Reproduction Parts for 1916-1964 Chevrolet Passenger Cars & 1918-1987 Chevrolet & GMC Trucks

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Mechanical - Engine, Trans, etc Jump to new posts
33 Chevy Master Transmission Clyde33 12/01/23 04:03 AM
Searching for a 33 Chevy Master transmission. Just had the motor completely rebuilt, opened up the transmission case and its all rusted out. Need a complete transmission. Doesn't need to be pretty because we'll clean it up, but need all internal parts and the case. Anyone out there that could help??
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General Discussions Jump to new posts
Re: Short Shaft Water Pump Lou 12/01/23 03:57 AM
. I've run into this problem a few times and resolved it in a different manner. Please read <>. . You can purchase the ready made adapter plates at Jim Carter's Truck parts, <>, 800-842-1913, Part number #MEE390.
. The 1954 water pump has better flow and designed for non pressure system. The 1955 & newer used pressure. If you pressurize an old radiator and heater core, that's pressing your luck. You can also use the stock fan belt and not have to search for a special size belt. . Lou .
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Mechanical - Engine, Trans, etc Jump to new posts
Crankshaft Pulley 1010 12/01/23 03:02 AM
I have a 1960 inline 6 cylinder 261 cu. in. engine. Does anyone know the correct size water pump pulley for this engine?

Thank you.
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General Discussions Jump to new posts
Re: Not a Chevrolet, but.................. carbking 12/01/23 02:07 AM
The red cardboard was used on brass bowl carbs. I don't have documentation as to the exact time the cardboard was discontined, and brass was used.

The only one I have ever seen was not on a carburetor, but rather in a "General" bulletin from Carter to their distributors. Somewhere, I still have it, and will probably find it when looking for something else wink

I have seen brass tags on the 1930~1931 Chevrolet 150s, but they were service dated. Don't know if the original tags on the 150s was brass or not.

Not that it matters, but the pictured carb is a Dort. Note that the type of carb "GB0" precedes the carb number.

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Mechanical - Engine, Trans, etc Jump to new posts
Re: 1958 Belair tapered roller bearings ??? 1958belairjoe 12/01/23 12:01 AM
thanks for the info , I called a bearing supply , but not at all helpful over phone

I will drive down , thanks
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1933-1936 Jump to new posts
Re: Zinc additive? ABowlin 11/30/23 06:52 PM
Thanks Rusty, I’ve got a stethoscope- have listened but can’t find much. Need to find someone near me to help out with an extra ear / experience with these Stovebolts. I appreciate the input. If you know anyone near the Olathe / KC area- let me know!

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Electrical - 6 volt Jump to new posts
Re: 6v flashers Rusty 37 Master 11/30/23 06:25 PM
Thank you for the update on your success. This is another great example of the value in checking the basics first.
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General Discussions Jump to new posts
Re: Porta walls Chev Nut 11/30/23 04:53 PM
The after market were metal and the GM and Mopar were plastic.
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PARTS - For Sale Jump to new posts
NORS 1938-64 Clutch throw out bearing chevy b 11/30/23 04:29 PM
Here are 3 NORS replacement throw out bearings ,these style was used from 1938- to mid 1960's ?
On diaphram spring clutch assembly's. This most Chevys except for some HP V-8 motors that had a multi-coil spring style clutch . $25 ea. + ship
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PARTS - For Sale Jump to new posts
1941-48 Car tail light rims and Plastic lenses chevy b 11/30/23 04:23 PM
Here are some never used 41-48 car tail light rims and plastic GUIDE lenses. $40 + ship
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PARTS - For Sale Jump to new posts
NOS 1941-48 tail light assembly chevy b 11/30/23 04:21 PM
Here is a NOS RH tail light assembly with a glass lens. It also has the little lens inside the trunk area.
$75+ ship
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PARTS - For Sale Jump to new posts
Re: 54 truck differential and front end complete. 6 lug Rusty 37 Master 11/30/23 03:40 PM
Hi Tiny,

Thanks for the tip and moving the post.
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General Discussions Jump to new posts
Re: When to Sell? Tiny 11/30/23 02:37 PM
Original patina is becoming a "thing" so you might find the buyer you're looking for. You might also look for a Chrysler forum that tends toward originality like our forum does for Chevys and register there if they have a For Sale forum.
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1937-1945 Jump to new posts
Re: 37 Master Deluxe Town Sedan Front Seat Trim Tiny 11/30/23 12:54 PM
That will work. Great job. It only makes sense that the trim would wrap around the back on the sedans rather than terminate at the back edge like my coupe. That way it hides the seat track mechanism from the back seat passengers. The fat kid learned something today.
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Electrical - 12 volt Jump to new posts
Re: What BCI battery Lou 11/30/23 07:44 AM
. By the way, the easy way to distinguish a group #1 from a Group #2 six volt battery, is that the posts are reversed. The problem is that the negative ground (earth) is supposed to be connected to the transmission. The braided cable is too short to reach the transmission on a group #2 so it gets bolted to the frame. When you step on the starter, the rubber motor mounts require the negative to find a path thru the choke cable and steel gas line. .
. The group #1 was used on the 4 cylinder cars when it was mounted on the left. (Picture #1). GM used the same photo in later years tho by 1937 the battery was on the right side and used a group #2 as in the second photo. .
.PS: Put a shunt behind your amp meter and read last paragraph on this web page to save your fuel gauge. <> . Lou
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1946-1948 Jump to new posts
Re: Medium Brown Heater Switch ruscar 11/30/23 02:27 AM

Just to be clear. The color you have is considered the "dark" for our Chevrolets in '46-'48. As to fading, my original switches darkened as you can see in the picture. Notice where I placed the switch in the on position it is the lighter color. The two mounted came with my NOS heater kit.
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Forum Questions Jump to new posts
Re: G&D Online Issues m006840 11/29/23 11:49 PM
I have read it and find it strange that Chat gets hit and at about the same time my issue of not being able to view the G&D for over a month is resolved. My computer expertise on a scale of 1-10 is less than one so I have no idea why or how my issue got resolved. I know there is an answer but I am not going to find it and am perfectly content as long as everything is working.
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General Discussions Jump to new posts
Re: Recent forum outages... Tiny 11/29/23 10:20 PM
Thanks for the update. I was wondering what was going on.
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PARTS - Wanted Jump to new posts
Re: 1949 chevy car bench seat Chev Nut 11/29/23 09:48 PM
The front seat from a 1949-1952 wiill work.
The coupe and 2 door are the same.
The 4 door wil only work in a 4 door.
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PARTS - For Sale Jump to new posts
1931-32 rumble seat step pad and bracket chevy b 11/29/23 07:59 PM
Here is a Original step pad and b mount bracket for 1931-32 cars with a rumble seat. $48 + ship.
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General Discussions Jump to new posts
Re: Chevrolet's New Christmas Ad Lou 11/29/23 05:48 AM
. Is that a 1972 Burb? .
I thought about buying one new but they didn't offer a 4 speed in the Burb in California. . .
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1949-1954 Jump to new posts
Re: 1953 Belair Window assembly minetto 11/29/23 02:16 AM
Chris, Welcome to the forum. From your description, I assume you are describing the anti-rattle rollers that screw to the inside edge of the body at the top of the quarter panel as well as on the front doors. They hold the window against the fuzzy weatherstrip when it is in the down position or when slamming the door. Attached link is from “”. While the document linked is the “1951 Fisher Body Service No15 Vol10”, it should help with your reassembly since the 1953 body is similar. The rollers are shown on page 8 of 12.
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Body - Sheet Metal, Paint & Wood Jump to new posts
Re: Med. Dark Blue for Painting Hub Caps Bow Tie, Hood Emblem, Grille Lettering, etc. Chev Nut 11/29/23 02:13 AM
iI think your wings are up side down......left is on the right sie and right is on the left side.
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PARTS - Wanted Jump to new posts
WTB 1934-1936 Chevy Front Fender... WildernessTruck 11/29/23 02:03 AM
Looking for a 1936 Chevrolet pickup front fender... but I may settle for any Chevrolet 1934-1936 front fender, Driver's side
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1933-1936 Jump to new posts
Looking for 1935-36 Front Fender WildernessTruck 11/29/23 01:57 AM
Do you know of anyone who has a lot of 1935-36 body parts....?? Looking for a drivers side front fender....
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