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Projects The pressure's on! My '52 Plymouth build thread...

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by don-vee, Dec 22, 2012.

  1. fstfish66
    Joined: May 28, 2005
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    fstfish66
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    from eastern pa

    i hear ya on the pot holes,
     
  2. whtbaron
    Joined: Sep 12, 2012
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    whtbaron
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    from manitoba

    What did you do with the rear glass? Is it still stock height and channeled into the roof or set into the trunk? If it's tempered glass I hear cutting it isn't an option. I haven't looked into availability yet, most of the ones I see up here are fogged from the weather conditions.
     
  3. tailpipe47
    Joined: Mar 21, 2009
    Posts: 43

    tailpipe47
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    That is one of the few chops I have seen that works well on these MOPARS. Looking Good. Those wheels and tires work well also. What Size are you running and did you have to modify rear to fit them in? I have been wheel searching and it would be great to know what fits.
     
  4. 52Diplomat
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    52Diplomat
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    Nice Thread...lots of good tips I will use on my 52 engine swap. Thanks
     
  5. Baiz76
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    Baiz76

    Farm Fresh!
     

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  6. Alex D.
    Joined: Jun 9, 2009
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    Alex D.
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    from Hydes, MD.

    I have been thinking about the aerosprings on my 52 Concord. If you would not have relocated the bottom spring plate, would you still have the potential of dislodging the springs??
     
  7. Good question, I'm actually not sure, since I didn't bother to check before hacking and welding.
     

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