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  1. Anyone have spare wiper arms and or wiper transmission components they would sell?
  2. Thanks to everyone that replied. I was not sure and wanted to be sure to get it right. Mike
  3. Does anyone know if the restricted orifice fitting goes in the inlet or exit, or does it matter. Thanks for your help, Mike
  4. Thanks Sergio for the quick response and the very fair price for the items I needed
  5. Dittos, glad to hear you are doing well. Mike
  6. Anyone have available the handles for the wing glass? If so, I need both, or optionally the complete wing glass. Thanks in advance, Mike
  7. Looking for an Ammeter for my 31 Model S Truck. Currently using a modern gauge but the bezel does not stand up off the glass enough to extend through the dash .
  8. There must be a brake and clutch shop somewhere in your area. Most shops use bonded linings today, but if you want to stay with riveted they will do that too. I use Casper Brake and Clutch in Kansas City. They do an excellent job and have the correct linings for both hydraulic and mechanical brakes.
  9. Working on a 1931 Studebaker Model S truck. The engine, I am told,, is the same as a Model 53. I purchased the head and manifold gaskets from Olson's Gaskets and they are correct, however I have no information as to torque and tightening sequence. Any help is greatly appreciated. Mike
  10. Looking for headliner bows for my 36 Dictator Business Coupe. Also, does anyone know if they are the same as the 37? Thanks, Mike
  11. Dennis I use Hot Stuff Manifold Dressing from Speedway motors. It's a brush on paste made of stainless and ceramic, only $12.99 and it holds up at temps to 2500 degrees. Should be heated at 250 degrees in oven after applying for about 30 minutes or run engine for an equal amount of time is already intsalled.
  12. Hi Dennis, Definitely use one of the epoxy products on any pot metal part that is to be painted. The only time to try any welding process on pot metal is for a part that has to be chromed -- it is very risky -- use someone that has experience. Mike
  13. Autofil I believe I checked those out earlier and they were too narrow. I called today and they are currently out of stock but will have them in a couple months. Do you already have yours, and if so, what is the width? Thanks, Mike
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