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About rbk

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  • Birthday 10/10/1936

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    I bought 29 Studebaker dealer parts inventories over the years as a retirement project.
    I have a 105 year old, 38.000 sq.ft. building full of parts.

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  1. Call Jason Smith Phone number is toll-free 1-866-228-0218 or email is jsmithaer@gmail.com
  2. I talked to you on the phone but could not help you. I found a box of reflectors but none have part numbers. Can you post a picture of the one reflector you bought with dimensions? I can then identify these and sell you the second one needed. You will also need the clips that hold the reflector in place. You can get the reflectors re silvered by: Uvira, Inc. 310 Pleasant Valley Rd. Merlin - Oregon 97532 Telephone: 541-956-6880 Fax: 541-476-9096 email: uvira@terragon.com Also look at this Plymouth post, They used the same headlights. https://p15-d24.com/topic/34504-pre-1939-cars-with-headlight-bulbs/
  3. That will work just fine.Since 1958 Studebaker used right hand thread on all four wheels.
  4. On a 1936 Dictator there is a mounting ear for the shock absorber. A friend had this ear break off , was there a fix for that from the factory like a "U" bolt mounting bracket or so?
  5. I have the following N.O.S. brake drums in stock 182579 Right front for Studebaker model A 190521 Right rear for 5-6A, 190522 Left rear 5-6A,190632 Right rear for J5,191575 Right front for 7-9A , K5 ,L5, 191576 Left front for 7-9A , K5 ,L5 Any one of these for $150.00 plus shipping, subject to prior sale
  6. Left or right hand threaded studs.
  7. The drum I have is 190632. 11" Passenger side for J5. It is N.O.S . 83 years old the same age as me. $150.00 plus shipping. I have many 11" drums from this era.
  8. I have been in full isolation but expect to go to the warehouse next week and measure the drum and take some pictures.
  9. I think that the drums are the same but the attached hub is larger for J5 Studebaker always listed the drum , hub and drum and hub.
  10. I have a N.O.S brake drum for a J5. Only the J5 used a heavier axle shaft with a larger taper. 1937 cars used a different size taper . PM me if interested.
  11. Talk to Dave Thibeault.(978) 897-3158 He had shafts made for the light six. He may have them for the big sixes.
  12. I did not know that Armando Gallaraga stripped out a 1939 Commander
  13. Anyone has a window crank like shown above on the right and drive 1939?
  14. I have some brake assemblies from a 1928 Model GE that I stripped out many years ago.There are drums and backing plates with shoes etc. I can email you some more detailed pictures.I also have rims crankshafts, oil pan , transmission parts ,steering parts and a variety of other parts from this car. If interested , please email me at studebaker(at)mac.com. Replace the (at) or PM me. Robert Kapteyn