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    1963 63R1348

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  1. I sent the E-mail again. I looked at all 4 before sending, and all 4 opened. John
  2. Can you post them here on the Forum? Obviously, I don't know how to do it.
  3. I sent the photos to your E-mail address
  4. Well, I just checked to see if the photos posted ok............and they Did Not. Always worked in the past. I'll have to think about this. John
  5. Here are the photos of the Halibrand wheels on my '63, with the screw on TriBar. Hope this helps you get to a solution. John [img]https://i.imgur.com/zQQMZJi.jpg?1[/img] [img]https://i.imgur.com/A5toOLl.jpg?1[/img] [img]https://i.imgur.com/8a6VYTM.jpg?1[/img] [img]https://i.imgur.com/lkDYo7N.jpg?1[/img]
  6. Yes, the TriBar on my Halibrand wheels is threaded and screws on and has an "O" ring as well. I was not aware that the Real Rodder Wheels "Spinners" just push on and use an "O" ring to retain the Spinner. No wonder they come off. Knowing what I know now, I'd say "Set Screw" as well. IF you would like a photos of my Halibrand Wheel and Screw on Tribar, just let me know. John
  7. I have original Halibrand 5 Spoke wheels ( Not the OEM Option Wheel, and not the reproduction wheel ) , with screw on TriBars, on my car for approx 20 years, and never have had a problem with the TriBar becoming loose, much less , falling off. My experience has been that they are on very tight, and require a lot of effort to remove. I usually replace the "O" ring, if I remove the wheel. I'd suggest that you experiment with different thickness "O" rings. John
  8. Take a close look at the switch in the E-Bay Listing . The shaft is a "D" shaft and the original switch, and the knob that operates the switch, is a "Split Shaft", like some radio knobs. Not saying you can't use it, but if you are wanting to use the original knob, it will require some modification to the knob and / or the switch. John
  9. Does anyone on the Forum know the diameter of the smaller pulley that is referenced in the Service Letter R-1964-4? I looked up the Service Letter and the part number for the pulley is 1563110 Thanks John
  10. Gary, do you have the Service Letter you referred to? Could you post it here? Thanks John
  11. 1556030 Used Gas Tank Straps. They have part # 1261X6 Insulator still attached $45.00 for the pair 1557664 Used Passenger side Tapered Axle 11" Brake Backing plate. Bare plate needs sand blasting. $25.00 1557665 Used Driver side Tapered Axle 11" Brake Backing plate. Have 2. Both are bare plates. One of the two needs sand blasting $25.00 each 1556944 NOS Ignition shielding for passenger side. Have 2 Both are NOS , and both have "shelf wear" Will polish up great. $20.00 each BOTH are Sold All prices are plus shipping from 40241, Louisville Ky.
  12. Rico, you posted this in the '63-'64 Avanti section. You might get more, and perhaps better responses if you posted this in the '65-'83 Avanti section.
  13. I'm interested. Tried to send a PM but the forum system said I could not. John 502 773 zero 5 nine two
  14. If your Avanti has an OEM style M/C ( single reservoir ) then the switch is located at the end of the M/C..........look for two wires connected to it. IF it has a dual chamber MC it could be on the M/C as well, or be mounted somewhere below the M/C............follow the brake line down from the M/C towards a front junction block...........it could be in that area. OR, the hydraulic switch could have been replaced with a mechanical switch, and relocated to under the dash, where it is operated by the brake pedal "arm". I'd stronley suggest that you acquire a Shop Manual and a Parts Book.
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