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I never figured out a reason for it, in 40 + years, so who knows what some Chrysler engineer, designer, thought of doing that, back in...
Those are early 1960's UCA's with that welded on plate.
Nothing special to them, other than you just don't see them around anymore.
Nothing special, vice grip wise.
Just a standard 8" one.
Then maybe, a needle nose style, vice grip would get up in there for you.All that i can...
Get out your pair of vice grips, and clamp it down onto the shaft, up in the space where you can get to it in the crossmember , where it goes in....
Well, those are the easiest to find.
Shouldn't have any problem.
You look on ebay?
Well, you looking for any particular year style?
64-65 Race Hemi.
66-69 Street Hemi.
70-71 Street Hemi.
Hey, lets not go flame the original poster.
Look where he's from.
I'm sure English, is his second language.
I know that's a Miller Special Tools number, but who the heck remembers numbers of a tool that we may, or may not have something like that in...
Ya, let alone the toll it takes on the human body.
When i got out of the Air Force in 1980, i has to find myself a civilian job.
But do some research on your own.
GOOGLE can be your friend.
Never heard of that before.
Somebody is blowing smoke at ya.
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I never, ever, heard that term used before, either.
And i was a professional, wrenching auto mechanic, in the trade, for 30 years.
Grew up in New...
Ya know, i didn't notice that, in the heading.
No, what's pictured are tube seats, and not bleeder screws.
2 totally different looking parts, items.
Those brass fittings are called "tube seats."
They are quite hard to find, other than at the rebuilders level.
I will look thru my computer files...