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Re: Identify parts

Gabriel Haddad
 

Steve, it does go to the wipers. My sedan has it split but, can't tell how its hooked up in the SS.


On Sun, Apr 5, 2020, 1:10 PM Steve Perry <sperryfish@...> wrote:

Gabriel,
I can see a hose coming through the firewall that attaches to the port on the top of the intake manifold (maybe vacuum). Do you know what that attaches to under the dash. Wipers?

Thanks,
Steve


Re: Identify parts

Spock Arnold
 

Rod appears to be radiator support rod.  
Bracket is the attachment point for brake and clutch pedal return springs.

On Apr 5, 2020 12:08 PM, Steve Perry <sperryfish@...> wrote:
A couple more things..
A photo shows a steel rod with threads on each end. It’s approximately 23 1/2” Length.
Second photo shows a bracket mount on the frame just under the steering box, what goes there?
Thanks...
Steve


Re: Identify parts

Steve Perry
 

Gabriel,
I can see a hose coming through the firewall that attaches to the port on the top of the intake manifold (maybe vacuum). Do you know what that attaches to under the dash. Wipers?

Thanks,
Steve


Re: Identify parts

Steve Perry
 

Thanks so much..
I am about ready to put the engine back in and didn’t want to leave something out where the engine would be in my way..
I really appreciate the photos.
Steve


On Apr 5, 2020, at 11:29 AM, Gabriel Haddad <super51.g100@...> wrote:


The threaded rod is your radiator support. Attaches from the firewall to the radiator bracket. 
The bracket on the frame is for pedal assembly springs.

On Sun, Apr 5, 2020, 12:08 PM Steve Perry <sperryfish@...> wrote:
A couple more things..
A photo shows a steel rod with threads on each end. It’s approximately 23 1/2” Length.
Second photo shows a bracket mount on the frame just under the steering box, what goes there?
Thanks...
Steve

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Re: 51 Pick-up no spark

Jim Bollman
 

You say the points are good. Do they just look good or did you file them? After a fhey years some times the points get a coating on them, they look good but they don't work unless you file the coating off.

On Apr 5, 2020, at 11:39 AM, HeBme2 via groups.io <HeBme2@...> wrote:

My Crosley has been in storage for 3 years.  I tried starting it but have no spark.  I cleaned up the connections, points are good but still no spark.  I am thinking it may be the coil.  Any thoughts?  Once I get it running I will be putting it up for sale.  Thanks  Jamie


Re: Identify parts

Gabriel Haddad
 

The threaded rod is your radiator support. Attaches from the firewall to the radiator bracket. 
The bracket on the frame is for pedal assembly springs.

On Sun, Apr 5, 2020, 12:08 PM Steve Perry <sperryfish@...> wrote:
A couple more things..
A photo shows a steel rod with threads on each end. It’s approximately 23 1/2” Length.
Second photo shows a bracket mount on the frame just under the steering box, what goes there?
Thanks...
Steve

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Re: Identify parts

Steve Perry
 

A couple more things..
A photo shows a steel rod with threads on each end. It’s approximately 23 1/2” Length.
Second photo shows a bracket mount on the frame just under the steering box, what goes there?
Thanks...
Steve


Re: 51 Pick-up no spark

Gabriel Haddad
 

Hi Jamie, 
Try a new condenser. Cheap and easy. 
Good luck. 

On Sun, Apr 5, 2020, 11:39 AM HeBme2 via groups.io <HeBme2=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:
My Crosley has been in storage for 3 years.  I tried starting it but have no spark.  I cleaned up the connections, points are good but still no spark.  I am thinking it may be the coil.  Any thoughts?  Once I get it running I will be putting it up for sale.  Thanks  Jamie


Re: 51 Pick-up no spark

Steve Perry
 

I’d say if you have 6V at the coil and your coil wire, rotor and cap look OK it is probably a good bet it’s the coil. I’d be interested in the truck when you decide.
Steve


On Apr 5, 2020, at 10:39 AM, HeBme2 via groups.io <HeBme2@...> wrote:

My Crosley has been in storage for 3 years.  I tried starting it but have no spark.  I cleaned up the connections, points are good but still no spark.  I am thinking it may be the coil.  Any thoughts?  Once I get it running I will be putting it up for sale.  Thanks  Jamie


51 Pick-up no spark

HeBme2@...
 

My Crosley has been in storage for 3 years.  I tried starting it but have no spark.  I cleaned up the connections, points are good but still no spark.  I am thinking it may be the coil.  Any thoughts?  Once I get it running I will be putting it up for sale.  Thanks  Jamie


Re: Identify parts

Steve Perry
 

OK.. Thanks
I have an idea of what I will need to fabricate.
I can see from the photos that the carb linkage attaches to the right outside of the carb. I can see a small linkage in the photos that attaches to the butterfly rod that extends out the back of the carb base. 

Thanks for all the help..
Steve


Re: Identify parts

Dennis Terdy
 

Steve. 
Here is my ‘47 coupe carb linkage (attached)
Dennis

On Sat, Apr 4, 2020 at 3:09 PM Spock Arnold via groups.io <tmkldwwj=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
How about this

On Apr 4, 2020 3:49 PM, Steve Perry <sperryfish@...> wrote:

Thanks all..
The short piece on the throttle linkage was welded on (photo). I’m thinking I can drill a couple holes in that piece and attach it to another piece that goes over to the carb. 
Can someone provide a photo of how that operates the carb? When you push the gas pedal it would rock that flange in an upward motion. But, the carb throttle rotates downward for more throttle (photo)..
Sorry for so many questions but there doesn’t seem to be much info on the internet or in the manual.
Steve



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Re: Identify parts

Spock Arnold
 

How about this

On Apr 4, 2020 3:49 PM, Steve Perry <sperryfish@...> wrote:

Thanks all..
The short piece on the throttle linkage was welded on (photo). I’m thinking I can drill a couple holes in that piece and attach it to another piece that goes over to the carb. 
Can someone provide a photo of how that operates the carb? When you push the gas pedal it would rock that flange in an upward motion. But, the carb throttle rotates downward for more throttle (photo)..
Sorry for so many questions but there doesn’t seem to be much info on the internet or in the manual.
Steve




Re: Identify parts

Steve Perry
 

And here are measurements for the spacer part
approx.. 1 1/16” L X 3/4” OD and 3/8” ID


Re: Identify parts

nadno1
 

Steve, not sure if this helps, this is how mine works with mycsrb style



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From: Steve Perry <sperryfish@...>
Date: 4/4/20 2:49 PM (GMT-06:00)
To: Crosley-Gang@groups.io
Subject: Re: [Crosley-Gang] Identify parts

Thanks all..
The short piece on the throttle linkage was welded on (photo). I’m thinking I can drill a couple holes in that piece and attach it to another piece that goes over to the carb. 
Can someone provide a photo of how that operates the carb? When you push the gas pedal it would rock that flange in an upward motion. But, the carb throttle rotates downward for more throttle (photo)..
Sorry for so many questions but there doesn’t seem to be much info on the internet or in the manual.
Steve



Re: Identify parts

Steve Perry
 

Thanks all..
The short piece on the throttle linkage was welded on (photo). I’m thinking I can drill a couple holes in that piece and attach it to another piece that goes over to the carb. 
Can someone provide a photo of how that operates the carb? When you push the gas pedal it would rock that flange in an upward motion. But, the carb throttle rotates downward for more throttle (photo)..
Sorry for so many questions but there doesn’t seem to be much info on the internet or in the manual.
Steve



Re: What to do with my 1946 crosley?

nadno1
 

Steve, this is what I did to remove the undercoat. I made 2 saw horses that would break apart easily, took about 4 guys to flip the car and set the horses up, then just used a heat gun and putty knife, went real good



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From: "Raymond via groups.io" <raymondjbz@...>
Date: 4/4/20 12:30 PM (GMT-06:00)
To: Crosley-Gang@groups.io
Subject: Re: [Crosley-Gang] What to do with my 1946 crosley?

I did a little work on the car today. I couldn't find the front brake drum and hardware in the buckets so Im gonna have to call around and order them Monday. The undercoating is going to be a nightmare to remove.


Re: Identify parts

Gabriel Haddad
 

The linkage on the left is part of the clutch assembly I think. The round rubber and curved part are parts to the door keepers.


On Sat, Apr 4, 2020, 11:04 AM Steve Perry <sperryfish@...> wrote:
Hello all...
When I got this car it was disassembled. I figured out quite a few parts and their installed locations. I have a few parts here (Photo) that I don’t know about. Maybe you guys have an idea..
Thanks,
Steve

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Re: Identify parts

Spock Arnold
 

Steve 
    Yes on The pins. Avail at hardware store.  The arm on your throttle linkage has been cut or broken off. Needs to be much longer. At the end is a ball that connects to a junction piece with openings on each end.  One end to the ball on the linkage, the other to the ball on the accelerator on your carb.  Not sure what the other part is. 

On Apr 4, 2020 12:40 PM, Steve Perry <sperryfish@...> wrote:

That’s great..
I don’t see a cut-out on a Super Sports for the door stop?
I assume I’ll need a couple of the correct size pins(like the one in the photo) to attach the clutch linkage?
In the other photo I have the throttle linkage and some sort of latch?
Can someone tell me if the throttle linkage is correct and what does it take to get over to the Carter WO Carb?
Thanks again..
Steve



Re: What to do with my 1946 crosley?

Raymond
 

I did a little work on the car today. I couldn't find the front brake drum and hardware in the buckets so Im gonna have to call around and order them Monday. The undercoating is going to be a nightmare to remove.