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Friday puzzlers 2-5-2016
<62-65-mail-list-club@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Feb 05 07:36AM -0600

Happy Friday all,
Below are links to ads in which I found at least one thing puzzlingly interesting, ironic or funny in the description or the photos. See the note in brackets quoting the ad; my ...more
furyus63@xxxxxxxxxxx: Feb 05 11:51PM

The '64 Dodge Polara 500 Max Wedge with Tri-Y manifolds I guess is worth what anyone is willing to pay for it. I've seen this car twice and it is special. Even the left inner fender well is factory ...more
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Welcome new member - 1966 Fury wagon
62to65mopar <62to65mopar@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Feb 05 03:09PM -0800

Welcome new member Roel!
Below is his introduction.
Gary H.
I have a '66 Fury wagon 318 poly and would like to join you guys for
information and help ...more
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Left or Right
James Hunt <jshunt41@xxxxxxxxx>: Feb 05 03:49AM -0800

Hello everyone,
While going through the assorted parts that came with my car, there are 2
sets of OEM lug nuts (there are Mags on the car), .
They are labeled Left and Right
I have a slow leak on ...more
Christopher Glick <mrchristopher1@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Feb 05 12:15PM

Drivers side are left thread. So rightty loosey, lefty tighty.. Only for those.
Christopher Glick
----- Original Message -----
From: James Hunt <jshunt41@xxxxxxxxx>
To: The 1962 to 1965 ...more
Doug <dougdaniel50@xxxxxxxxx>: Feb 05 01:10PM

righty tighty lefty loosey  unless you have a left hand thread  then its lefty tighty righty to loosen
From: James Hunt <jshunt41@xxxxxxxxx>
To: The 1962 to 1965 Mopar Mail List Clubhouse ...more
Richard Kinsley <leroar.kinsley058@xxxxxxxxx>: Feb 05 08:37AM -0600

The right side is normal ie " lefty losey " and the driver side turns cw
to loosen.
Dodger7998@xxxxxxx: Feb 05 10:32AM -0500

Loosen in the direction of rotation?
NO, loosen in opposite direction of rotation,,,,,,left side is
left,,,,,,,,check your mag nuts carefully, there is usually an "L" stamped on the nuts ...more
JimJablonski <groovinjim@xxxxxxx>: Feb 05 08:41AM -0800

It's funny how a lack of confidence prevents me from jumping into some of
these threads. By my logic I always thought the reason for the LH threads
was to allow the rotation of the wheel to ...more
"Hall, Ricky L" <ricky.l.hall@xxxxxxxxxx>: Feb 05 04:59PM

If you want to be less entertained and just informed – skip to the last page...........
The Mystery of Left-Hand Lug Nuts
Bill Watson <chrycoman@xxxxxxxxx>: Feb 05 11:12AM -0800

It all makes sense.
1970 was the last year of left hand threads on the left side. It was also
the last year you could not lock your keys in the car, at least not
easily. You couldn't press the ...more
James Hunt <jshunt41@xxxxxxxxx>: Feb 05 06:07PM -0500

Thanks everyone. Great article Ricky, my train of thought was the same as
for spinners:"Generally, the driver-side hubs and spinners are threaded so
clockwise rotation of the spinner tightens the ...more
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new swap meet ads
<62-65-mail-list-club@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Feb 05 09:16AM -0600

Hello all,
The February swap meet update is online. Below are the 3 new listings. To see photos, go to
http://1962to1965mopar.ornocar.com/swapmeetcurrent.pdf and scroll to page 2.
David <torquechap@xxxxxxxxx>: Feb 05 01:42PM -0500

Hi All,
What's the cheapest way to ship something 2.5' X 1.5' that weighs 28lbs? UPS Ground? (Not interested in using Greyhound due to logistics.)
Richard Kinsley <leroar.kinsley058@xxxxxxxxx>: Feb 05 02:47PM -0600

Of course it matters how far but today I just mailed an efi intake from
Omaha to Washington state. It was 25x19x10 and weighed 31lbs. I insured it
for $475 and sent it plain old ground via FedEx for ...more
John Knox <cj6cj8@xxxxxxxxx>: Feb 05 03:29PM -0600

FedEx is your best bet at that size and weight.
On Feb 5, 2016 2:47 PM, "Richard Kinsley" <leroar.kinsley058@xxxxxxxxx>
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Strut Rod Bushing Question
Nico Over <nover2@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Feb 05 12:07PM -0600

All, is anyone running poly strut rod bushings on their cars? If so who did you get them from? I have tried 2 different sets from 2 different vendors and neither inner sleeve fit the strut rod on my ...more
Richard Kinsley <leroar.kinsley058@xxxxxxxxx>: Feb 05 12:11PM -0600

It's been quite awhile but I got mine from Performance Suspension out of
Phoenix but mine is a '64. I used the poly/urethane style.
"Hall, Ricky L" <ricky.l.hall@xxxxxxxxxx>: Feb 05 06:33PM

I have Moog K7039 on my '62 - didn’t want the added vibration - but I bet Moog would reply with dimensions............. Tried the one piece bullet shaped '62 bushings first, LOL.
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Dom Dulmage Old Reliable
<62-65-mail-list-club@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Feb 04 08:08PM -0600

Thanks Doug. Some people like to argue more than others. I don't recall the 413 opinion disagreement. But I agree, whatever the full exit cause was, the result is the same. We miss his input and he ...more
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Classic/Collectible Car Insurance
<62-65-mail-list-club@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Feb 04 07:51PM -0600

Thanks. Sounds like a good company. Their web site http://barlowinsurance.net/classicc.php indicates *CA ONLY* Not available in all states. True?
Gary H.

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Not mine
Bob Faunce <bobsbelvedere@xxxxxxxxx>: Feb 04 08:35PM -0500

Maybe some repeats
63 Dart wagon nice looking car with sad wheels
Low mileage 65 Sport Fury ...more
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