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Old 05-27-2015, 09:47 PM
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now this one is one of the vary most important part on a hearse of a certain age that is. so what is it? the one on the right shows bad wear and tear
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Front end bolts
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Bolts for the bumpers
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rear torque arm bolts
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Old 05-28-2015, 10:59 AM
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getting warm think 1910-1930. this critical bolt and 5 like it keeps things going round
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Wooden spoke wheel bolts... they hold the hub onto the spokes.
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thats unfair your still driving one. but yes those are the wheel bolts they with a moon shaped keeper and nut hold the clincher rim and tire to a wooden spoke wheel. pray for me I'm going to try to pull these tires of the rim and put some just a hair better on. I dont have the 3 legged tool to do so.
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Ed... did you ever get this project done? If you need the 3 legged tool (expander) I think that I still have one from my 1926 Buick Master 54C Country Club Coupe with golf club compartment and rumble seat.. This isn't my car, because mine was in driving condition when I sold it in 1973. Fun car to drive, but horrible car to stop with its mechanical brakes with woven cotton fabric brake bands that grabbed the outside of a rotating drum. Here is another picture of a restored one... Link
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Never did the swap just hund the lot on the edge of the garage.
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