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  1. Ignition: A relatively low Nine to ONE and turning a...

    A relatively low Nine to ONE and turning a Blower, is still a lot more load than the 7.0 to 7.5 to one that the 6 Volt Cars had. :(
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    Body: The Studebaker 2R Parts Catalog will picture the...

    The Studebaker 2R Parts Catalog will picture the parts required to install the bed.
    The picture numbers relate to the actual Part Numbers of the Parts and Quantities you need for your Year and...
  3. Ignition: The problem with your 6 Volt System and these...

    The problem with your 6 Volt System and these suggestions is, the 6 Volt STARTER!

    A High Performance Supercharged Engine with fairly High Compression may run good with a 12V Ignition, but FIRST...
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    Other: Just give us the Serial Number of the Car. ;)

    Just give us the Serial Number of the Car. ;)
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    Really a beautiful job, and a whole lot of...

    Really a beautiful job, and a whole lot of precision fitting and welding. :!:

    In my HO though, the 1850's Conestoga Wagon Wheels may be appropriate for a Conestoga in Name, but in looks not so...
  6. Ah, make that 113 Inches Bob. ;)

    Ah, make that 113 Inches Bob. ;)
  7. It would be all about how they lengthened both...

    It would be all about how they lengthened both the Front End and the Rear end of the frame and or Bumper Brackets to fit the longer body, the center portion would be a Match.

    82694 82695
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    As long as that Fin Rust did not indicate more...

    As long as that Fin Rust did not indicate more Floor, Rocker Panel, Trunk etc. rust, that is a heck of a Good Deal! :!:

    Other than hooking up the A/C, replacing the Driver Door Glass etc. I would...
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    Electrical: The B/U light Switch goes on the Steering Column...

    The B/U light Switch goes on the Steering Column under the hood where the Low/Reverse Shift Arm is.

    I believe the B/U Lt. wire goes with the Tail light Harness along the frame to the rear fender...
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    Transmission: If you have a choice and can, don't use the T-9,...

    If you have a choice and can, don't use the T-9, get a Borg Warner T-98 4 Speed, for newer Studes. Much better with Syncros in all but Compound low. ;)
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    Electrical: The Ground wire from the Seal Beam Plug to the...

    The Ground wire from the Seal Beam Plug to the Headlight Bucket is frayed, broken or disconnected, or Bucket to Fender has poor or no ground continuity.

    A good descriptive TITLE is a must, for...
  12. They got that Picture of an "Avanti" dash a bit...

    They got that Picture of an "Avanti" dash a bit wrong, it's a '64 Lark Type. :ohmy:

    It is possible though, that Peg Sauer did also design the Vanity Tray in those Cars as well.
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    Fuel System: I would try to determine what causes these...

    I would try to determine what causes these failures, and the very FIRST place I would look, is in the Gas Tank for contamination. ;)
  14. Brakes: You have Rear Wheel Cylinders for a '54 to '66...

    You have Rear Wheel Cylinders for a '54 to '66 Studebaker V8 with DRUM Brakes. They are 7/8" bore and a totally different shape, so NO you can't make them work.

    You need 3/4" Cylinders. Using that...
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    If you have EVER had a Car stored in a attached...

    If you have EVER had a Car stored in a attached House Garage and the property was Gassed/Tented for Termites, the Gas that used to be used will have destroyed all your Foam Seat Padding, Windlace...
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    There probable ARE, if you have the Time, Money...

    There probable ARE, if you have the Time, Money and know where to look.
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    They are '47-'49 Champion, I wonder if it matters?

    They are '47-'49 Champion, I wonder if it matters?
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    You have a couple good points there Mike. I...

    You have a couple good points there Mike.

    I find it very hard when pretending not to know where to look for "Studebaker Parts" on the Studebaker Drivers Club Home Page!

    There should be a Direct...
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    Transmission: The Trans. input shaft will center itself in the...

    The Trans. input shaft will center itself in the opening in the Converter Housing when the Trans. is bolted up, then if you leave the Flex Plate to Converter Bolts slightly loose rotating the engine...
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    Drive Shaft: Not having a Stude. rear axle or driveshaft make...

    Not having a Stude. rear axle or driveshaft make it very hard for us in the U.S. to relate to it or help.
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    OR... A 2R11!!! :ohmy: :D Really?

    OR... A 2R11!!! :ohmy: :D Really?
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    Body: Ditto Gary, very well said! :)

    Ditto Gary, very well said! :)
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    Electrical: For discussions such as this, it is VERY...

    For discussions such as this, it is VERY important to state the Year and Model of the Stude. Car or Truck involved.
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    Cool/Heat: See Post #9.

    See Post #9.
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    Ignition: The Condensor Wire INSIDE the Distributor,...

    The Condensor Wire INSIDE the Distributor, connects to the POINTS where the Wire through the Dist. Case to the Coil (-) Negative Terminal on a 12 Volt Neg. Ground Car, [or the (+) Terminal on a 6...
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