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  1. Here is a possibility: https://www.meguiars.com/marine/products/m17-mirror-glaze-clear-plastic-cleaner-8-oz
  2. https://www.ebay.com/itm/FUEL-PUMP-FILTER-FIT-KAWASAKI-VULCAN-1500-CLASSIC-VN1500D-VN1500E-1996-2004/272182767054?fits=Make%3AKawasaki&hash=item3f5f5b6dce:g:LzwAAOSwwpdW8a4y Factory set for 1.5 to 2 lbs. The link is an example.
  3. 1. Put in drive. 2. Hold down brake. 3. Step on gas and see if that changes anything.
  4. I have used it on splined pulleys on the output shaft of belt drive motorcycles with great success. These pulleys gave trouble with fretting/wear/rust on many makes until this product was used. It is the correct product for the application.
  5. https://www.carid.com/chelsea/anti-fret-compound-mpn-379688.html or http://www.skf.com/ca/en/products/maintenance-products/mechanical-tools-for-mounting-and-dismounting/mechanical-tool-accessories/anti-fretting-agent/index.html
  6. I too have heard reference to "Whiskey Six" for both the light and big six. Have not been able to determine, for sure, which was correct. In reality, I always wondered about the name being attached to the light six. Powerful, it is not. Those are pretty dinky little pistons running around in that small displacement engine. I cannot imagine it running past a big six, and if it did, not for very long. I have heard of the tag "blizzard six", but that could have been a local name only. As for the advertisement, well it is an advertisement.
  7. The car was sold after being in the family for over 50 years. Was a sad day, indeed. I might be able to help you with any questions as your restoration moves along.
  8. And here was my confusion. Mine was stamped K63 but had all of the "special" appointments as listed in the information above. Oh well....
  9. Thank you for the information. It seems that the "special" specified a certain color/upholstery combination without it being an actual separate model.
  10. As an add, the differential bearing conversion has been done.
  11. I have a model line up for 1919 McLaughlin cars and it lists: H44 Master 6 Roadster H45 Master 6 Special touring H46 Master 6 Coupe H45 Master 6 Extra Special Touring. H49 Master 6 Touring 7 passenger H50 Master Six Sedan 7 passenger H62 Light Six Roadster H62 Light Six Coupe H63 Light Six Touring H63 Light Six Sedan No mention of a special in the light six, but I am curious if you have information to supplement this.
  12. Convert the rear axle bearings to modern rollers and the crown and pinion adjustment bearings to tapered roller. That gets rid of those goofy spiral bearings.
  13. Had a 1920 K63 light six, had yellow wheels but not a Special. What else makes it a Special? I thought that that term only applied to the big six.
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