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So, I waited too long
What do you want for it knowing that rebuilding cost will be up there? Just not sure if its worth it. I'll cover shipping to Malta, New York...
When it comes to brakes DO NOT modify the system! I can't say it enough, carefully investigate everything. Have second pair of eyes with you while...
Roger that Mike, need magnifiers at every turn. Can't get up from a creeper anymore so I have to find someone with a lift. Tough to get old.
Sorry Mike, not familiar with the manual system.
Give me a little bit to get it for you. This rod is for a Midland-Ross booster.
As an aircraft mechanic I couldn't let my self adjust anything or add something that was never installed by the factory.
I had to look at...
A story was told to me a long time ago from a guy who was in the know. When it came to the assembly line and they went to the bin to grab a part...
Just noticed the the teardrop end of the pushrod was up. I think it should be facing downward. Correct?
Understood, I'm thinking it must be in the M/C for some reason it's not returning completely. That's why I have to pull back on the pedal for the...
The push rod has been adjusted to .0020 clearance.
Thinking of doing that same thing, the old M/C was leaking into the booster, that's the reason for replacement. New parts from suppliers are...
The switch has been a factory set for 48 years, if I pull the pedal back they go off. Always worked fine prior to M/C & booster replacement.
Purchased a DMBC 10 from Summit.
Sorry, doesn't sound like the correct solution
Just replaced the M/C and rebuilt booster (from Booster Dewey) and now brake light remain on until I pull the pedal back. The pushrod was set with...
Kim, if you could check the ohms reading for me that would be great.
You don't happen to have a fuel tank sending unit?
Can't disagree with you there. Part has the the star! I wonder if it reads 73 ohms at empty and 10 ohms at full?
The OEM are out there but they're for B & E bodies. I will be very grateful if you will check your inventory that for me.
Thanks very much, Jack
What I have found since throwing mine out years ago along with the OEM tank. I purchased one like you have only to have it not read properly. In...
Darn it, that's an aftermarket unit. The aftermarket sending units will never give a correct fuel level indication.Looking for this OEM one...
You could be right, there's the small vent tube on the top of the tank above sender.
So your tank is a 18 then, the sender should be the same. Just not sure why 70/71 tanks are different than 71-76?
I found that the US 1970 Duster had a 18 gallon tank and the Canadian Duster had a 15 gallon tank. That doesn't make any sense to me.
It appears 70-71 tanks are different than the 71-76 tanks. My guess is fuel capacity.
Mine is a 73, should be the the same tank size I believe
Found any those tanks Kim?