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Flow Kooler water pump
howard cox <gto64gto@xxxxxxxx>: Mar 19 11:47PM -0400

I set timing at 15 degrees. I have no vacuum leaks, I checked intake and carb it a propane torch. I am running a Mopar 7 blade flex fan. It's the same fan I ran before the changes I made and I didn't ...more
Jimmy Peavy <peaver63@xxxxxxxxx>: Mar 20 07:40AM -0500

I've used them. I didn't notice much difference.
<62-65-mail-list-club@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Mar 20 09:11AM -0500

When is it overheating? Idle? All the time? Did you confirm the gauge reading is accurate?
2C: Before you buy parts, figure out if it is a water or air flow issue.
WaterWetter® See: ...more
"Paul L. http://1962to1965mopar.ornocar.org/ml-le" <pjlenn@xxxxxxxxx>: Mar 20 10:36AM -0700

I've had moderate overheating problems with my 440 both before and after
bumping the CR to @ 9.5. It mainly runs hot in town and is OK on the
highway. I installed a higher flow water pump and it ...more
"jhanlon1903 ." <jhanlon1903@xxxxxxxxx>: Mar 20 03:01PM -0400

i installed a clutch fan in my 64 Polara poly. the clutch was the same as
the spacer used on the orig. fan. put a seven blade mopar fan? in and it
cooled somewhat better, I have a new alum. rad. ...more
george smith <bt6t4@xxxxxxxxx>: Mar 20 10:30PM

Saw the damage a flex does when a blade breaks. Not pretty. Feel comfortable with the stock 7 blade.
On Sat, 3/19/16, John Waskiewicz ...more
Richard Kinsley <leroar.kinsley058@xxxxxxxxx>: Mar 20 06:31PM -0500

I have always used flex fans. I am very uncomfortable with the fluid drive
style. They are very heavy and it's been my experience that they can get
out of balance and destroy water pumps. ...more
Bill M <y1topbanana73@xxxxxxxxx>: Mar 20 07:40PM -0400

I've personally never had any issues with a clutch fan in 30 years of
driving. I HAVE had a flexible fan explode and put a dent in my hood. I'll
never use them again. My $0.02
On Mar 20, 2016 7:31 ...more
John Knox <cj6cj8@xxxxxxxxx>: Mar 20 08:01PM -0500

I would rather end up with a damaged water pump than go through an exploded
flex fan again.
The most important word in the English language is "why?"
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Firm Feel
Doug J <63sprtfury@xxxxxxxxx>: Mar 20 07:01PM -0500

So, finally dry enough to get the 63 out after replacing the steering chuck
with a Firm Feel stage 3 chuck. Also added the sector support kit, and
their pitman arm. Also rebuilt the connector pot. ...more
John Knox <cj6cj8@xxxxxxxxx>: Mar 20 07:58PM -0500

Put an alignment and real tires on it.
The most important word in the English language is "why?"
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1964 Dodge 330 two door sedan For Sale
<62-65-mail-list-club@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Mar 20 09:40AM -0500

Passing this lead along. You don't see too many of these for sale anymore.
All I know about it is what the seller wrote.
Gary H.
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Dash Restoration
ALIENVOICE@xxxxxxx: Mar 19 10:25PM -0400

My dash was too far gone. Not just cracks, but a heaving dried mess of
cracks and holes that was a hassle to remove. There was no way it could be
restored. I will go without one, I guess. ...more
James Morgan <jwm1969@xxxxxxx>: Mar 20 02:53AM

I used "Just Dashes" for my '63 Fury.....
 James W. Morgan
From: ALIENVOICE via The 1962 to 1965 Mopar Mail List Clubhouse ...more
Bill Parker <hemirr@xxxxxxxxx>: Mar 20 08:54AM -0400

That price of $350 compares very favorably with what Just Dashes charges. Which the quote I got from them for the little eyebrow above the gauge panel on my '62 was $650.
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