John Keogh

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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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.
  4. 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
  5. Thanks for taking the time to reply this information will help me.
  6. 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
  7. 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.
  8. Need help and information on the above Shock Absorber as below. 1/ What type and grade of oil works best in these? 2/ To what level should they be filled? Any advice and help appreciated. Regards John
  9. OK thanks for your reply. I will remove my steering wheel this coming week and see if yours are the same in that area, if so i will be interested.
  10. 1930 Chrysler Series 66 steering wheel mounted "Throttle Control and Light Switch Levers". Does anyone know where i can get my hands on a set of these? Cheers
  11. Front and rear 14 inch x 6 bolt/lug brake drums/hubs. Thanks John
  12. I am in Qld Australia and may have some of the parts you need. How about posting a telephone number or email address and i will get in contact.
  13. I am looking for front axle and rear axle wire wheel brake drums for my Chrysler 65 Roadster. These are 14inch in diameter by 6 lug i do believe. Any advice or assistance would be appreciated. Thanks John
  14. Hi Thanks for taking the time to reply much appreciated. If the rolling chassis has wood spoke wheels it will not have the type of brake drums i am looking for. I am after the 6 lug (or bolt) brake drums that allow a wire or disc wheel to be fitted to the vehicle (wire wheel and wood spoke wheels require different brake drums) Thanks again John
  15. Hi Vince Thanks for taking the time to reply. I am OK for the axle shafts at this stage as i have a spare set. Regards John
  16. I require 2 of 14 inch x 6 lug brake drums to complete a restoration. Thanks John
  17. Hi thanks for your reply much appreciated. When you get time i would appreciate it if you could take some measurements as i am sure i could make them it is just that i want to get as near as possible to original in appearance. Cheers John
  18. Does anyone have set of rumble seat lid hinges that they would sell or the drawings to make them. Any help appreciated. Thanks John
  19. Does anyone have any pictures or drawings of what the timber/wood work frame should look like in the back section (under back seat and tub section) I am restoring one of these and the back section was missing when i found the car. I would like to make it as original as possible. Thanks John
  20. I am chasing these brake drums for the restoration of my 1929 "65" roadster. They need to be the type that take wire and disc wheels. I do hope someone out there can help me find a set?