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  1. A new link likely should have been started as now the ‘show your Hupmobile ‘ is not continuous.
  2. Gleaner, if yours has these features I am interested.
  3. My 1908 NC 2 cylinder roadster has a similar looking step plate, but it also has underside bosses to guide the brake rods.
  4. gossjh

    1913 Hupp 32

    Yes, I did a valve job on it and needed the compression chamber gasket. It is in transit and I hope to get it installed soon. Then I can see if the valve job improved road speed and engine smoothness. For your shifting issues- Another trick for matching speeds is to momentarily bump the foot feed, which will give some variation to the engine speed. Hopefully that helps you find a speed match to slip into gear without a clash. Joe
  5. gossjh

    1913 Hupp 32

    The engine speed must be low enough to match transmission speed. Retarding spark may help. On my model 32 touring the clutch must be strongly pressed to the floor. My experience is limited as I took my model 32 touring in a trade and intend to sell it. Too many toys and in need of improving my tow vehicle situation. Joe
  6. My 1908 NC has similar tools and a poch. If you do not have a tool pouch, let me know and I can get you some info, so that you can duplicate.
  7. Mel Draper at 7 W Main Jeromesville, OH 44840 can get you set up with top iron, bows and top.
  8. As for the latch pulls: If they do not show up at Chickasha, I have already talked to Mel Draper about posibly casting them, using my best original as a pattern.
  9. Here is an image of the latch pull that I am looking to replace on my model 32 Hupmobile. I need two.
  10. While the Hup was awaiting better weather I had some nickle redone. Starting to put it back together, so I got a coyple if images.
  11. I previously had an EC6 and I had to clear the ball check area and the flow was small. It started to flow less right as I was delivering to the new owner, so I told him about it. He tore in to it and found the end of something close to a gun cleaning swab. This was not done on my watch, so who knows how long it was in the line. Just saying, check out everything that you can while inspecting.
  12. Phil, I have sent you an email message giving measurememnts. Joe
  13. Unfortunately, due to storage situation, good images will not be available for quite some time. I will strive to remember to get it done.
  14. All, my tech advisor recommended leaving the mag alone as getting it back in phase might be a bit difficult. He let me know that the steering column does need to come out . Then the cowl body section has four bolts and with other linkage disassembly , it could be removed and the tank removed. I chose to clean in place.