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 on: September 02, 2014, 11:45:20 PM 
Started by 69Z28 - Last post by 262jp
You might try a jewelry store that does repairs. I think they use something like that.

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 on: September 02, 2014, 11:10:08 PM 
Started by MICKIES69 - Last post by ko-lek-tor
Welcome Newb! Hope to get to know you and your nice car. Could this be correct? Yes. Is there a standard rule...? Yes. Read this: http://www.camaros.org/geninfo.shtml#Normative
You forgot to mention the build date and other pertinent info to determine if those parts are dated correct for your car. So, please post more info.

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 on: September 02, 2014, 10:57:59 PM 
Started by dannystarr - Last post by 262jp
 I would pull the oil pan and get all those pieces of plastic out of the oil pump screen!

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 on: September 02, 2014, 10:54:44 PM 
Started by 69 Zee - Last post by 69Z28
Was there a console with gauges? If so what oil line fitting set up is installed? Seems to be some speculation on what is actually correct.
It's a console with gauges.   I'll have to check out the bottom of the gauges Tuesday.  That will be my first chance to look and report back  Smiley
Hey Gary,  unfortunately the fitting was already removed. Bummer.  Exactly what should it look like for my future reference

Thanks


What fitting is installed on the back of the engine block Darrell? 

Darrell, about a year ago plus a few months Lloyd, Edgemontvillage, started this post about the console oil line fitting to block. See link.

http://www.camaros.org/forum/index.php?topic=11068.0;all

Look down to post #75. This is what is said to be correct now and not what is being shown at the start of Lloyds post. At this point I personally don't have a clue what is correct now.

 5 
 on: September 02, 2014, 10:44:55 PM 
Started by dutch - Last post by KurtS
I don't think the weights should be different - all of 69 used the same part except L48 manual.
What to do: use GM weights - they are hardened, aftermarket often weren't - and put it on a distributor machine.

You've read http://www.camaros.org/pdf/timing101.pdf?
More importantly: http://www.camaros.org/pdf/map_advance.pdf

Here's the parts page.

 6 
 on: September 02, 2014, 10:40:26 PM 
Started by MICKIES69 - Last post by MICKIES69
My Brake pwr booster is a 9204 with a 127  ( a May 7 ?) and the Mstr Cyl is a 309 with a 147 ( May 27 ) date code... could this be correct?  and is there a standard rule of thumb with associated parts and dates?  The car is a 69 Convert RS/SS 396 /350hp...  Thanks in Advance!

 7 
 on: September 02, 2014, 10:26:02 PM 
Started by 69Z28 - Last post by 69Z28
Hey guys, can anyone help me out with something?? I have several oem 69 silver grills that I can use as parts to restore and make a whole grill for a spare, in case I ever need one. I've been wanting to section out a few places from a good grill center with a broken surround as replacements for a grill that has a broken section or two with good surround and was thinking if I could find a wire file maybe the size of a guitar high E string I could file those sections I need to make the repairs. I've been looking off and on for a while and haven't found anything like this. Anybody ever seen something remotely like this? Seems to me the thinner the better to section out what I need.

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 on: September 02, 2014, 10:21:45 PM 
Started by L78 steve - Last post by KurtS
It's time dependent. I know you can edit the post up to 100 minutes.

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 on: September 02, 2014, 10:18:43 PM 
Started by dannystarr - Last post by KurtS
Balancer and key look good. I'd reuse the key.
Put in the new timing chain and both new gears. There could be differences in the old/new gears and that would be bad.

Timing chains are always a weak link. Thankfully you pulled it apart.
Remember to put in a new seal in the timing cover. It gets pressed out and pressed in.

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 on: September 02, 2014, 10:13:05 PM 
Started by 69 Zee - Last post by ko-lek-tor
Dave, here is a thread from a few months ago about correct master cylinder lids with pics and wording. Jerry M. told me that mine is the correct factory lid for my car and it matches Gary's (69Z28-RS) and is exactly like the one in his picture. Hopefully Darrell also has his which will be nice to compare with.
Hope this helps.

http://www.camaros.org/forum/index.php?topic=12201.0

Are we (CRG) in concurence that there are more than one correct lid, an early and late? I  am confident my lid is original and several posts concur although it is different from Gary's style. Sorry, not intending to Hi-jack, just wanting clarification.

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