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  1. studerex

    1941 Studebaker Clock

    684.00 I'm going to have to dig mine out.
  2. studerex

    1941 Studebaker Clock

    Watching that auction also. Have a few in boxes somewhere.
  3. studerex

    VINs Tags stamped or engraved ?

    Get the blue print from the museum. It shows the number size and style. It is etched not stamped.
  4. Looking for a temperature gauge for a 1932 president. I think the 33 is the same. May also fit other models. Mine is totally missing so a repairable one can do.
  5. studerex

    1932 bearings wanted

    Rick, Thanks for finding them. Please advise the suppliers so many people can rebuild their motors.
  6. studerex

    1932 bearings wanted

    1935 was the beginning of use of thin wall replaceable bearings in the 8 cylinders. Prior motors used the thick brass shells on the mains and babbitt rods. Ford Stoeckers article was for the later motors 1935 to 1942. I guess you could put shells in the thick main shells, but it would be easier to just get them babbitted. If he threw out the thick shells the later bearings won't help. The rods could be modified to use the cat pony bearings, but they are not available anymore either. I bought up all the ones I could find years ago.
  7. studerex

    1932 bearings wanted

    What year Dictator?
  8. studerex

    37 studebaker president

    Tom Lewis had 2 at Hershey for sale.
  9. studerex

    1935 Studebaker parts for sale

    Do you know the model they came off of? Hood lengths different.
  10. studerex

    rear diff ratio's in 1931

    Where did you find that 3.09? Hens teeth.
  11. studerex

    Looky What I Found Now!

    Bill I just happened on this topic. I viewed the Pierce article you listed years ago.I advised the writer of his error on the casting date referenced. The I is for 1929 not 28. July 9 1929. All 8 cylinder blocks were cast in Studebakers foundry. Studebaker was using the eight for the model year 1928 as 5 main but changed to 9 main starting in June of 1930. The foundry cast dating started in 1921 with A. The president 8 was in production when Studebaker acquired Pierce. The blocks look the same and will interchange as a whole. Studebaker eights changed almost every year from 28 to 33. 28 had the water pump in front of the block, 29-30 were mostly the same, 31 was a cast crank, 32 was a machined crank with bolt on counter weights, and 33 block exterior changed and looked similar to pierce. I bought a Pierce motor once just to dismantle it to see the differences. Yes there are many differences. But I would say the same group of engineers designed both motors.
  12. studerex

    gas tank needed

    Yes Bill I contacted John. He is so backlogged that it will be some time before him having the time.
  13. studerex

    1927? Studebaker Engine

    Yep April 27th 1925. So it would be for a late 25 or early 26.
  14. Looking for a 1931 to 1933 president gas tank in useable or repairable condition.