John Keogh

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  1. Hi Tim Thanks for replying Regards John
  2. I was told that the Spare Tyre Side Mount pictured below suited some of the Late 20's Chrysler Cars. The bolt pattern is the same as the steering box and goes on either the L/H or R/H side depending if the car is L/H or R/H side. Can anyone tell me what Make and Model car it fits? Thanks John
  3. Please see picture below of Spare Tyre Side Mount Post. This i was told fitted a late 1920's to 30's Chrysler car. It bolts onto the chassis i believe using the unused steering box bolt holes depending on if it was left or Ring hand drive. Can anyone tell me what model car it would have fitted? Thanks John
  4. Thanks to everyone for answering my question. I will try and contact him.
  5. Does anybody know if Jay is still dealing in Chrysler parts? Thanks John
  6. Thanks to both of you who took the time to reply to my post it is much appreciated. Narve N if i provided my email address would you be prepared to take a photo of one of the grease caps and send it to me as i would like to see if i can find a set. Regards John K
  7. Hi does anyone know when the Chrysler Series 65 were fitted with wire wheels from new what sort of axle grease caps were fitted. Were they just a plain cap with no Chrysler Emblem or did they have the emblem cast into them? ( the wire wheel had the hub cap with the emblem) If someones does know do they have a picture of what they should look like? Thanks John
  8. Does anyone know where i might be able to obtain a New Engine Timing Chain for the above car. Any help or advice appreciated. Thanks John
  9. Does anyone know where i might be able to obtain a new engine timing chain for my 1922 Hudson Super Six? Any help or advice appreciated. Thanks John
  10. Hi Jon37 Thanks for taking the time to reply. I followed up with Widrick and it looks like they will be able to help me out.
  11. I am currently involved in the full restoration of the above vehicle which is fitted with a "Wet" multi - plate clutch. I really need some help if possible in finding where i can obtain some new springs for the clutch assembly, same as those shown in the photos attached. Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks John
  12. Thanks for taking the time to reply this information will help me.
  13. Please see photo attached. I have had these two front wheel hubs in my shed for a number of years. I think they are off a later 1920's or early 1930's car which had either wire or disc wheels. They have a 13 and 1/2 inch brake drum and the wheel is held on by seven (7) wheel retaining screws. What do they fit? Any help appreciated? Thanks John
  14. Can anybody tell me what the recommended nut torque is for the crankshaft main bearing caps (big and small), the con-rod cap bolts and the cylinder head nuts. Any help appreciated.