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  • #14284

    deucephaeton
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    Thanks…. I see it………………..:/

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    #14248

    deucephaeton
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    Do you have and extra shifter?

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    #14196

    deucephaeton
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    Fix it.

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    #13844

    deucephaeton
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    Good feedback gents…
    Keep it up.

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    #13834

    deucephaeton
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    I’d rather have original dash parts.
    I’m not finding brackets at those places so that is why I’m asking here. I may need to fab stuff along the way.. Can do.

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    #11524

    deucephaeton
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    Thanks. I’ll check them both..
    Anybody else.

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    #11425

    deucephaeton
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    Thanks,
    I’ll do that.

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    #11275

    deucephaeton
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    Any problems using the hydro cross-member in the 4-speed conversion?

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    #11177

    deucephaeton
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    Here’s the link

    http://www.barrett-jackson.com/Events/Event/Details/1962-OLDSMOBILE-JETFIRE-185796

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    #10809

    deucephaeton
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    I have the old mounts still on the cross member but they are brittle. I could use them and replace later. Something that may help, If you are decent with drawing and dimensioning I could duplicate them myself. Also I would need to know about how hard they are. Material like plastics and rubbers can be gauged on a duromter scale.
    If you go to this page
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shore_durometer
    read down a bit and there is a chart of some common items and their durometer. Pick something close and with the dimensions I think I can come up with something that will work.
    Even if you just take some pictures I may be able to pull this off.
    Thanks for your effort.
    Brian

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