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Re: Parking brake shoe for '61

I found a second one, the first seems to have been sold. http://www.ebay.com/itm/261885990106?_trksid=p2060778.m1438 l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT ...
Herb
11:06 PM
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Re: Parking brake shoe for '61

Here is an item you might want to look at also, when you get the shoes. http://www.ebay.com/itm/281210212174?_trksid=p2060778.m1438
Herb
8:28 PM
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48133

Re: Parking brake shoe for '61

Here is one seller that has them. http://www.ebay.com/itm/60-61-62-IMPERIAL-PARKING-BRAKE-SHOES-/151690653053?hash=item235177ad7d&vxp=mtr John From:
john sadowski
7:41 PM
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Parking brake shoe for '61

I'm sure this has been covered many times but can't find it in the archives. Does anyone know of a supplier for parking brake shoe(s) for a '61? Steve
Steve Carter
7:35 PM
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48131

Re: 1963 Power Steering Fluid

OEM Power steering fill, then and now, is power steering fluid. The Mopar fluid is essentially the same as what you buy at an auto parts store (some very
hot rod
5:58 PM
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Re: 1963 Power Steering Fluid

In the 1960 FSM you will find out that the factory recommendations are that you use ATF A suffix A. I don't know how much the power steering unit from a 63
Rob van der Es
1:47 PM
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Re: 1963 Power Steering Fluid

I had an interesting experience with my 62 recently.  The steering gear and pump had both been rebuilt (they were leaking badly).  Twice, as a matter of
anixon@pacbell.net
1:09 PM
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48128

Re: 1963 Power Steering Fluid

 Power steering fluid is not your typical auto trans fluid.  It has different properties known as 'lubricity', and has it's own purpose, which is unlike the
RONALD STEPHENSON
May 23
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48127

Power Steering Fluid with "sealer"

The "sealer" in such products swells the rubber seals. This can result in a slightly loose rubber o ring growing in diameter and "sealing" where it did not
Kenyon Wills
May 23
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48126

Scam Alert!

Dear Imperial Club:I posted an ad for a complete interior for my 1962 Imperial Crown on the Imperial Club classifieds. Recently  got a couple of fraudulent
James Kocmoud
May 23
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48125

Re: 1963 Power Steering Fluid

Yes, of course, use whatever you like. ATF does seem to work and I found it had been used in many of my Imperials, and the system was durable and seemingly
C Bilter
May 23
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48124

Re: 1963 Power Steering Fluid

... Also, chances are if you drive the car more-or-less at all, the PS system is going to leak no matter what you put into it. Not huge,
Klebert L. Hall
May 23
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Re: 1963 Power Steering Fluid

As a practical matter, I've used ATF in all my MoPars into the 70's and NOT ONCE have I had a problem with power steering. Feel free to use what you like. It's
Mark Evans
May 23
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48122

Re: 1963 Power Steering Fluid

Jack and all, ATF is not the proper fluid for 1963. ATF was used in the earlier Imperial power steering systems (like 1958 and earlier), but by 1963 the
C Bilter
May 22
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Re: 1963 Power Steering Fluid Capacity//

I’m not sure if the capacity is listed. Its not a lot, probably under 2 quarts. John From: mailto:Imperial-Club@yahoogroups.com Sent: Friday, May 22, 2015
john sadowski
May 22
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