Having trouble finding a power steering return line for my 64 CDV. Found a new power steering pressure line, but havent had any luck with the retirn line. Does anyone know what the fitting size is…Continue
Searching the forum and the web on removing an idler arm on a 64 Cad. Since the idler arm doesn’t give enough space to use a puller, a tie rod end fork is used. Wouldn’t this damage the center…Continue
"I have the fitting for $5. 1964's with AC also had the power steering pump cooler as seen below and described in 2nd picture. I have these in VG condition for $25. You can get the hose and cut to fit from any auto parts store, as Russ…"
Having trouble finding a power steering return line for my 64 CDV. Found a new power steering pressure line, but havent had any luck with the retirn line. Does anyone know what the fitting size is that goes to the steering gear box? Ive found a return line for a 61 Caddy but not sure if itll work.Thanks!See More
"What type of puller did you use? Pitman arm puller or a gear puller with 2 claws? Did you need to first use a fork to gain enough space to fit in between the idler arm and center link before using the puller?"
" I had no trouble using an idler arm puller , but mines a 63.; don't think the exhaust pipes are different in that area since the left drivers side exhaust manifold is the same ,but that was a while ago and I.m prone to…"
Searching the forum and the web on removing an idler arm on a 64 Cad. Since the idler arm doesn’t give enough space to use a puller, a tie rod end fork is used. Wouldn’t this damage the center link? Seeing if anyone had any other methods. Thanks!See More
"Thanks for the help! Unfortunately the arms were painted at some point, I do recall one side having a little ground strap attached to the arm bushing and one side didn't not sure if that would identify them..."
"I recently removed upper ball joints but didn't mark which side was which. Are the driver side and passenger side upper control arms interchangeable when the ball joint is removed? They appear identical"
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I will be installing a new chain and gears because I'm in this deep and all the forums here strongly recommend doing so. It appears the coating is intact and I don't have to worry about that debris…Continue
I know we have some Aussies on here and I have to say, Australia, is in a whole world of hurt at the moment, so do ya best to stay safe.Currently, in the southern states, 4 huge fire fronts, look…Continue
Good morning, I just got an engine that needs piston rings , it’s a 429 cid , the measure of the piston is 104 14 according with the digital caliper, also the size of cylinder shows 105 01 , the…Continue
Got a little cabin fever this morning,decided to take a road trip to Hickory Corners Michigan, The Gilmore Museum. It’s about 2 1/2 hours from my home . Place is awesome,I was really impressed. 9A648CFF-E965-4CE0-8E91-8E194AC70DED.jpeg…
I wound up with an extra front cover for my '64 and offering it for sale.
Purchased from a knowledgable part supplier with thorough hands-on knowledge of 63-64 Cadillac engines, who checked the part before sending it to me. The oil pump driven gearSee S bore and the pressure relief piston bore are both .002 over and within the .005…
Good morning! I am Matias Adrogue. I bought a 1964 Cadillac coupe de ville last year and am real close to the final restoration details! I call her “Jaws 64”. Pics will be posted soon. I need advise regarding a AC/heater. It came stock in the vehicle but it does not work. A mechanic gave me a bid of $1700 to replace and repair. I am ready to install a new system - Vintage Air or Old Air Products from Fort Worth Texas. I would greatly appreciate your thoughts. I read the great write…