    1934 commander

    This is one fabulous car! George Rohrbach
  14. 1st Place American Classic Open Car 1932 STUDEBAKER President Model 91 Convertible Sedan!
  15. There is a settlement for a refund for items purchase between 4/8/2011 and 12/15/2016. You might be able to receive 20% to 30% of the "amount saved" on those receipts! George Rohrbach