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Re: Crosley Welder - for trade

Jerry and Kathy
 

About 300 miles

Give me a call at 360 801-5251

Jerry

----- Original Message -----
From: Mike Mayberry <@Crosleymike>
To: Crosley-Gang@groups.io
Sent: Fri, 26 Jul 2019 14:41:34 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Re: [Crosley-Gang] Crosley Welder - for trade

I would love to have it! I have family in spokane how far are you from there?

radio antenna wire

Mike S
 

I am in need of the cable that goes between the antenna and the radio in our 48 wagon.  Anyone have a broken antenna laying around that they would sell the cable off of?
thanks,
Mike S

Re: radio antenna wire

crosleyshortsport
 

I may be wrong, though I believe you can use a new cable from a new antenna


On Mon, Jul 29, 2019, 1:14 PM Mike S <miso7@...> wrote:
I am in need of the cable that goes between the antenna and the radio in our 48 wagon.  Anyone have a broken antenna laying around that they would sell the cable off of?
thanks,
Mike S

Re: radio antenna wire

Saltsgaver, Mike
 

I already have a nice antenna….just no cable.  I thought I’d ask around before buying a whole new set up.

Mike S



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Re: radio antenna wire

Andy Farley
 

Ditto. I also need an antenna cable. I also have a good antenna but no cable. Does anyone know where we can get just the cable?

Re: radio antenna wire

Andy Farley
 

We can't be the only people who need just the antenna cable. Is there anything Service Motors can do for us?

Re: radio antenna wire

Steve Olinger
 

On the modern twin post antenna there is a couple different size studs they thread on. Try to check the thread size as I may have a couple.
Steve

Re: radio antenna wire

Jerry and Kathy
 

You might give Bill a call. He rebuilds radios and might be a good resource

https://www.billtheradioguy.com/

Re: radio antenna wire

Mike S
 

The outer portion is 1/2" diameter with fine threads.  The little post inside measures .095". 

Re: radio antenna wire

Steve Olinger
 

I believe what I have will work. Send a email to olinger@...

Farm O Road for sale

Pat Curran
 

I have a 1952 Crosley Farm O Road for sale.  AACA National First Prize winner in 1988, Green with tan seats, dual rear wheels, front and rear PTO’s, several original implements.  $19,900, Photos and more info on request at racin@...

Re: radio antenna wire

Jim Bollman
 

Mike, I have what is left of an original antenna from a 51 Crosley and one of the newer ones that people have been using as a replacement for the last 40 years or so. Yours looks like the replacement type and you shouldn't have any trouble finding a replacement cable. The original has the same diameter fitting but slightly course thread and instead of male connector on the antenna it is a female.

Jim...

On Jul 30, 2019, at 2:30 PM, Mike S <miso7@...> wrote:

The outer portion is 1/2" diameter with fine threads.  The little post inside measures .095".  <antenna.jpg>

Re: radio antenna wire

dale@servicemotors.net
 

We here at service motors don't have just the cable but we do have a complete new antenna!!


On Jul 30, 2019, at 11:14 AM, olinger@... wrote:

On the modern twin post antenna there is a couple different size studs they thread on. Try to check the thread size as I may have a couple.
Steve

Re: Wipers.

Tim Hamblen
 

Just google 6 volt Jeep wiper motors. The older Jeeps were 6 volt.The ones I have seen will just about bolt on.

Re: Wipers.

Tim Hamblen
 

Here's one from Mac's            https://www.macsautoparts.com/early_v8_ford_truck/electric-windshield-wiper-motor-6-volt-replacement-type-stainless-steel-ford-382726.html

Re: Wipers.

Saltsgaver, Mike
 

The shaft that goes thru the body is a little larger on the Jeep motors, so the hole in the  body might have to be opened up.  Also, the length of the shafts are longer than the ones on the vacuum motors.  You might have to cut them off to make sure you have enough clearance between the motor and the instrument cluster.  They aren’t hard to cut off….I have them on my Kubelwagen & I also had to shorten the shafts.

Mike S



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Speaking of Wipers...

Mike S
 

The wiper arm on the passenger side of our car was very weak regarding the tension that holds the blade against the glass (in fact, it is floppy loose).  I purchased a new set of arms from Dave Edwards at the meet and after a few minutes of studying the way they mount (never been around this style before), was able to take the old one off and put the new one on.....however, the new one is just as loose as the old one, even though the spring is a little longer on the new one.  The drivers side appears to be assembled the same way, but it's tension is just fine.  What am I missing?

Re: Speaking of Wipers...

Spock Arnold
 

Did you try switching them from side to side.  Perhaps you have the angle wrong
On the other wiper motor.

On Jul 31, 2019 4:18 PM, Mike S <miso7@...> wrote:
The wiper arm on the passenger side of our car was very weak regarding the tension that holds the blade against the glass (in fact, it is floppy loose).  I purchased a new set of arms from Dave Edwards at the meet and after a few minutes of studying the way they mount (never been around this style before), was able to take the old one off and put the new one on.....however, the new one is just as loose as the old one, even though the spring is a little longer on the new one.  The drivers side appears to be assembled the same way, but it's tension is just fine.  What am I missing?

Radiator

Sandy Smith
 

In need of a radiator for 1951 CD
original rad went in for repair and top tank split and not repairable, purchased a rad at the meet, core was bad but tank was looking good. Just found out that tank too split when removing it.
So I am back to looking for a good rad, bigger problem is need a seller who would be willing pack and ship to Canada.
Sandy Smith
Arkell, Ontario, Canada

Re: Crosley Welder - for trade

Jerry and Kathy
 

Still looking for someone who needs this welder!