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Timber pattern

Hi, My Fathers car is a 1929 hudson roadster Briggs Bodied We have made the main runners but trying to find where the front seat support timbers start ,
barrablaster2000
Jul 29
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15691

Re: 1929 hudson timber work

As the others said, we need to know what body is on your Hudson. I recently replaced the main runners on our 28 coupe and think I have some photos and can
Karl Hamson
Jul 29
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Re: 1929 hudson timber work

There is absloutely nothing interchangeable between a custom and Factory body. ... From: 'Peter Ransom' pjransom@... [HudsonSuperSix16-29] To:
GeoffClark
Jul 29
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Re: 1929 hudson timber work

I imagine there might be differences in the timber layout between the standard and B&S bodies. What model is yours? Peter From:
Peter Ransom
Jul 29
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Re: 1929 hudson timber work

I've got alot of pics of my 29 all steel. I rebuilt the front seat wood stronger than original ... From: julie-slo@... [HudsonSuperSix16-29]
Jack Mcmullen
Jul 29
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15687

1929 hudson timber work

Hi Guy,s Just wondering if member,s might have some photo,s of there cars/ restoration of timber main runners and where the front seat mounts Thanks Allan
barrablaster2000
Jul 29
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15686

Re: Petrol Tank: Remove, Clean, Coat? [1 Attachment]

Hi Dave – yes, looks just like that although I haven’t cleaned it up yet, or tested to see whether the corks are still OK and the thing actually gives a
Peter Ransom
Jul 24
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Re: Petrol Tank: Remove, Clean, Coat?

Peter If I remember correctly your sender will look like the one in the attached picture. I bought this NOS Stewart Warner one from eBay a few months ago as a
David Young
Jul 24
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Re: Petrol Tank: Remove, Clean, Coat?

The tank is out now and although I still haven’t been able to move the drain plug I’ve removed the Sender and the pickup/breather. I can see corrosion and
Peter Ransom
Jul 24
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Re: Petrol Tank: Remove, Clean, Coat?

Hi Zeke Your warning is well taken. I usually fill the tanks with water before attempting any surgery which might involve heat or sparks. On the one mentioned
Karl Hamson
Jul 22
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Re: Petrol Tank: Remove, Clean, Coat?

Karl: A friend of my father was cutting up salvage cars many years ago for a wrecking yard when he hit a gas tank with his torch.The car he was cutting on had
zkwills@bellsouth.net
Jul 22
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15681

Re: 1929 Essex head stud torque [2 Attachments]

Hi Geoff. I am just in the midst of going over the vac tank prior to painting. Just finished cutting up two lid gaskets, one to use and a spare to tuck in
mddempsey26
Jul 22
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Re: 1929 Essex head stud torque [2 Attachments]

I would not lubricate the nuts or threads. there is no need fo anti-sieze. The correct torque is 35-40 lbs max, dry. If you lubricate them then they come
GeoffClark
Jul 22
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Re: Petrol Tank: Remove, Clean, Coat?

That's a first rate job Karl! Mak'in us look bad! ... From: 'Karl Hamson' karlh@... [HudsonSuperSix16-29] To:
Jack Mcmullen
Jul 22
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1929 Essex head stud torque

Hello from Bribie Island. I am a new member and my name is Mike. I am lucky to own a 29 Essex coupe which i have been custodian for 10 years. about 7 years ago
mddempsey26
Jul 22
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