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  1. turbine68rt

    What power steering pump does my '64 Polara have?

    Federal/TRW. Caps are avail on places like ebay but rather expensive imo.
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    I'm going back to manual adjustment on my 11" front drums ('68 GTX)

    As well as cars like 68-69 Charger R/T's.
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    Leaking TRW/THOMPSON ps pump

    Pm me your mailing info and I'll send it.
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    Leaking TRW/THOMPSON ps pump

    Or....just use the rtv in the groove. Done.
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    Leaking TRW/THOMPSON ps pump

    If you decide to use the ultra black you can eliminate the o rings. If, however you insist on using them I have a new kit that I didn't need since the rtv did the trick. I can send it to you no charge.
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    Leaking TRW/THOMPSON ps pump

    Had a similar leak in my trw pump for decades. After complete disassembly and cleaning, and removal of the large o-ring, I filled the o-ring groove with plenty of ultra black rtv, along with where the reservoir seals to the pump on the back bracket bolt. Let it completely dry, trimmed cured...
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    Power steering hose mess

    On the left is the later version, earlier on the right.
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    Power steering hose mess

    Make sure that you are using the proper style fitting on the pressure hose. I believe it changed after '68.
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    Power steering hose mess
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    Power steering hose mess

    No time for that Don, you have a Charger to finish up.
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    Power steering hose mess

    I'm hoping the terminal end is just laid there during storage since it's not actually connected in the pic.
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    Power steering hose mess

    The pressure hose you have is sort of a common replacement piece that's currently available, but not exactly an oem fit. I used to have that same one for many years and hated it. It took me 25 years to find one, but this is the style you probably need. It's a direct replacement for the original...
  13. turbine68rt

    Leaf springs and coilovers ?

    Just installed a set of monroe load leveler shocks. Gave me an extra 1.5" at the bumper.
  14. turbine68rt

    DRUM Brake Overhaul - Now, for something totally different...

    Aside from the higher boiling point, and not absorbing moisture, keeping the paint nice even after a spill is a plus on a high dollar ride with dot5.
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    68 charger rt. Leaf spring questions

    There is one extra on the passenger side.
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    68 Charger brake line question

    Mine has power drums and goes over the frame
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    Reproduction drum brake master cylinders ????

    I think I paid almost that amount just for my correct lid 10 years ago. Looks like a nice piece.
  18. turbine68rt

    69 Bee front to rear brake line.

    I'm guessing proportioning valve since it lists it for disc/drum applications.
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    No pressure to rear brakes 11" drums

    Went to bleed mine about 5 years ago and got nothing from the rear cylinders. Turned out to be a clogged flex hose. Replaced all hard lines with a stainless fine lines set, all flex hoses and wheel cylinders. Right after that I got a hissing from the booster at full travel. Had to have that...