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Technical electric wiper conversion

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by msgt tank, Sep 2, 2020.

  1. fordor41
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    on my '41 Ford I used a Honda CVR rear liftgate motor. mounted it behind the glove comp, ran a linkage to the stock, gutted vac wiper motor, had adj everywhere to get the correct sweep, park position. worked great and silent!
     
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  2. Fordnut40
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    Newport to replace the vacuums in my '56 Ford Ranch Wagon (they're great) & a similar system I just bought from Speedway to upgrade the old single speed/non-parking electric on my '40 Ford coupe.
     
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  3. Over here it's legal to have just one on the driver side. I used a Ford rear wiper for the vee screen on my OT car. Later added another on the passenger side controlled by a second switch.

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  4. 41rodderz
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    from Oregon

    Is a New Port wiper switch any different/ better than the Speedway Motors switch ?
     
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  5. neilswheels
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    from England

    Re the lucas/cable drive, loads of cars used them over here (UK) and are readily available.

    Was also gonna ask about the speedway motor, as I have a 40...
     
  6. Bonehead II
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    Hey Jethro, could we get some pic's of that install. I need to do the same thing, Thanks Mike
     
  7. Jethro
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    Hey Mike, it was maybe 20 years ago that I did this.....I'll go take a look under the dash to see if I can get any good shots. I think that it's kinda covered up with wires and such. What I remember was it was a pretty easy install though. I just made a bracket that copied the vacuum motors mount. I do remember nearly losing a couple fingers when I had my hand in the works and hit the switch......ouch!
     
  8. Nostrebor
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    S10 Blazer rear window motor. Used a later one that has intermittent and regular speeds. I have a thread around here somewhere... brb.
     
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  10. Paul 60
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  11. I use VW Beetle systems. Get the whole system including the motor, bracket, arms, and wiper shafts, and switch and modify to fit. I am cheap. Have put them in '36 Pontiac sedan and '53 Chevy pickup.
     

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