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  • JDP
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    OK, it's part of the optional 61-62 Lark gage pack.

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  • jimmijim8
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    Amp gauge for a G.M. product or a small airplane. jimmijim

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  • JDP
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    Amp gage yes, but for what ?

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  • 55pres
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    I'd say its an amp gauge, but I could be wrong.....

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  • N8N
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    I'm ASSuming that I'm excluded from this contest too

    (that should actually be a hint to someone who wants to figure this one out...)

    nate

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  • JDP
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    OK, no one is going to figure that part out. It's a alternator bracket used only on R2 GT's to allow the alternator to clear the chrome air cleaner. BTW, that also why the GT's have the small 30 amp alternator rather then the bigger unit used on Avanti powered Larks.

    Here's another obscure item, anyone ?:



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  • JDP
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    Bob let me know when you get up to speed again, and I'll turn this over to the pro again. BTW, hint on the part I posted: it has something to do with both the alternator and air cleaner and was used on some 63 and 64 models.

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  • jimmijim8
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    Ye ha. I was half right. jimmijim

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  • Roscomacaw
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    Are you sure???[}] That looks JUST LIKE the lefthand door hinge on my MonkeyWards Signature series chest freezer. C'mon JDP, play fair![}]

    Matt, I'll find you something else to ponder. I've just been busy lately.

    Miscreant at large.

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  • JDP
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    No, it's a factory part, but is a alternator bracket.

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  • jimmijim8
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    John, could that possibly be a custom made alternator bracket? jimmijim

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  • JDP
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    Can I play ? Here's a tough one:

    http://stude.com/part.jpg

    N8 can't play.

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  • 52hawk
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    mb,ya took the words right outta my mouth! Lets play the parts game,Mr Biggsy!!!
    i absolutely,positively,unequivacly,gaurantee that you can not post a pic of a part that I cannot identify!!---???

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    What happened to the game Mr.Biggs?

    I've been waiting for you to put up some more pics for the parts ID game, it was fun, I thought. Why don't ya put up some more?

    Matthew Burnette, the 16 year old Stude nut. South Georgia Chapter

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