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  1. I have a 70 in the UK whereabouts are you?
  2. Have you the brake master cylinder? Could you post a picture please?
  3. Thanks for all the help with these. This is the answer to my query regarding Shock Absorbers fitted to my 1930 Chrysler Model 70. The answer provided by Apple Hydraulics. I am assuming that Chrysler might have fitted these to their export models. “Shocks like yours used for a year or two on big cars like Packard or Pierce Arrow or Chrysler (with different arms for every application). This "version 1.0" is replaced with shocks that have plugs on both ends of the body and, in late 1930s with shocks like 1941-49 Cadillac rear (for example, see pictures
  4. This is the answer to my query regarding shock absorbers fitted to my 1930 Chrysler Model 70. The answer provided by Apple Hydraulics. I am assuming that Chrysler might have fitted these to their export models. “Shocks like yours used for a year or two on big cars like Packard or Pierce-Arrow or Chrysler (with different arms for every application). This "version 1.0" is replaced with shocks that have plugs on both ends of the body and, in late 1930s with shocks like 1941-49 Cadillac rear (for example, see pictures on https://www.applehydraulicsonline.com. under Cad
  5. These shock absorbers are fitted to my 1930 Chrysler model 70 here in the UK. These are pictures of the front right. They are not original equipment however they are on the car and look of the period. Numbered 39579. If I am going to get them renovated I need to know the make and model number. Can anyone help please?
  6. These shock absorbers are fitted to my 1930 Chrysler model 70 here in the UK. These are pictures of the front right. They are not original equipment however they are on the car and look of the period. Numbered 39579 If I am going to get the renovated I need to know the make and model number. Can anyone help please?
  7. Gentlemen, I must thank you all very much for your excellent advice and comments on the problems I seem to be having with the rear axle pinion seal. Everything that has been said has some relevance. I shall be dismantling later this week and reassembling with greater confidence. I am familiar with using very thick oils in veteran (pre-1919) rear axles. In the 1929 Chrysler Handbook it recommends something called ”Fluid Gear Lubricant” I have been using Penrite Straight T140 a rear axle oil that I’ve used in many vintage cars. I will tighten up the nut and see what happens and a
  8. Hi, Thanks for this but there is no visible groove on the pinion flange shaft. I shall check next time it is apart.
  9. I wonder if anybody can help me as I have a problem with curing a leaking rear axle pinion seal. I live in the UK and am fairly new to Chryslers so this might be about unfamiliarity with the setup. The original leather/spring seal had disintegrated. I adapted the assembly to take a modern single or double lipped seal. When removing the rear axle drive pinion flange I noticed that the very large nut held in place with a split pin was not tight; I was able to undo this with my fingers. This did not worry me as my assumption here from working on later cars was that the cone of the taper r
  10. I am in the UK looking for someone who has some experience of restoring and driving a 1929/30 Chrysler 70. I have recently acquired one of these cars and have a host of fairly straightforward questions that are not easily answered within the Handbook. Perhaps there is a dedicated club somewhere? I look forward to any advice that the might be out there.
  11. I would like a radiator cap/hood ornament to go on my car . I am in UK.
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