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  1. Most likely a head gasket, could be a head problem have had to recast heads for the early sleeve valve cars. Had a Stoddard Dayton Knight with aluminum heads I was able to weld. Jerry
  2. Looking for an oil pump and a clutch disc for a model 20 Willys Knight. Trying to put back together a car taken apart years ago.
  3. My 1908 BC has a Briscoe radiator
  4. Join the WOKR the club has the blueprints for the boot. I sewed covers for my Overland
  5. Mirror resilvering, Frank Wright Glass on Gratiot in Detroit. Jerry
  6. I have several Willys Knights and have driven thousands of miles over the last 40 years, after cleaning the oil pan I use 10w40 detergent . Clean the rectifier and look for vaccuum leaks in the suction system of the rectifier, the t-bolts thru the flat tube get plugged and the copper washers on both sides of th tube develop leaks and will not suck the excess oil from the sleeves. Check the bimetal valve in the top of the rectifier this controls vaccuum to the rectifier in the later cars the left the port open so the rectifier worked regardless of engine temperature.
  7. The 1929 stearns engine was basically a willys knight 66 a engine check the wokr.org website for info. Service info and some of the gaskets are available thru the club. The Rectifier to housing was a copper gasket. The was a service bulletin to put a baffle plate between the rectifier housing and the exhaust manifold.
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