RichBad

1927/28 Dodge Brothers series 128/129 Tourer

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14 minutes ago, RichBad said:

That's a big screen - what's the purpose of the metal shield around the outside of the screen - does it help stop oil surge?

Don't really know. The Olds pan is flat across the middle (where the screen/pump is) and then angles up on both ends. There are two baffles where the pan angles up on the inside with openings at each corner for oil flow. Don't really think there would be much surge from front to back movement but maybe from the crank rotation the shield prevents the crank from splashing or surging the oil away from the pump/screen and starving it. I'll ask my machine shop for his opinion. He's been doing these old motors for years and probably has an idea why it's there. He did comment on both the size of the pickup and the pump itself. He is impressed with the engineering on this block for the era. 

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i took some pichers man the bottom side of my doge is dirty sorry but i could open the hood and take pitchers from top to hope that  help s kyle tomarow

i could open hood and get closer i crawled under passenger side to take this 1929 doge brothers i finished this car when i was 14 years old  my grand paw owned a junk yard

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i took some pitchers man the bottom side of my doge is dirty sorry but i could open the hood and take pitchers from top to hope that  help s kyle tomarow

i could open hood and get closer i crawled under passenger side to take this 1929 doge brothers i finished this car when i was 14 years old  my grand paw owned a junk yard

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21 hours ago, sligermachine said:

man i need to clean this car up  is your door handels like this 

Thanks!  Mine is a tourer and the door handles are quite different.

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Sumpback from Galvanisers, came up pretty good.  Had to remove the inner oil tray and drain tube from the rear (they were not plated originally) otherwise it was easier than expected!

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Steering box.  Modified with roller bearings on the sector shaft and modern oil seals on the input, sector shaft lower end.  Cleaned up the sector shaft teeth to remove play and provide even contact - took about 10 hours of grinding, polishing assembly and disassembly to get it just right.  Filled with semi fluid grease.

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Water pump done.  Drain tap broke but there were a few threads left so hopefully enough to keep it there.

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