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Re: Super Sports doors for sale

Butch
 

Dale,

Please make tracings of both of them for me.

Thanks,

Butch

On 6/30/2019 4:31 PM, dalef62 wrote:
Which shift lever do you need??? I have made both the PTO in/out lever and the hi/lol shifter lever.?? I will be bringing a set for President Dave that I made, maybe you can trace the one you need and have it made??? Not real hard.????
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Re: Starter questions

Andy Farley
 

This is the information that they provided for the Farmall Bendix that I bought.

Delco Starter Drive Farmall A B C H M & Super s MTA W4 W6 100 140 300 340 400

Re: Starter questions

Jim Bollman
 

Thanks

On Jun 30, 2019, at 6:31 PM, Andy Farley <farleya1@...> wrote:

This is the information that they provided for the Farmall Bendix that I bought.

Delco Starter Drive Farmall A B C H M & Super s MTA W4 W6 100 140 300 340 400


Re: Super Sports doors for sale

Rapkathy@...
 

I need the PTO in/out lever. If you make tracings, I would appreciate a copy, that would do the job for me.

What's on your packing list for Wauseon?

Tom Gerhard
 

I attended last year for the first time, but this'll be my first time bringing a car to an event like this.
Aside from the obvious basic set of tools, what's on your packing list? 

Re: What's on your packing list for Wauseon?

dalef62
 

Food and money!  I figure anything that breaks on my Crosley can be fixed with either one of those.  There are enough people there to help fix most problems on a Crosley.  If not eat more!

Re: What's on your packing list for Wauseon?

Jim Bollman
 

I bring a jug of 50:50 antifreeze, an extra quart of oil and a spray can of Seafoam carb cleaner.

On Jun 30, 2019, at 9:30 PM, Tom Gerhard <tom@...> wrote:

I attended last year for the first time, but this'll be my first time bringing a car to an event like this.
Aside from the obvious basic set of tools, what's on your packing list? 

Re: What's on your packing list for Wauseon?

Bob H.
 

I've not been to the meet before. I figure I'll bring some bag chairs. Is there room for ez-ups or the like?

-Bob

On Sun, Jun 30, 2019, 9:50 PM Jim Bollman <Jim@...> wrote:
I bring a jug of 50:50 antifreeze, an extra quart of oil and a spray can of Seafoam carb cleaner.

On Jun 30, 2019, at 9:30 PM, Tom Gerhard <tom@...> wrote:

I attended last year for the first time, but this'll be my first time bringing a car to an event like this.
Aside from the obvious basic set of tools, what's on your packing list? 

New Crosley seat covers

Ron D.
 

I have a 49 sedan, that the mice destroyed the seat covers and padding. I repainted the frames, and put on new springs. Now I need new covers. I emailed Jerry 6 months ago, with no response. Will anyone be selling new sets at the show? 

Re: What's on your packing list for Wauseon?

Spock Arnold
 

Bob there is room for them but not on the show field.  In the  camping area yes.   Chairs for sitting around.   As far as the car, you dont have to bring much...but the car.  You can find a out everything else you may need.  

On Jun 30, 2019 10:14 PM, "Bob H." <bob@...> wrote:
I've not been to the meet before. I figure I'll bring some bag chairs. Is there room for ez-ups or the like?

-Bob

On Sun, Jun 30, 2019, 9:50 PM Jim Bollman <Jim@...> wrote:
I bring a jug of 50:50 antifreeze, an extra quart of oil and a spray can of Seafoam carb cleaner.

On Jun 30, 2019, at 9:30 PM, Tom Gerhard <tom@...> wrote:

I attended last year for the first time, but this'll be my first time bringing a car to an event like this.
Aside from the obvious basic set of tools, what's on your packing list? 


Re: New Crosley seat covers

Spock Arnold
 

I think fixitall will be in attendance as will Tim Hamblin.  I doubt that either one will be bringing any finished seat covers. Fixitall is bringing a set of restored seats.  I'm sure both would take orders and have quick turnover.  There is also the possibility of finding used sets in the flea market.
  

On Jun 30, 2019 10:17 PM, "Ron D." <rdole417@...> wrote:
I have a 49 sedan, that the mice destroyed the seat covers and padding. I repainted the frames, and put on new springs. Now I need new covers. I emailed Jerry 6 months ago, with no response. Will anyone be selling new sets at the show? 

Re: New Crosley seat covers

Plandersen
 

Like I said he is slow.  When I get mine together I will send picts.  He even put a real glass window in my convertible top.  Very talented.  Kent

Kent Andersen, YVIAA District Director
PO Box 364
Royal City, WA  99357

Phone 509-346-1500
Fax 509-346-1540
Cell 509-760-5881
Email pkandersen@...





On Jun 30, 2019, at 7:17 PM, Ron D. <rdole417@...> wrote:

I have a 49 sedan, that the mice destroyed the seat covers and padding. I repainted the frames, and put on new springs. Now I need new covers. I emailed Jerry 6 months ago, with no response. Will anyone be selling new sets at the show? 

July Crosley of the Month

Jim Bollman
 

Here is the latest CotM. 

http://crosleyautoclub.com/

Don't forget the Crosley Nationals are coming up real fast in Wauseon Ohio. Hope to see a lot of you next week.

CD Complete Quarters For Sale

Barry Smedley
 

I have a couple of CD complete quarters for sale if anybody is interested They are in very good shape I can bring them to Wauseon.

 

   Barry Smedley

 

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Subject: [Crosley-Gang] July Crosley of the Month

 

Here is the latest CotM. 

http://crosleyautoclub.com/

Don't forget the Crosley Nationals are coming up real fast in Wauseon Ohio. Hope to see a lot of you next week.

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For Sale: 1950 Crosley CD 18-wheeler

Jim Bollman
 

Fellow Crosley-Gang member's 1950 Crosley 18-wheeler was selected as Hemmings "Find of the Day". Frank, the owner, mentioned on the message board it was for sale back in May but figured I would give it a bump since Hemmings did. Lots of nice pictures and a history of a very unique Crosley.
https://www.hemmings.com/blog/2019/06/30/hemmings-find-of-the-day-1950-crosley-cd-18-wheeler/

Speedometer cable into transmission

Andy Farley
 

Ok, I'm stuck., My speedometer doesn't work and I can't figure out how to remove the speedo cable at the transmission. Initially the speedo jumped then stopped working. Just trying to fix it. 

Re: Speedometer cable into transmission

Barry Smedley
 

Take the cover off of the shifter all you need is a 7/16 wrench, you can get I from underneath also once you get the bolt and clamp off you might have to tug on it a bit.

 

   Barry smedley

 

From: Crosley-Gang@groups.io [mailto:Crosley-Gang@groups.io] On Behalf Of Andy Farley
Sent: Monday, July 01, 2019 12:32 PM
To: Crosley-Gang@groups.io
Subject: [Crosley-Gang] Speedometer cable into transmission

 

Ok, I'm stuck., My speedometer doesn't work and I can't figure out how to remove the speedo cable at the transmission. Initially the speedo jumped then stopped working. Just trying to fix it. 

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Re: Speedometer cable into transmission

Saltsgaver, Mike
 

A jump might mean a bad thing.  Many old speedometers have a brass driven member into which the cable inserts into.  Over time the lubrication dries out and that driven member tries to stick in it’s bore.  The speedo cable will start to wrap up, storing a lot of torsional energy.  If your lucky, the cable breaks…..if not, the brass driven member will finally break free from being stuck and will “over spin” the speedo & will break the shaft onto which the needle is attached.  I’ve had this happen a couple of times on Studebakers & Kaisers.  Both times the speedo put out a loud squeal & the needled jumped around but it broke before I could get pulled off the side of the road.



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Re: Speedometer cable into transmission

L.E. Hardee
 

The inner speedometer cable removes from the top only.  You disconnect the cable under the dash at the speedometer and just pull the inner cable out.  The outer cable is attached at the transmission by a clamp held on by one bolt.  After removing the outer cable, the speedometer gear can be removed for inspection or replacement.  The inner cable goes back in from the top side under the dash.  My experience was that the inner cable goes in easy until you get to the last few inches.  I had to twist the cable and push repeatedly until I got the right combination for the cable to insert itself into the speedometer gear.  The outer cable has a hard bend near the transmission to miss the car floor.  This is where most cables break.  That was such a problem on the VC's that a guide was added to clamp over the outer cable to maintain a minimum radius to reduce the stress on the inner cable.  A lot of people just drill a hole in the VC transmission hump and route the cable straight up to the back of the speedometer without bending under the floor and going into the engine compartment. 

When you replace the inner cable, most mechanics suggest you only lube the lower 1/3 of it.  If you lube the top of the cable, the excess grease can drip out on your legs as you drive. 


On Mon, Jul 1, 2019 at 12:31 PM Andy Farley <farleya1@...> wrote:
Ok, I'm stuck., My speedometer doesn't work and I can't figure out how to remove the speedo cable at the transmission. Initially the speedo jumped then stopped working. Just trying to fix it. 

Starting Problems in Morning

Bud Martin
 

My 47 sedan has a issue starting in the morning after sitting overnight - It rums well once I do get it started - did a tune-up - it has a spark and when pulling the fuel line it pumps

Any suggestions Bud