DCE

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  1. I have not had any response. I would certainly appreciate any measurement you can provide. Thanks so much! Dale
  2. Does anyone have any literature from the Omaha Top Company? Apparently, they were one of the suppliers for the touring and roadster tops for the Dodge Brothers vehicles. I am trying to research the correct measurements for a 15 touring. Thanks so much!✔️
  3. I am looking for information to confirm the correct measurements for a 1915 Dodge Brothers Touring car top bows. Assuming bow # 1 is nearest to the windshield, #2 second from the windshield, #3 third from the windshield, #4 fourth from the windshield. Radius in inches Internal dimension in inches Bow #1 Bow #2 Bow #3 Bow #4 I purchased a set of 4 steam bent bows that are the below dimensions. Radius in inches Internal dimension in inches Bow # ? 6” 57” Bow # ? 6” 56” Bow # ? 6” 56” Bow # ? 8” 56” I look forward to all comments and information. Thanks so much in advance! Dale
  4. Thanks so much Bob. I appreciate the lead! Dale
  5. I am looking to purchase a brake light switch for a 1929 Dodge Brothers Victory 6. If you happen to have one you would like to part with please contact me. Thanks so much! Dale
  6. I believe the bolt is either 1/2" or 9/16", fine thread, 18 threads per inch. I am not certain of the grade. They are original wheel lug bolts that appear to be in excellent condition. Your link provides great information. Thanks so much! Based on your link it appears 122 to 172 would be acceptable. I prefer to yield to caution and possibly torque to a max of 90, as suggested, and check them regularly.
  7. Thanks for the comments. Keiser, they are similar to the photos you show. Do you feel 90 lbs would be reasonable as Zeke suggested?
  8. Does anyone know the correct torque to apply to the Dodge Brothers Vixtory 6 wire wheel lug nuts. I cannot seem to find a spec. anywhere. Thanks in advance. Dale
  9. Thanks for your suggestions I appreciate it.
  10. I am looking to purchase or rent an Ammco brake gauge model #1750. If you have one you would be interested in parting with please let me know. Thanks so much. Dale dcemmett@telus.net 403-740-9173
  11. I am looking to purchase or rent an Ammco brake gauge model #1750. If you have one you would be interested in parting with please let me know. Thanks so much. Dale dcemmett@telus.net 403-740-9173
  12. I am looking to purchase an Ammco brake gauge model #1750. If you have one you would be interested in parting with please let me know. Thanks so much. Dale dcemmett@telus.net 403-740-9173
  13. Quote from above: "I know what my father in law would have done. He would have added 'rad weld' or 'Bars leaks' to the coolant and stopped up any leaks from inside. The problem with that stuff is it can block up your radiator and that is something I am not prepared to risk." Hello Ray, I was advised by a technician/mechanic who worked in the Harrah's restoration shop for many years that they would always by pass the radiator during the process of using a block sealer. He also indicated that sodium silicate provided excellent results. As well, youtube has some wonderful video on metal stitching. Searching "lock n stitch" on youtube will list a number of very informative videos. Best of luck on your repair. DCE