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HELP. Parts For 1923 Dodge Needed


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Old 05-31-2019, 05:28:16 PM
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Just out of interest a few weeks back I modified some felt seal carriers to take standard lip seals. They were for a vintage truck,rear axle I believe.
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I thought of that and it would be simple to do except for the seal in the front of the pump. But if the felts can be had it would save time and retain originality. Originality isn't so important as no-one would ever see them but the time factor is important. Time is fairly precious for me at the moment.
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Scotty you could also try old world lamps and tyres in Mudgee
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Scotty you could also try old world lamps and tyres in Mudgee
Now there's a combo made in heaven. Lamps and tyres. A bit like carpet cleaning and pest control
Thanks Rob. Brian (Justin's recommendation) is pretty crook at the moment. I have to ring back on Friday.

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Got a price for tyres off Old World Lamps and Tyres and what a nice bloke to speak to and a pretty good website to look through. I looked and I shouldn't have. There's some beautiful cars there for sale. https://www.oldworldlamps.net/
Anyways...a set of 4 500-24 tyres delivered to Warwick comes in at $1,500. He's doing a deal seeing it's a museum getting the old car on the road.
Tomorrow I'll talk to old mate at Bribie and see.

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Hello all
I finally got some pictures of how the pump divides the power from the pump to the drive train. Just for you Cobba.
In this picture you'll see the in and out lever on the right hand side. Push the lever back and the selector fork engages the big gear which drives the pump.

All the pictures taken from the input side.





To get the power to the drive train the selector fork goes back which pushes the gear on the shaft into a coupling which drives the diff.
Below is the gear nearly ready to go into the coupling and the coupling itself. The diff goes on the other side of this coupling





All together ready to get the power to the diff



Pretty simple huh Cobba?

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