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About STUDE48

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  1. Posted in parts for sale is a 1936 dodge car instrument cluster, 175 plus the ride
  2. I have an nice original instrument panel. It is missing the water temp gauge, got junk drunk and bought it by mistake. Just looking to get my money back, $175 plus the ride.
  3. Same bevel gear used through 1928 GB commander engines as well a big and special six, they are reproduced in brass instead of pot metal. They are about $95. Inquire on the studebaker forum. If memory serves me rbk has them.
  4. These connect the lamp socket in the reflector to the socket in the headlamp stanchion
  5. Sounds silly but a 37 ce is a 6v positive ground system. I have worked a few cars that cranked normally but didn't start, do the the fact that with the battery hooked up negative ground. Which is conventional after 1956 in American cars. The engine was rotating in a reverse rotation. Which causes a no start condition do to timing and reverse cam rotation.
  6. Is there any interest in new manufacturer head lamp harnesses for 1916 to 1918 series studebakers. I just made a pair for a 1917. Can make more
  7. I have a motor's manual of the era, it didn't cover the 906 c.i.d. v12, it covers transmission and brakes. Thanks
  8. Put a little oil in each cylinder crank it over sounds like you have either dry or worn rings. On my 20 special six I had weak valve springs, the valves were really slow to close from sitting, also they are only lubricated by the fuel mixture passing through them the stems were very gummy and dry from extended sitting pull the side cover and have someone turn the crank and watch the valves open and close. Spray a little spray oil on the stems and retest. I have 75 lbs on my 20 with the starter, I can realize 60lbs by hand and it will start with the crank. Hope this helps
  9. Interested in you other wagner parts, can you send me pictures
  10. I live in Oroville, California. I can help fielding technical questions and problems. I own a 1920 eh special six. I am very familiar with the big and special series engine.
  11. My understanding from a man that owned a hydraulic brake car of this era, is that a power assist stop only occurred in the first half of the pedal travel , and as the pedal is depressed further the system went to a base brake mechanical brake feel. It was backwards of what one may reasonably think.