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  1. According to my MOPAR book it only fits a 49 Plymouth.
  2. Sounds like you installed them correctly. Had to be really loose to pop out with almost no pressure. Are you sure you have the correct size? Many Chrysler plugs are sized by the 32nd of an inch.
  3. Here is a picture of my 1927 Dodge with an original Cantrell Body. The only parts that are labeled Cantrell are the decal on the wooden header above the windshield and Cantrell cast into the spare tire holder.
  4. If I had put in the 1925 data, it would have been less questions. However, based on what is below the specials this year came with disk wheels and Nickel shell. Wood wheels were standard. I guess you have to go by serial number. Below is the 1925 Data:
  5. Based on the below description, yours should have the Special Roadster equipment and should have the nickel shell.
  6. I have a 38 Dodge that takes a R-1. The R-2 is smaller and does not fit. Just for info.
  7. It is the "W" before the numbers that make it a Model 77 engine. Also I think the 1929 75 had a vacuum tank, no fuel pump.
  8. Your owners manual has some of the answers on bearing clearance and normal oil pressure. see below:
  9. Here is a stab a it. I did not see any motor numbers that just had a "C" for a start. If it is "C19" that is for 1938 Chrysler 8 Cyl If "CI" that is for a 1932-33 Chrysler 6 Cyl or a 1935 Chrysler 8
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