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Probably referring to the water pump.
This IS a 1967 data tag.
You are looking for 621 in that location
1-9 Jan-Sep A-C Oct-Dec
So this tag = November 29, 1966
The truck in question is sitting on the ground, ideally you'd probably want some bumps stops to keep at least an inch of rolling clearance.
I think his point is what if the airbags fail.
No real options on these, interior code, paint code, transmission, axle, build date.
All are on the fender/data tag.
Plus the VIN
The special Dymo...
If my plan was to tow even if just once and awhile I'd get a diesel.
If the battery tray brace attaches to something that is body color then the brace would probably be body color. In the case of the 69 Polara it...
In 69 the battery tray support bracket was NOT painted body color, it was satin black.
In 69 the battery tray WAS bolted in so the bolts to the...
These are not new cars, as mentioned above is it for 66, in 68 69 they added the emission decal.
The factory part number is 2071653
Atlas Obsolete shows it on this page
MOPAR TO ATLAS
I couldn't get to a page that shows it as available or not....
I think I'd take Chinese Shit over these.
This should be a sticky somewhere. If all you care about is rust repair and nothing else you might as well use a stop sign. For the money you get...
Like I had been saying, if you can afford a $500+ car you can afford a $30+ Manual.
Don't look at it as spending that on a book but the car...
Download the parts book and look through the illustration pages.
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This is where I bow out as I'm not familiar with the procedure on that car.
There must be something for adjusting on the other end of the torsion bar.
You are only compressing the shock 50% of the wheel travel. So a 2" drop will just compress the shock 1".
Shock dynamics are a totally different...
Ok, I think I can take care of Stan's other 2%.
All things being equal:
Weight = Torsion Bar Position (twist at the control arm) (add/remove...