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    “Exxon Valdez oil spill” leak or a drip? What was...

    “Exxon Valdez oil spill” leak or a drip? What was the reason someone told you replacing the shift seal wouldn’t fix the leak?

    There’s a smaller seal for the TV (kick down) lever that might be bad....
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    You might consider 1 or 2 heat ranges colder for...

    You might consider 1 or 2 heat ranges colder for your higher compression.

    The R5670-5 (#2298) racing plug would be considered a stock heat range plug for a 440.

    The R5670-6 would be one step...
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    Here's one possibility:...

    Here's one possibility: http://www.evanswiring.com/catalog.htm

    I've ordered components from him but not a harness.
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    According to my source, 4934 is the 10,000 day...

    According to my source, 4934 is the 10,000 day calendar date code for Jan. 30, 1975.
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    There's more unchecked activity from spammers...

    There's more unchecked activity from spammers than legitimate members right now....
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    Thanks - yes, 8.75" diff.

    Thanks - yes, 8.75" diff.
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    ...and the idler contacted the corner of the pan...

    ...and the idler contacted the corner of the pan as it swung by on a turn.
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    Had to dimple my pan at the spot indicated....

    Had to dimple my pan at the spot indicated. Didn't take much.
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    EV2

    EV2
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    Welcome! You have chosen well, my friend.

    Welcome! You have chosen well, my friend.
  11. You could also check with Restoration...

    You could also check with Restoration Specialties. They have lots of Chrysler specific clips. (Browse pages 161-166 of their catalog). I have it here if you want to download their catalog:...
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    Like Rocco suggested, the

    Like Rocco suggested, the <1" MC's will require less leg effort on a manual brake car. The 1-1/32" one I have is pretty firm and definitely requires more leg than the smaller 15/16" one I've tried.
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    Nice! That sure looks like a potential winner....

    Nice! That sure looks like a potential winner. Let us know when it arrives.
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    Nice work!

    Nice work!
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    Sorry, motor is installed. No visible part...

    Sorry, motor is installed. No visible part number. They were "found" in a warehouse so I don't know if Siemens would have anything like it now unless it was old stock on a shelf somewhere. Bolt...
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    Responded to your question on the other board...

    Responded to your question on the other board but, in short, if not a rope seal I'd consider the Viton main and side seals over the common rubber replacement.
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    Like I said, I don't have a source now. There was...

    Like I said, I don't have a source now. There was a guy who bought a handful of Siemens motors that happened to have the right dimensions. He was reselling and I got one. That was a long time ago. It...
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    If necessary, a short motor will provide a "lots"...

    If necessary, a short motor will provide a "lots" of clearance.
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    Right - valve cover choice assume stockish heads....

    Right - valve cover choice assume stockish heads. Aftermarket aluminum covers will generally interfere. You've got to use a shorter motor, move the motor (...
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    Interference will depend on your choice of valve...

    Interference will depend on your choice of valve covers.
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    I don't think a 933 pan ('74 and up C-Body) is...

    I don't think a 933 pan ('74 and up C-Body) is going to give you clearance where you need it.

    http://www.440source.com/1001067.jpg

    The pan generally needs the notch and if the idler contacts...
  22. In your case I'd think you'd get more "thump" out...

    In your case I'd think you'd get more "thump" out if it with a cam swap. What wrong with using the 906 heads it came with?
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    Couple things to check: Check continuity of...

    Couple things to check:

    Check continuity of the dark blue (no tracers) between the cluster plug and six pin electrical plug behind the driver side kick panel. That plug and harness feeds the rear...
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    So which sender wire are you referring to? Have...

    So which sender wire are you referring to? Have you checked the wire for continuity between the dash and sender? Dash to bulkhead? Bulkhead to sender?

    I got my indicators from Painless but they...
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    Dark Blue w/tracer = Ign-on, +12v Dark Blue =...

    Dark Blue w/tracer = Ign-on, +12v

    Dark Blue = Fuel sender

    Violet = Temp Sender

    Orange = Instrument Lights

    Red = High Beam Indicator
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