Keith S

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    1962

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  1. It's a cross-reference pdf file http://www.stemco.com/qbin/335.pdf Not the easiest system to use and search. I replaced the wheel bearings and was able to use those numbers to double check the part dimensions and find the spacer and seal. You might lucky and find something referencing the FA511. I spend a lot of time looking for parts. I probably stumbled across something that referenced something that led to something else...
  2. I bought the seal and bearing hub as a set - I bought 2 sets as both sides were worn. I got them from ebay ($. One big trick was finding what this thing is called! I finally found a Stemco catalog and part number. These are Stemco Grit Guard, 382-8010 - $20.00 each
  3. Up to now most of my pictures have been of fixing/restoring/modifying the truck for changing over to electric. This album will start the electrical
  4. I've been finding a lot of fine-thread nuts, bolts, screws... at AMK Products https://www.amkproducts.com Once you figure out their catalog system(s), they are great - start looking in BULK. Good prices too. Door Jamb Bolts.pdf
  5. So much old grease, grime, acorns, fluff, and crud! Just when I think I'm done I find another pocket somewhere in the bowels. Now however, I think it's clean!
  6. The pre-load is surprisingly high, 100+ ft-lb. I'll be doing mine in a few weeks so I can update this post. Don't forget to check the axle tube wear surface. https://www.flickr.com/photos/emack/albums/72157685006281336
  7. HELP

    I won't be using my glove box hinges - they're bent to hell, but workable. I'm replacing the glove box door, hinges, and "glove box". I haven't cut them out yet: probably in January. Are you still interested, and what parts do you need?
  8. NFL What a disgrace !

    Umm, this is what I read. Not sure what you're referring to?
  9. NFL What a disgrace !

    If you'd listen and watch something besides Faux News and Sean Hannity you'll be surprised at what you can learn. But hang on tight because it will rock you boat.
  10. NFL What a disgrace !

    I said it before and I'll say it again: What a bunch of cry babies.
  11. Brake Drum Cross Reference

    I would also like to replace my 17QJ3186 brake drums. Did you ever find aftermarket replacements?
  12. NFL What a disgrace !

    Wow. What is all the crying about? We control: The White House The Senate The House of Representatives The Supreme Court 34 State Governorships Wall Street We're: Killing the unions Suppressing voting rights of undesirables Creating segregated schools and neighborhoods Deporting low-wage workers Building a wall paid by Mexico Draining the Swamp Hillary is jail We've won the wars in the middle-east We'll be bombing North Korea out of existence Healthcare is finally fixed Tax reform will give us thousands of dollars We're again respected around the world Our leader is too busy working to play golf Could it get any better?
  13. NFL What a disgrace !

    If you want to vent your political views, do it somewhere else. Or am I infringing on your freedom of speech? Just like you're trying to do with NFL players protesting. Comedian Chris Rock said it best "... no white man in America would change places with me. And I'm rich." Veterans did not fight and die so that everyone had to bow to the whims of our dickhead-in-chief... that behavior is for North Korea. Or is that the behavior you expect from freedom loving Americans? Or do you simply hate our Constitution?
  14. How come none of this stuff is down here in Florida? Every time I want something it's in the NE and costs a bucket of money to ship.
  15. I recently started using a paint line produced by PPG called ALK. $65-$85 a gallon, ready to spray, no reduction. I've tried it with and without a hardener (ALK201). Touch time is 30 minutes, longer with the hardener. Pot-life (paint in the gun, or closed container) is forever without the hardener; something like an hour with the hardener. So far I like it. Ready to spray (without a hardener) is a plus; pour it from the can into your gun and you're good to go.