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  1. Slob

    383 engine main bearing decode

    Thanks very much . Ill go with that. Cheers
  2. Slob

    383 engine main bearing decode

    Hi there. Just wondering if anyone may have come across or can tell me what size these main bearings may be. they look original but No sizing on them just 6-68 TC. I am wanting to re bearing an engine without Removing the crankshaft if possible. Thanks again
  3. Slob

    WTB 1969 charger headlight splash shield

    Hi there, Im looking for a passenger side, upper headlight splash shield if anyone can help. You may have an old fender lying around with one still inside it. Let me know if you can help. Posted a photo of the driver side one i do have, just needing the R/H side. Cheers
  4. Slob

    Vent window seal to door gap

    Ok thanks for that, just doesn't look right but it is what it is im guessing.. Cheers
  5. Slob

    Vent window seal to door gap

    Hi there, I have replaced the vent window seals on my 69 Charger, i noticed the gap between the lower vent window seal and the door gap it sits it. Does this need a sealant to fill in the gap or just put the stainless trim on? Just worried about water going into my doors if the rubbers not tight...
  6. Slob

    Holes in my wheel wells beside rear seat hooks. 1969 charger

    Yea mines punched from the inside out. And is in the inner wheelhouse. Strange one but im determined to find out why its there. Finding the photo i got of it pre strip showing a bolt and nut in the outer wheel well make me think its retaining something on the inside there. Cheers
  7. Slob

    Holes in my wheel wells beside rear seat hooks. 1969 charger

    Could well be. I am going to refit the seat back and see if a bolt with a washer would hold the seat in. Thanks for your help
  8. Slob

    Holes in my wheel wells beside rear seat hooks. 1969 charger

    Thanks again for your help. Cheers
  9. Slob

    Holes in my wheel wells beside rear seat hooks. 1969 charger

    I just found this photo before i stripped car down. Shows a bolt and nut but dont know what it would fasten inside. Looks like factory nut etc seat retainer??
  10. Slob

    Holes in my wheel wells beside rear seat hooks. 1969 charger

    Hi there. Its a 1969 Dodge charger. Wheel wells are original to car and have not been replaced. The car was purchased as a rolling body fro Arizona with original paint on it. Thanks again for your help
  11. Slob

    Holes in my wheel wells beside rear seat hooks. 1969 charger

    So if thats the case then a couple of rubber plugs to seal them up?
  12. Slob

    Holes in my wheel wells beside rear seat hooks. 1969 charger

    Yea there is one on each side and they are pushed holes not like they have been drilled out
  13. Slob

    Holes in my wheel wells beside rear seat hooks. 1969 charger

    No he didnt mate. These are factory holes that go from the inside part of the wheel well . Ill put up a pic Cheers
  14. Slob

    Holes in my wheel wells beside rear seat hooks. 1969 charger

    Hi there. Can anyone tell me what the holes are for in my wheel wells just below the lower hooks for the rear seat. Thanks again
  15. Slob

    Factory AC heater valve screws

    Looking for some myself or the next best thing to use
  16. Slob

    1969 Charger headlamp door actuators

    Thanks for the reply. Do you have any delays with the doors opening at different times or are the pretty even? Is the spring located inside the 69 pot or external?
  17. Slob

    1969 Charger headlamp door actuators

    Hi gents, Can anyone tell me if i can use a 1968 and a 1969 Charger headlamp door vacuum actuators together? Reason I ask is I have 2x 69 and 2x 68 Vacuum actuators but one of each is not working and I understand the 1968 ones have a magnet in them to hold them open.. Just wondering if this will...
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