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  1. Spinneyhill. Thank you for the answer. I will first try to remove the old cylinder, because here are no locksmith near by where I live. I have removed all the small parts, and then it looks like the photo. It is that piece on the top that prevents me to remove the bezel. I hope the old cylinder is not totally stuck, because I can see it moves a little bit when I try to turn it with my new key. Do you think my new cylinder is the correct one for this handle? Thank you.
  2. Hello, I have a 1928 Buick Master with this locking handle, but I do not have any key for it. I m not sure if this is the correct handle for this car, but since all four handles are the same type, I decided to keep them. All doorlocks are working fine. The outside length of the handle is 4 1/4", the length of the handle included the axle is 4 13/16". A few weeks ago I bought a new locking cylinder which I hope is the correct one for this handle. It is a Briggs & Stratton cylinder. Outside diam is 5/8"( which is the same as the old one), inside diam is 1/2". Total length is 1 31/32". Can anyone who are familiar with this type of handles tell me if the new cylinder is the correct one for this handle, and how do I remove the old one without destroying anything ? It is in the "locked" position, I have removed the small parts inside the escutcheon, but are not able to remove the escutcheon itself because of the locking piece sticking out of the axle. Thank you!
  3. I m going to change the transmission oil. Does anyone know how much oil I need on transmission and rear axle? What type of oil do you use?
  4. I visited the new owner of this car the last weekend. The Pedersen is a nice small beauty.
  5. Dave_B. Today I was trying to push the wire you very kindly sent to me, a while ago, up into the housing from the gas tank end. Im sure it is the correct type wire, both thickness and quality, I compared it with a small piece of the old wire remaining in the housing. But I must have dome somthing wrong, the wire would not go through. The hole in the tank end is VERY thin, so it was impossible to get the wire in if I folded it. So I tried without folding it, but it stopped about halfway through. I tried so many times, that the wire you sent me, now is destroied. Do you have any idea what Im doing wrong? Do you still have more wire? If yes, could you send me another? But now I want to pay you for it!
  6. I just purchased a 1928 Buick Master mod 50. The car misses the outside sun visor, and I will try to make a new one, with new aluminium edges. I just got a pair of supports via ebay. Can anyone provide me with measures etc. Or maybe a close up photo. Thank you.
  7. Hi, I found this 8 years old posting. Is there any possibility for you to produce new water outlets now? I have a 1928 Buick master with 4 legs on my outlet. I live in Norway.
  8. Thank to Leif and unimogjohn. Anybody else who can help?
  9. Hello During restoration of my car I have discovered (at least) 3 problems: - The light switch is broken, and has to be replaced. I have searced the ebay and other places on the internet, without any luck. I guess there is no possibility to find a new one (or NOS), so I am looking for a good used one. Anybody who can help me? - The ignition switch is very hard to turn around (on / off). I have purchased a new ignition lock, but I guess it is no use to install this, before the switch is working. Is it possible to dismantle the lock so I can oil it? Do I have to take the whole unit off, from the steering tube? - The spark plug cover is missing. Is there anybody who have one for sale?
  10. Hi, I am interested in the housing If it is in good condition. Could you send me a coupple of photos? Specially interested in both ends of the housing. What is the price? Email: einar.bakke(at)norpost.net BR Einar
  11. Hi, Do you know If this firm have all parts needed to make a new, both cable and casing for a 1928 Buick 128" ?