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    That IS exactly what it means Mark, "pull" the...

    That IS exactly what it means Mark, "pull" the electrical wires in the roof and trunk (Not Cables) as provisions for equipment that MAY be installed.

    You do have to remember that this Car is not...
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    No Craig, some features that were built into this...

    No Craig, some features that were built into this Car were never used.
    Like: the Roof Reinforcement and zippered Headliner, no trace of Siren Bolts or holes and the Radio wire in the Trunk being...
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    Thanks Mike, I do have a scanned Copy of the...

    Thanks Mike, I do have a scanned Copy of the Production Order that Andy told me he would expedite to me.

    I am really curious about those "Police Special" Decals on the Valve Covers, they are no...
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    Electrical: If you have modern Halogen Sealed Beams, I would...

    If you have modern Halogen Sealed Beams, I would use a 25 or 30 AMP Breaker. The 20's are known to often "Open" with higher Load.

    FYI, on '63 to '66 Lark Types, the Breakers are separate from the...
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    Electrical: The Fuel and Temp. Gauges will need the 12 to 6...

    The Fuel and Temp. Gauges will need the 12 to 6 Volt-A-Drop, and there "Used to be" 6 Positive" to 12 Negative ground higher output Radio converters, probably requiring Insulating the Radio from...
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    Engine: This would be a really Poor choice for a "in the...

    This would be a really Poor choice for a "in the Cup" steering column mount add on "aftermarket" type Tach.

    It really does need to go into a 1962-64 GT Hawk.
    Someone was not the brightest "Bulb"...
  7. Engine: It IS interesting though how common sense tells...

    It IS interesting though how common sense tells you that the Carb. "SHOULD" be Level as said here.

    HOWEVER, if you have an original Stude. V8 TRUCK, ordered with a 4 Brl. Carb. the Factory did not...
  8. Transmission: I do not know if your Country has U.S. DOT "GL"...

    I do not know if your Country has U.S. DOT "GL" Codes on Lubricants or not, but here we use GL-1 Mineral Oil Transmission Gear Lube, 85/90 or 90 Wt.

    This type of Oil has NO "EP" additives =...
  9. Brakes: You want a 36237, there are all kinds of added...

    You want a 36237, there are all kinds of added numbers and Letters different Co's/Brands add; like the MC36237's I have here.

    IF you were installing these how and where they SHOULD be; on a AMC...
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    Welcome to the SDC and to the SDC Forum Scott! ...

    Welcome to the SDC and to the SDC Forum Scott! :)

    It is not necessary to already own a Studebaker to join us by joining the SDC to receive the "World Class" "Turning Wheels" Monthly Publication...
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    Just ridiculous how he babbles about "All" the...

    Just ridiculous how he babbles about "All" the competition, except of course the Independents. :mad:

    There were also fast AMC Cars as well as 290+ H.P. Studebaker Larks which have blown this...
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    Page 43 of the S.I. Catalog has a pretty good Pic...

    Page 43 of the S.I. Catalog has a pretty good Pic of the 800263 '47-'49 Commander and Truck Hub Caps, just domed with a "Nipple" in the center.
    No "Wheelcovers" until 1951.
    83492 83493

    These...
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    Connect a Hose on the Fuel Pump Inlet and run it...

    Connect a Hose on the Fuel Pump Inlet and run it to the ground into a Quart sized Bottle or 1 Gal. can of fresh gas. Then prime the Carb. and after a few cranks it should fire.

    If it does not, it...
  14. Brakes: If you are going to do something as radical as...

    If you are going to do something as radical as that, at least reinforce the Firewall heavily as it clearly was not designed for that much stress.
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    Electrical: No, it should not be necessary to "Label" wires...

    No, it should not be necessary to "Label" wires in a Factory Correct Harness, and they do not.

    You do as others have said, and enlarge a '51 Commander Wiring Diagram and connect the Color Codes...
  16. Thanks John for posting that, I hope some of my...

    Thanks John for posting that, I hope some of my "was there remembrance's were of help to you. :)
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    Cool/Heat: The two sheet metal shields are shown in the...

    The two sheet metal shields are shown in the Chassis Parts Catalog picture of the Converter Housing and parts.
  18. Transmission: Thanks Joe, you saved me having to slap you! :D ...

    Thanks Joe, you saved me having to slap you! :D Yes the B&B is the Standard Borg and Beck Coil Spring Type pressure plate used OEM in Studebakers, Chrysler Products and more.
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    Ignition: Several people here have tried those Aluminum...

    Several people here have tried those Aluminum Distributors sold under about 4 different names, even Pertronix!

    The Jury is out on durability, since Chinese products usually have the wrong type of...
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    Actually after making over 29,000 Posts here, I...

    Actually after making over 29,000 Posts here, I don't remember any "Chronic" failures mentioned here, just the normal old Car worn out, needs repair thing usually from non-use.
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    Cool/Heat: You could check the "rock shields" that are on...

    You could check the "rock shields" that are on the Right side of your Torque Converter Housing, if you have Automatic Trans. to be sure they are not blocking (bent) tight over the cooling hole.
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  22. Transmission: They would have to be reminded that you have the...

    They would have to be reminded that you have the quite uncommon Model 35, Borg Warner Aluminum Flight-O-Matic Trans.

    And yes, all Converters for Studebakers have starter Ring Gears welded on.
    ...
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    Cool/Heat: I have to wonder what you mean by a New...

    I have to wonder what you mean by a New "Electronic" Temp. Gauge. I am hoping you really meant Electric, since Studebakers rarely have anything Electronic from the Factory, certainly NOT a Gauge.
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    None of the '60 to '66 Horn buttons have Clear...

    None of the '60 to '66 Horn buttons have Clear BASES, but all have Clear replaceable "Covers".
    The 1957 to 1959 Type that share the same Size, are all Opaque, Solid Plastic, not hollow, open type.
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    I guess you have never seen the ethanol caused...

    I guess you have never seen the ethanol caused corrosion damage in Gas tanks, Carbs. and Fuel Pumps and the destroyed original OEM type Rubber in the fuel Pump Diaphragm's, Valves and Carb....
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