1. Matts440

    Matts440 FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    Have searched all over looking for gaskets for my 67 dart and you guys had them. The gaskets were for reverse lights, front turn signal and license plate light. for offering what most companies dont.
     
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    • Dusterdenovo

      Dusterdenovo Contentedly Old School FABO Gold Member

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      In my experience, the DMT stuff is perfect.
       
    • Matts440

      Matts440 FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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      I very much agree, perfect fit.
       
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      YY1 Well-Known Member

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      Nice, down to earth folks, too.
       
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      About 10 years ago.. I bought new lenses for my 67 fish front park/turn fixtures at ebay. At that time the aftermarket lenses didn't include gaskets, so I contacted James at DMT. I could and did ship a damaged fixture to him. Wasn't long before I had 2 pair of new gaskets in hand. Those aftermarket lenses include new gaskets today.
       
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      • Cuda Al

        Cuda Al Well-Known Member

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        When I restored my 1969 CHP Polara there was NOTHING available for that car, I initially contacted Jim at DMT to get raw material to make my own. I ended up sending him piles of parts to do everything from bumper to bumper, some time later I had every seal needed to do the car.

        DMT rocks!


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        • KosmicKuda

          KosmicKuda FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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          I had bought the bellows type boot that seals the clutch pivot arm to the bellhouding from another vendor. It was so flimsy that it collapsed, got sucked inside the housing and got chewed up by the spinning clutch. After thst I took the remains out and replaced it with the hard 50 year old original.

          I saw DMT at a Columbus Mopar show and they had the same part, but different. Jim let me borrow it (without paying for it mind you) to trial fit it into my "new" slant six 4 speed bell housing that was in the trunk of my SUV. The DMT part actually snapped into the rectangular hole in the bell housing and it's staying there. I was more than happy to go back and pay them. It easily is twice the thickness of the failed flimsy piece that didn't really fit the shape of the cutout anyway.

          I always talk to these guys at shows and am impressed by their enthusiasm and quality of their parts.
           
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            Hyper_pak Old School Chrysler Fan

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            I agree 200%. Great company to deal with! James has done a couple of things for me. He reproduced the fender shields for my 1962 Lancer. Now who would do that for us? 10 Thumbs UP!
             
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            • Dusterdenovo

              Dusterdenovo Contentedly Old School FABO Gold Member

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              I needed new gaskets for these two pieces, to keep engine smells out of the cowl and the interior. After looking all over the place and failing to find even some gasket material that was close enough to go about making my own, I found them both on the DMT website.

              They are of course perfect in every way, and they cost A BUCK A PIECE!! Who sells anything for a buck anymore, let alone quality, accurate stuff??????

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              • 67 gt

                67 gt A Wog boy who loves his Mopars ! FABO Gold Member

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                Purchased the lot for front and rear light assembly's and the fire wall set for my 67 Dart a while back and they do a great set for the heater box as well when I redid mine. As mentioned a great company to deal with.
                 
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