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General Discussion / Re: 1929 model u B pillar
« Last post by chetbrz on June 21, 2018, 02:50:53 PM »
What you described seems correct.  Below is a picture of the bottom 'L' bracket.  You are correct this runs the length of the pillar and terminates at the top as a 'T' bracket.



The top bracket:



This might help you but there are differences between original wood construction and my sill & roof frame.

http://www.1948plymouth.info/1929/Work_files/2017/07302017.htm

Good luck,  Chet...
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General Discussion / 1929 model u B pillar
« Last post by jeffrey grare on June 20, 2018, 05:41:05 PM »
I am in the process of installing my new side sills.It looks like the (center) B pillar brackets have been altered in the past, I would think there would have just been a brecket at the bottom and a small t brace at the top. Does anyone have a picture of the correct  brackets mine are the width of the sills and go the full length of the b pillar (approximately. 43 inches) and form a *t* at the top where they attach to the roof framing.    thanks in advance for any help    j Grare                     
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General Discussion / Re: Carb Drips Gas from Air Intake
« Last post by 29plycoop on June 16, 2018, 03:47:04 AM »
Glad to hear she is up and going again. With some 90 year old parts they can be hard to get along with. Happy Motoring again.
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General Discussion / Re: Carb Drips Gas from Air Intake
« Last post by frankp on June 15, 2018, 07:06:35 PM »
After 2nd clean out, it only leaked about a teaspoon full over 24 hours.  A short 2 mile drive yesterday afternoon resulted in no overnight leak with the stopcock turned off on the vac tank.  I'm putting this in the win column, for the moment.  I have a rebuild kit on the way and may replace needle valve.  Rich, your advice appears to have worked - thank you and Chet for your input. 

frank
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General Discussion / Re: 29 Build Thread - Part 2
« Last post by frankp on June 15, 2018, 06:55:43 PM »
Great work, as usual, Chet!
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General Discussion / Re: 29 Build Thread - Part 2
« Last post by chetbrz on June 12, 2018, 12:02:38 AM »
Prep for Paint - Upper Door Frame Repairs.

Due to the length of this task and the number of pictures I posted a link to the blow by blow description below:

http://www.1948plymouth.info/1929/Work_files/2018/06102018.htm



Chet...

Link to Build Thread Part 1
http://www.1948plymouth.info/28Q29U/index.php?topic=1102.0
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General Discussion / Re: Carb Drips Gas from Air Intake
« Last post by frankp on June 06, 2018, 02:50:41 PM »
I'll disassemble, clean and check float and level again.  Pretty sure there is one jet that can't be removed.

Thanks Chet and Rich for your suggestions.  Probably a week or so before diving in.  I'll post results.
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General Discussion / Re: Carb Drips Gas from Air Intake
« Last post by 29plycoop on June 06, 2018, 06:24:27 AM »
Frank: My 2 cents. If the float tank shutoff is working correctly and is in fact off, the only place gas could be coming from is the carb float bowel. On a few ocasions I have seen that a small piece of contamination in the needle and seat will make the situation you have. We had to take the carb apart and flush with all the jets out 3 times before getting it clean. Another posibility is the float may be set to high. Worth a second check if you have it apart. Good luck - Rich
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General Discussion / Re: Carb Drips Gas from Air Intake
« Last post by frankp on June 06, 2018, 05:04:40 AM »
Interesting thought.  Would the gas be pushed back up through the strainer cap?  I have not remvoved the cap to watch.  The liquid volume decreases over time.  First thing to mind was some type of pressure differential, siphon?  I don't know all the internal plumbing.

Float seems intact.  Plexiglass bowl, anyone?

Doesn't leak when running.
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General Discussion / Re: Carb Drips Gas from Air Intake
« Last post by chetbrz on June 06, 2018, 03:51:42 AM »
Iím thinking float valve.
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