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  1. If it shakes the car uncomfortably, it is probably none of the above although it is good to do all the things Paul suggests. The shaking can be eliminated by shimming the transmission's rear main shaft bearing housing. Good luck getting the brake drum off, whatever you do, DO NOT REMOVE THE NUT ON THE BACK OF THE SHAFT while you try to remove the brake drum flange, it may come off the tapered shaft with explosive force. John
  2. I could use an oil pump for a 135 or 137. John
  3. Do you think that this torque thing is really necessary?
  4. I had to have patterns made and new castings poured for these rear shackles. JR
  5. Hi, I could use an oil pump for a 135/137. Thanks.
  6. You will blow it up either at 50 mph or with an overdrive at 50 mph. John
  7. What progress have you made, Mike? John
  8. Hi, looking for No. 4 Buffalo hubs, wheels, hub caps. Used on Stutz cars in the early twenties. Thanks. John
  9. ak

    1928 value

    Headlight bar, dash, and front door shape indicate 1927 11B. JR
  10. From the photographs of 1926 Chryslers on the internet, the only ones I saw were No. 5 Buffalo. I was just approached by a fellow with a set of them.