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Oliver Lincoln

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  1. Now i got the correct one, thanks to mopar scott!
  2. Thank you, this helps a lot! So i need a 453 AC pump
  3. thank you but the mounting holes are not correct and i think the lever is too short
  4. I am looking for a rebuilt fuel pump für my 1933 Chrysler CO Engine (in my 1931 DH Dodge). Actually the is a loud electric pump installed. I want to build back the mechanical one. Unfortunately at my original pump, wich was deactivated, the lever is missing. So i have already 2 new but not fitting pumps here 😞 As i found out, the following one should be correct: It has a very long lever. Thank you, Oliver
  5. Hi Dodge friends, has anyone this part for sale? Need the cast iron only, wich is broken now. 😞 Not sure if its same as in other years. Oliver
  6. Done! I welded universal stainless pipe parts with my MIG welder. Found a company where i could order an individual damper. For an exhaust (no show car) it looks ok for me. Oliver
  7. Thank you Tom, i will try to get universal pipes to build it. Oliver
  8. Thank you so much, guys! This helps me a lot! But strange that there is only one silencer. Oliver
  9. Hi guys, i can't believe that the exhaust of my car is stock that way, it ends in the middle below the body. I don't see any other mounts. Also the car is quite noisy.. Has someone a scheme of the exhaust, so i can rebuild one with universal dampers? The second issue is the crossmember with seems to be cut through where the driveshaft is. Shall i repair this with a piece of steel and screws? thank you, Oliver
  10. Thank you! πŸ™‚ btw: do you know how to detach the pulley from the pump shaft? As you see some already broke the pulley. Oliver
  11. Thank you again keiser31 but he wasn't able to help. (even the source in europe, he states on his webpage does not) I showed you already a photo in the radiator cap thread. Want more? πŸ™‚ Hi Rick, the problem is that i live here in germany and sending a pump ou US for rebuilt is too expensive. I can rebulid it by myself if i get the raw material, as impeller, raw bushings or shaft. I even do not find a resource for such universal parts 😞 Oliver
  12. Hi Guys, i have 1933 Chrysler CO engine in my 1931 Dodge. Has anyone a good recource for a water pump repair kit. With google or ebay i found nothing. Oliver
  13. Thank you guys. The chrome is connected to the radiator upper part, maybe i can bend something after loosing the screws. It's same as always: you start a small thing (thermostat housing leaking) and ends up in a semi restoration! πŸ˜‰
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