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Parts and Paper / Re: WTB Shop Manual for PT125
« Last post by twpoulter on Today at 04:27:25 PM »
Thanks for your comments Bill and I do understand what you are saying but I feel its worth waiting for one to surface. About a yr ago one came up on eBay and at that time I didn't want to pay over $100 for something I wouldn't use at that time.
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Parts and Paper / Re: WTB Shop Manual for PT125
« Last post by Bill Davis on Yesterday at 11:26:43 PM »
Tom,
It appears to me that the best thing you can do is purchase a parts manual for your PT125 and a shop
manual for a 1941 Dodge truck.  I do not see any shop manual on the internet for your truck.
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General Discussion / Re: i NEED 16" RIMS FOR MY 37 COUPE
« Last post by Bill Davis on October 12, 2019, 10:39:58 PM »
Richard,

Check with Moore's Auto Salvage or Wildcat Auto Wrecking if no one replies here that they have your wheels.
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General Discussion / i NEED 16" RIMS FOR MY 37 COUPE
« Last post by DixIndian on October 12, 2019, 09:59:19 PM »
They can be plain steel or artillary wheels. I have caps and rings so they need to be 16"
TIA
Richard
dixchief@gmail.com
407 427 4882
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General Discussion / Re: Engine Gasket Set
« Last post by ol-nobull on October 12, 2019, 10:16:18 AM »
Hi.  Two sites I have purchased a bunch of items from for my 1950 Deluxe are  www.robertsmotorparts.com as well as www.kanter.com  .   Both carry abroad range of Plymouth gasket sets as well as many other parts.   Both also have paper catalogs also.   Jimmie
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Technical Discussion / Re: regarding 1932 4 Cyl Plymouth
« Last post by TodFitch on October 09, 2019, 08:24:39 PM »
I ended up going to napa twice to find a belt . I did find one that was close and would work, at a cost of $30 + I than went to a farm dealer, Case,Bob Cat, etc., Found a greenstripe belt to fit exact at a cost of $10

Care to list a brand and part number? I could then add it to my parts database at https://www.ply33.com/Parts/numeric. It might make it easier for the next person.
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Technical Discussion / Re: regarding 1932 4 Cyl Plymouth
« Last post by Harlan Olson on October 09, 2019, 12:02:27 PM »
I ended up going to napa twice to find a belt . I did find one that was close and would work, at a cost of $30 + I than went to a farm dealer, Case,Bob Cat, etc., Found a greenstripe belt to fit exact at a cost of $10
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General Discussion / Re: New member and 28 owner
« Last post by Go Fleiter on October 08, 2019, 07:36:21 AM »
beautyful car!
Hope it will run well!
Greetings!
Go
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Technical Discussion / Re: electronic Voltage Regulator 6 V ??
« Last post by Go Fleiter on October 08, 2019, 07:34:05 AM »
This is a very interesting information!
As the generator never made any big, problems I will check this
possibility too! Until now, I didn´t order anything.
Thanks for the help!
As for travelling:
This year we did use the Ply twice for marriages:
my younger daughter in Düsseldorf (August),
one nephew in Aachen GE/ Vaals NL (September).,
plus acouple of weekend trips.
Than, my wife´s dog Cooper (as Bob Drown´s) needs his
compartment in Claudia´s station car for Trips over 1 hour.
We are planning for Ply- hollydays in Piemonte / Italy next year, less dog.
Greetings from rainy Düsseldorf!
Go
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Technical Discussion / Re: electronic Voltage Regulator 6 V ??
« Last post by Bill Davis on October 07, 2019, 11:00:31 PM »
Go,
I know you have already made the decision to go to a one wire alternator in a generator case.
I think you made a good choice because of the trips you take in your Plymouth.  But, for your
information only, I emailed Vintage Power Wagons to inquire about an electronic voltage
regulator that will fit in the late '40's/early '50's Mopar voltage regulator case (according to
their email).  The cost is $119.00 + shipping.  I'm thinking about this, although my car is working
fine now.  But, I do not put as many miles per year on my car as you do and I do not travel very
far from my home.
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