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You measured the rod?
I drilled a pilot hole into the lead and used a small lag bolt. I'll try and dig some pics up
Just get an AGM battery from a parts store. Shop for the best price and no more worries of acid spills or corrosion.
Yes and make sure the antenna is in.
But it smells so good :lol:
Ray you have allot more undercoat on yours than mine did.
Dog pile LOL
[ATTACH] Before under coat. There is a gasket against the fender and the one you see on top .
Depends, power drum or power disc.
The fan above is used with a clutch, note the large hole. in 69 they also used a fixed fan 18" part #2863224 with a spacer you want the fan...
This. https://www.classicindustries.com/product/1969/plymouth/roadrunner/parts/mp71012.html and this...
Happy ending. If the new one acts up in a short period of time check the rod behind the pump for length, they do wear out.
Old switches will get stuck just beyond the run position after starting and not much if anything works is why I asked
Do the turn signals do the same?