I had an early failure of one of those miserable K-H units after rebuild by a San Jose rebuilder. They admitted to having had a problem with the material in the diaphragm purchased from another vendor. They rebuilt it at no charge with supposedly better material. Talk to them. I’m guessing they will stand behind their work and that the diaphragm is not that hard to replace but never tried it.
Would anyone be interested in a 489 rear end that we removed from a 300 B----also I have 2 powerflites---I think late 53--54--55---most likely from a Dodge or Plymouth----I was told one was rebuilt---is clean and was painted----other is very greasy--no charge on the tranny's------also is the letter sent to dealers from Chrysler Corp. on the C300 engine----with timing specs.---specs. for setting lifters ,ect. common ?---I have an original letter sent to the dealer here in Ohio--where the low mileage C300 was sold---and I have dealt with a booster rebuilder in San Jose for around 20 years or so---mostly the 55 Kelsey Hayes units----had good success with them until about 2 years ago----I have had around 5 or 6 failures lately----can someone recommend another rebuilder they have had good luck with ?--THANKS----Johnnie Slayton
Posted by: "Rich Barber" <c300@xxxxxxx>
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