Thanks a lot for all the replies.
It sure looks like I have a lot of choices!
bnz84-what was the stuff you used on your siding---IN-CIDE or OdoBan?
I've got some stuff growing on a garage I could use that on.
I'm just trying to be careful and not ruin my interior.
I may try some vinegar in a...
Does anyone have experience with removing mold from interior parts-dash, door panels, etc?
I've read white vinegar works and will prevent future growth.
But I never see details, like what NOT to use it on, dilution, and so on.
I made some notes as I was disassembling the front suspension on my '66 Chrysler Town & Country.
I hope this will be useful for other people getting ready to do front end work on their C bods.
These are from a '66 Chrysler Town & Country, other years and models may differ slightly
Mine has 1973...
Does anyone have any tips on getting lower control arms out of the K member?
I'm replacing the worn out front end parts on my '66 T&C.
Most everything so far has been fairly easy, with the help of a C-3964 ball joint tool.
Well, the front end on my wagon is shaking like a (fill in the blank) so I finally bit the bullet and started taking the front end apart.
I'm going to need lower ball joints and front strut bushings.
I'm thinking about getting Firm Feel upper LCAs, and having them rebuild my lower control arms...
I had to replace the bushings + the outside metal on my '66 Chrysler wagon end links.
I got mine from carid in 2018, and they were a Delco part, believe it or not.
Are the outside metal part on your bushings 2 piece and bolted together with 2 bolts?
I've been talking to a guy at Firm Feel, and the ones they're showing now aren't going to work for me.
He said there were other people interested in a spindle that would accept Chrysler rotors.
The current ones don't. They use drum brake bearing specs and are made to use aftermarket...
Ok, I got 2 calipers, and attempted to put one on Saturday.
After some coaxing, cussing, and prying, I find the pad/rotor area is 1/4" narrower!
The new ones are supposed to be '73 rotors, and now I'm back to trying to figure out exactly what I have.
My old ones are right at 3" measuring from...