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    jensenracing77
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    I can’t find the washer jar part number for the Jetfire in the 72 parts book. Does anyone know if it is the same on a Cutlass and f-85? I did not think it was but not sure. The original I have has a number molded into it and I think it is the part number. Can anyone confirm this? 583347 is the number molded into it.

    I am looking for a nice one if anyone has one they want to sell.

    #11792
    JimNoel
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    Here are the 1962 and 63 parts book pages for washer jars. The 1962 book shows the F-85 jar number 583347, same as on my jar too. 63 book # is different but the listing implies a different number for F-85’s. The 1962 style 583347 jar has a large “cut-out” on one side to accommodate the optional air conditioning line passing through the core support.

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    #11796
    jensenracing77
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    Thanks Jim! Now, does anyone have one sitting around they will let go of? I would consider any that will hold fluid. The one on our 4 speed car is busted.

    #11797
    young_olds
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    i used to have a few, next time im in my storage ill see what i have

    #11798
    jensenracing77
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    That would be great! Let me know what you find.

    #11799
    young_olds
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    I hope to get out there on sunday. btw it was a no go on that parts jetfire so no differential, sorry

    #11800
    jensenracing77
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    [quote quote=11799]I hope to get out there on sunday. btw it was a no go on that parts jetfire so no differential, sorry

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    No problem. I added .090 shims behind each spider gears and added some 140 gear oil to take up even more space between all the shims I had to add. That will get me by till I can find another one. At least we can drive the car this way.

    #11804
    young_olds
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    i sent you a pm on classic olds about the washer bottle

    #11806
    62cutlassconvert
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    We have two styles on the two 62 Cutlass converts, both shaped the same but one has Oldsmobile molded in and one does not.

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