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1963 Chrysler Imperail - $1000
<62-65-mail-list-club@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Jan 19 04:00PM -0600

Not mine.
 
A friend let me know about this Imperial for sale. OBO I bet. It would be a cool project for a street rod / resto-limo. It is not worth a restoration to stock effort, in my 2c. ...more
Jason Rhoades <Jason@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>: Jan 19 04:58PM -0500

Ihave a running 62 newyorker 413 unfotunatly the block has a crack but it runs and drives and is restorable if interested contact me directly.
Jason@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
jason
 
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Suspension Removal Questions
george smith <bt6t4@xxxxxxxxx>: Jan 19 01:21AM

ould just be old and rusty like some of us here. be patient. It will come.
 
George
 
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On Mon, 1/18/16, Nico Over <nover2@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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Nico Over <nover2@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Jan 19 05:05AM -0600

No it s the idler arm stuck in the K member mount. Thanks Nico

 
On 01/18/16, Hall, Ricky L wrote:
 







 

 
 
Do you mean the pitman arm? It just takes a simple inexpensive ...more
Nico Over <nover2@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Jan 19 05:06AM -0600

Sawzall, Good idea, might try that today. Thanks Nico

 
On 01/18/16, Bill Parker wrote:
 
 
Sawzall?...if the blade can slip in between the arm and the frame hopefully a bi-metal blade will cut ...more
Jimmy Peavy <peaver63@xxxxxxxxx>: Jan 19 07:33AM -0600

The question was the idler arm, not the pittman arm.
Am I correct?
 
Jimmy
 
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"Hall, Ricky L" <ricky.l.hall@xxxxxxxxxx>: Jan 19 01:51PM

You unbolted the 2 bolts and removed them?
 
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From: 1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Nico Over
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Bill M <y1topbanana73@xxxxxxxxx>: Jan 19 10:19AM -0500

Harbor Freight has a really good three fingered puller. Put that on there,
apply some pressure, and then put some heat on the other arm. It should let
loose with a bang.
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Nico Over <nover2@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Jan 19 09:56AM -0600

All bolts removed, complete suspension is out except idler arm, broke the ear off one of the pullers I have, (looked what Gary H sent a pic of) getting the pitman arm off. Hopefully Bill's suggestion ...more
Nico Over <nover2@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Jan 19 09:57AM -0600

correct

 
On 01/19/16, Jimmy Peavy wrote:
 
The question was the idler arm, not the pittman arm.
Am I correct?
 
Jimmy
 
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Richard Kinsley <leroar.kinsley058@xxxxxxxxx>: Jan 19 10:25AM -0600

Use some solid item such as a medium sledge or big chunk of iron on one
side of the mount and then hit the other side with a hammer so the joint is
wedged between the two bfh's.
A nice crisp whack ...more
"Hall, Ricky L" <ricky.l.hall@xxxxxxxxxx>: Jan 19 05:09PM

A simple 2 leg puller and a little heat will do it. If not – leave the nut on just flush – heat the metal it mounts into (K-member) – and apply BFH to nut.........
 
 
 
No way will a sawsall ...more
Akron Don <dongallimore@xxxxxxx>: Jan 19 12:54PM -0500

Make sure you let us know what works. You're not the only one who's faced this problem. Me, for one.
 
 
Akron Don
 
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"jhanlon1903 ." <jhanlon1903@xxxxxxxxx>: Jan 19 03:54PM -0500

I have used the BF double Hammer method, that has always worked for me.
good luck
 
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<62-65-mail-list-club@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Jan 19 03:52PM -0600

https://youtu.be/PJyZhV9bl7k?t=11m5s shows a guy who built a custom puller for his application -- and how stubborn removal can be!
 
Gary H.
 
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