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Old 03-19-2015, 09:58 AM
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Casperson signed off on selling parts in the Tech forum. Makes sense to have a wanted thread as well. Lets try to keep all parts wanted requests in the Tech forum to this sticky.

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Old 03-19-2015, 04:47 PM
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Looking for a black steering wheel for my wife's 63. I have a half descent horn ring but the two wheels I have are badly cracked. I have a deluxe one that needs repaired but $1500 plus exchange is too much.

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Old 03-19-2015, 08:30 PM
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Heater63, I have a standard black steering wheel for sale. PM me.

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Old 03-19-2015, 11:04 PM
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I tried to pm you but all I ever get anymore is "data base error".

Here is my email, heater63@gmail.com

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Old 03-21-2015, 12:57 PM
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Heater63, check tour PM's. Apparently the notifications still aren't working.

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I am trying to locate a choke manifold plate for the 63 336. Ames has it listed for the 195-4 only - part LN401D. I spoke with Ames and they did not know if it would fit. Has any one tried this part in the 336. Another option I am considering is pluging and going with an electric choke. Can any one recommend an electric choke for the 2GC. Thanks,

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Old 03-29-2015, 03:48 PM
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I need a kick down cable for a 62 4cyl auto.
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I need a kick down cable for a 62 4cyl auto.
Thanks, Colt.
I THINK I've STILL GOT THE ONE OUT OF MY 62.
I'll look to see if I still have it tomorrow.

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Old 04-05-2015, 10:52 PM
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I THINK I've STILL GOT THE ONE OUT OF MY 62.
I'll look to see if I still have it tomorrow.

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That would be great. Tried to send you a pm, not sure it worked.

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That would be great. Tried to send you a pm, not sure it worked.
I found it, I just got home from work and the wife
And I are going out to eat. I'll get some pics later tonight
when I go out to the garage and post them for ya.
I'll be back on here in a while.

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Heres a few pics of the kick down cable for ya.
What kind of shipping would I do to ship this.
It's awful long. I've got some long card board tubes
that might work. Anyway heres the pics.

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Looking for pitman arm, idler arm, lower ball joints and control arm bushings for 63 Lemans manual steering box. If anyone knows a decent website to order from, let me know. I saw the rareparts.com link THX!!

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Looking for pitman arm, idler arm, lower ball joints and control arm bushings for 63 Lemans manual steering box. If anyone knows a decent website to order from, let me know. I saw the rareparts.com link THX!!
On the lower ball joints, there are ball joints advertised on Ebay, etc. as fitting the 63 but they don't. The correct 63 uses a "pressed-in fit" style and the wrong ones are threaded (screw-in) types used on Buick Skylarks.

I suggest that you buy a complete rebuild kit from KANTER. It won't include a new/rebuilt Pitman arm.

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When I needed one for my 62, I used 2 of the adapters for a Lokar throttle cable. I used one on each end. Although you may need to open the hole on the carb and also the trans for the stud to go through.

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/lok-s-1034/overview/


I went to my local hardware store and bought a length of small cable. I was lucky, in that the tube was still in the car, just not the cable. I suppose if you don't have the tube, a piece of brake line would work.
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Thanks for the idea, the tube is still in the car so I guess i get to make one.

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Looking for a good manual steering pitman arm for a 63.Thanks jim

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Looking for a good manual steering pitman arm for a 63.Thanks jim
Jim, Rare Parts will rebuild yours for about $200 including shipping. http://rareparts.com/
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Jim, Rare Parts will rebuild yours for about $200 including shipping. http://rareparts.com/
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Gary, How recent is the RARE PARTS info? A few years ago I talked with them about the manual units and they were wanting about $280 and you had to furnish a core piece. They told me that supplies of core pieces had virtually dried up at that time.

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