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Small steps.



First starter rebuilt.




Second starter in the process, just received the rebuild kit yesterday and hope to be done Sunday.

For a total of $18 I will have two rebuilt starters on hand. I will have to look through some of my other hiding places to see if I have more cores.
 
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You reminded me of my High School auto mechanics class. Don't forget to clean out the grooves in the armature. Lookin' good.
 
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Thanks, The first one was easy little to no use. The second one will be a challenge as it is well used.
 
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Rear Frame Hanger for Front Spring


JEFFFAFA I am trying to find the Part Number for the Frame mounted hanger for the rear of the Front Spring on a 1970 F250 4X4. I think Green Sales might have some but I need the correct P/N. The drawings I have seen show the number as 5340, but that also shows as the number for the front hanger too. Any help would be great.
 
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Rear Frame Hanger for Front Spring


JEFFFAFA I am trying to find the Part Number for the Frame mounted hanger for the rear of the Front Spring on a 1970 F250 4X4. I think Green Sales might have some but I need the correct P/N. The drawings I have seen show the number as 5340, but that also shows as the number for the front hanger too. Any help would be great.
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67/72 F250...4X4...rear shackle...C7TZ5340B....obsolete....none in any of my locators. BTW, the bushings that fit in them were part number C7TZ5348A. Bunch of them on my locators if you want some n.O.s. rubber. Let me know. If yours are wallared out I'd take 'em to a local machine shop and have them ream and sleeve them.
 
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Thanks for the fast reply and good info as always. The bushings are in OK shape, just dry rotted. I have new Energy Suspension bushings to be installed. I was just thinking if I could find new ones it might be easier than working on these. It looks like I will drill out the rivets and restore the ones I have.
 
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Thanks for the fast reply and good info as always. The bushings are in OK shape, just dry rotted. I have new Energy Suspension bushings to be installed. I was just thinking if I could find new ones it might be easier than working on these. It looks like I will drill out the rivets and restore the ones I have.
Whoa. Wait a minute. I've never seen Poly bushings that didn't re-use the original bushing's outer metal shell. I'd leave the 5340's in there. Remove the rubber and metal inner sleeve via which ever method you prefer. Then install the Poly bushings. There was talk on removing the guts of old bushings on another thread here recently.
 
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That is interesting about re-use of the outer shell. I will have to look at the package and see what the instructions show. Thanks for the feed back!!!!!!!!!!
 
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You're welcome. If it were me I'd use one of my wood clamps to slowly press the Poly bushings in. Put some of their special grease on both the "black" POLY bushing and the inner side of the original shell. It will go in there tight and you want to keep as much of that grease in there as possible. Wood clamps are adjustable and open wide and the jaws are kinda long for reach.
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Well, It was almost 60 degrees Sunday and I was able to open the door and clean up some more mess. Managed to fill two recycle bins and put things away with the help of my much better half. Found some more parts hiding around the garage too.
 
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Was back working in the garage and moved my parts truck and old bed. Started building a welding cart for both the arc and mig welders. Going to try and get a 3G alternator this weekend at the pick and pull. hope to see what is at the yard for other items to be had. Have been looking for a 67 - 72 short bed frame and cab but no luck in the Maryland area.
 
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Hope to get out and do some work tomorrow. Never did get the cab off the frame so that is on the the list to get done.
 
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Finished the welding cart. Now both the ARC and MIG Welders are there with all the welding tools in one place.
 
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Did you find a 3G,frame,and cab?
 
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Well no luck with a 3G alt, all the cars were 2001 and newer and only seemed to have 65amp units. There were no trucks older than 1980 at the pick & pull here. I need to get further out where some of the older yards are and try my luck. Things are busy and the wife and I are heading to Bloomington, MN on the 28 of may to see our son graduate from college. If I have time I will look in that area for some parts as well.
 

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