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426 marine
Jason Rhoades <Jason@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>: Jan 05 08:04PM -0500

So I chanced to snag a 426 marine application engine 516 heads. Bla bla bla. Any way. Had mechanical cam and adjustable rockers. Basically got it for free as guy had tossed it out side. ...more
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welcome new member - 1963 Plymouth Sport Fury
"Gary H." <62to65mopar@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Jan 06 01:01AM

Welcome to the '62 to '65 Mopar Mail List Clubhouse Charles!
Below is his introduction.
Gary H.
MOPAR guy since 1960, have had several !! Latest is 63 Plymouth Sport Fury ...more
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Part number
Richard Kinsley <leroar.kinsley058@xxxxxxxxx>: Jan 05 02:29PM -0600

I lost track of the part number for the t-stat by-pass hose to use with the
new Poly SS-X intake manifold. I know Rick used one and Roland found
Rich Kinsley '64 Dodge Polara 4dr LeRoar ...more
"David M. Nielsen" <davidmnielsen@xxxxxxxxx>: Jan 05 12:36PM -0800

I think it is Napa 11129. I had saved an image of a by-pass hose without reference but I think it was from Rick.
"Hall, Ricky L" <ricky.l.hall@xxxxxxxxxx>: Jan 05 08:55PM

By-pass hose (makes two), 3/4” ID Gates 19610
From: 1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of David M. Nielsen
Sent: Tuesday, January 05, 2016 ...more
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Understanding Mopar timing
MO <micher@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>: Jan 04 09:45PM -0800

Hey Ollie, thats a new one on me. How do you do timeing with a vacume
guage? Will that method work with any cam and
On Wednesday, December 30, 2015 at ...more
Richard Kinsley <leroar.kinsley058@xxxxxxxxx>: Jan 04 11:50PM -0600

Actually it's the only way. Timing lights are based on specs which are
irrelevant to most of our vehicles. Adjusting the timing to run the best
with the aid of a vac gauge is the answer. ...more
<62-65-mail-list-club@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Jan 05 08:41AM -0600

Visit http://1962to1965mopar.ornocar.com/techstuff.html and search for the term vacuum gauge. There are tips and a link there. To search that page (in a browser on Windows) hold the Ctrl key down and ...more
Butch Edison <waedison21@xxxxxxxxx>: Jan 05 06:38PM

Thanks Gary. I need to spend more time on the tech section. A lot of good
info there.
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1-2016 Mopar of the Month | wanted
Cory Rempel <Cory_383@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Jan 05 06:16AM

Does this mean that y'all are looking at unfinished but still nice cars? If so, I wouldn't mind mine being January cuz it's my birth month. I could have a write up about it by tomorrow night. ...more
Richard Kinsley <leroar.kinsley058@xxxxxxxxx>: Jan 05 08:34AM -0600

Are they ever finished?
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Coolant overflow bottle
MO <micher@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>: Jan 04 10:00PM -0800

If you have a coolant recovery system, wouldn't that work as an overflow
tank? ......................MO
On Tuesday, December 29, 2015 at 4:14:10 PM UTC-6, Douglas Sutherland wrote:
Bill Watson <chrycoman@xxxxxxxxx>: Jan 04 11:44PM -0800

The coolant recovery system is an overflow tank.
When the coolant gets hot and expands, the coolant flows into the
recovery/overflow tank. When the engine cools down, the coolant is drawn ...more
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