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Good point! I recommend buying the real puller for this as it also fits the P/S pulley. Dare I say it- also fits some of those "other" cars too.
Fan- just blow it off. The two sections of the commutator- lightly sand these for good brush contact.
OK to grease rear bearing but not too much as it will fly off, coating things inside. Residue inside is not usually a problem, just hit it with...
Yes, is OK. If you feel up to it, this is usually the time we would replace the brushes and the front and rear bearing. They are cheap.
I think the firewall is also different. Is your firewall for a A/C car?
Heads up! Use a press- never beat armature with a hammer. Beating on the armature to install the pulley will separate the components of the...
Remove the two brushes, one screw holding each one (total= two screws). With crayon or chalk, draw a line through the rear housing, stator...
A/C controls use one cable with vacuum connections. A regular box uses a controller with three cables.
A good hammer.
Use a puller to remove the pulley. The alternator must be disassembled to press on the pulley. The pulley, armature, front housing with bearing...
In '69 they eliminated the lower dash pad and the fold down seat became an option.
Once when camping, it started to pour and filled our tent. In my '68 cuda we put the seat down and the trunk divider, then slept in our sleeping bags.
Everyone seems to be out of stock on these, but am looking to buy a set of Schumacker's motor mount shims as pictured. Easier than making my own....
Not a factory hole.
Re-check all fittings for tightness.
The proper substitute for a car with no seats is a milk crate. Just tryin' to help.
Hopefully someone with a similar setup can share a picture.
When I was a young man, I didn't remove the front seat.
In addition- explain what set-up you have. What engine, tranny, car you have. We can show pictures of linkage that is needed.
Are you looking for a complete manifold w/heat riser or just parts to repair a heat riser? Does your manifold still have the "butterfly" valve in...
The missing nut does not cause an oil leak.
Shocks can be too long.
Can lens be removed and make a new one?
That link to the '72 FSM explains how to remove the cylinder w/o disassembly of column. Look for a small notch beside it and release with a small...
This is an Imperial with tilt and Tel. This are difficult and we used to have special tools for it. If I remember right, the lock/tumblers can be...
Am I wrong? The 413's I have seen have very different motor mounts.
I think we are confused by your needs. A heat riser is on the exhaust manifold and has nothing to do with the carb. What is it that you need?
Schumacher has these.
You do not have the correct belts to use the shoulder belt. You would normally fasten the lap belt. Then a fitting will appear on the lap belt...