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  1. lintmann
    11-07-2014 02:59 PM
    Hi John, yes shipping to Alberta will probably be a killer but it's all part of the hobby for us up here in the great white north.
    Thanks for the ebay link. I really don't know what I'll have to spend as I'm just starting to look but I'd probably pull the trigger on that if it had the right codes. Since it doesn't I should probably keep looking.
    Just for curiosities sake, what would you ask for your empty E45 housing?
    I'm also still a little unclear about what the 65 9779822 housing physically looks like. Would you be able to send me some good clear pics of what the casting and webs look like? This way I'll be able to quickly recognise one if I come across one. From there I could dig deeper in the date and axle codes. If you can send me some pics I'd really appreciate it.
    My e-mail is linton@telusplanet.net
  2. goatpusher
    04-28-2010 01:17 PM
    John, where do i find wiring schematic for 64 gto ?
    thanx Bob
  3. Rick A.
    03-11-2010 05:07 PM
    Rick A.
    John, I was told you are the man to talk to about decoding the Data tag on my 64 GTO, I have been able to get most of the info but there are a couple thingsI have no idea about. Especially the 3-2 on the upper right, nobody seems to know what that means. I can send you a picture of it if you'd like
  4. aceaceca
    01-06-2009 02:04 AM
    John, I know you are a stickler for details. The notches on the 19.5 inch fan are to clear the protrusion in the center of the power steering pulley not the belt.


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