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Re: 1973 LeBaron Parts Suppliers

I have been collecting '73's for about 30 years. I have a few spares and a good running parts car. If you ever need help, contact me off list at
Damian Justice
1:12 AM
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49171

Re: 1973 LeBaron Parts Suppliers

Great, thanks Andrew, my friend has located and purchased some things, maybe we should get a parts car? We’ll know better once it arrives in a month, being
John Clements
7:33 PM
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49170

Re: 1973 LeBaron Parts Suppliers

73 LeBaron should share a bit of sheet metal and trim with the same period Chryslers. Anything Imperial specific is going to have to come from a boneyard.
Andrew Hornback
6:39 PM
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49169

Re: 1973 LeBaron Parts Suppliers

Thanks, I’ll take care of her. John ... Thanks, I’ll take care of her. John On 29 Aug 2015, at 1:10 am, 'Kenyon Wills' imperialist1960@...
John Clements
5:43 PM
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49168

Re: Changed to Tire Discussion

According to Wikipedia, Cooper Tires are American owned, and based in Findlay, Ohio. I have a set on the 1990 Jag XJS, and will consider putting them on my '68
imperialbucky@...
2:42 PM
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49167

Re: 68 tires

Diamondback tires makes the three stripe tire. It is your choice what kind of currant tire you want them to use, probably Hankook also. Should look at their
Herb
2:15 PM
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49166

Re: 68 tires

I think you did the right thing. The 68 had the triple stripe whitewall and you’d have a tough time trying to match that. Hankook is a very popular tire and
john sadowski
1:25 PM
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49165

Re: 68 tires

I started it so I guess I should finish it. I decided to go with the hankook tire. I drive the car and I put some miles on it but just not enough to spend 1000
Robert Hauser
1:15 PM
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49164

Re: Changed to Tire Discussion

Coopers are owned by the Japanese, I believe. FYI Every tire has its own personality. We could discuss that all day long, but right now no American Tire
Richard A. DeVito Sr
12:15 PM
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49163

Re: 68 tires

I’m late to the party on this thread but want to throw in my 2c. I have Daimondbacks as well as American Classic by Coker. The Diamondback are on my 300J;
C Bilter
11:56 AM
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49162

Re: Changed to Tire Discussion

I have Cooper tires on my ’66 conv. No problems in six years. I tried to look up Kuhmo’s and only saw Complaints from several people. Last I checked
g h
11:21 AM
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49161

Re: 1973 LeBaron Parts Suppliers

The entire driveline/mechanical is standard Mopar and is available for the most part over the counter, although the cars are getting old and parts are not on
Kenyon Wills
8:40 AM
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49160

Re: Changed to Tire Discussion

Hi Jim: I have 255/70/15 General XP2000 tires on my 69 LeBaron Coupe on the factory rims and they work just great.I would say probably the best size tires for
Fred Joslin
7:46 AM
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49159

Re: Changed to Tire Discussion

... I haven't, on any of my three former Imperials. Not on my '62 at an indicated 115 for a couple hours straight at a time, in 100 degree weather. Not on my
Klebert L. Hall
5:48 AM
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49158

Re: Changed to Tire Discussion

Yes Garrett, I believe that 2-1/4 is about right. Has anyone had problems using the original rims with radials?  Seems like that's a point of controversy.
James Kocmoud
4:51 AM
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