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boomer
09-27-2011, 12:55 AM
Searched and read several archived threads on this subject.
Recently noticed that this part is missing on my 1957 Silver Hawk , 289-FoM, with recent Edelbrock 4 Barrel
Was able to fabricate something similar which works better than not having one.
Need to purchase the correct item, not sure of part number:
per StudeMichael posting ,p/n is 1539741 for 1956-57 C-K- IS THIS CORRECT P/N for my application ?
WHERE can this part be purchased ?
StudeRich posting mentioned p/n 1544019, for 1962 GT Hawk
I assume there are different parts for different model years?
Thank you

RadioRoy
09-29-2011, 02:01 PM
All this stuff is pictured and identified in the chassis parts manual, with exploded drawings showing where and how everything interconnects. The parts manual has been reprinted, is not expensive, and is invaluable.

Personally, I cannot imagine working on a Studebaker without one, but maybe that's just me.

boomer
09-30-2011, 05:33 PM
Thank you, I was unaware that a chassis manual would have this part included. Will order one today !

boomer
10-24-2011, 03:31 AM
Per my new chassis parts book ( Thank you RadioRoy !) , pgs. 71 and 118, part number I need is 1539741. Used on 56-58 B,H, L only.
Tried S-I, Chuck, and StudesWest- no stock. Any suggestions as to source for new or used part ?
OR, a sketch/ dimensions of part would help my fabricating this part.
Thanks again

candbstudebakers
10-24-2011, 11:17 AM
Dennis, if you have a 57 silver hawk that is a "C" why would you need a rod that fits only B, H, and L?? look again at the numbers, I'am guessing you need the long pressure rod to the trans? lots of times when removing an engine and trans they get bent out of shape if care is not taken, if that is what you need I might have a used one around, I have the books in the shop but don't spend much time in them....Bob

candbstudebakers
10-24-2011, 07:59 PM
I checked my books today at the shop and forgot that the coupe is just a body style and the numbers are for the V-8 cars the commander and the president, the 59-63 use the same number and rod on all the v-8's with atuo trans except power shift, I think that the years they went to the longer shaft style trans, so maybe the 56-57 are different because of the shorter style trans, that trans also uses the different filler type, long shaft or later had the long tube to fill by.

boomer
10-25-2011, 02:16 AM
BOB- Yes- 57 H denotes 289 V-8/President. Thanks for your time looking into this.
I have a feeling this may be one of them "unobtainium" parts.......

candbstudebakers
10-25-2011, 11:33 AM
I don't think one should be hard to come by, I have some but need to check them out, there is one on a 57 golden hawk in my shop that I can compare with.

boomer
10-25-2011, 07:58 PM
BOB and all - Thanks, problem now resolved. S-I was able to locate this part for me.
p.s. This forum has been the greatest tool I have ever used. I can't imagine restoring or repairing
Studebakers before the age of the internet and forums like this !!