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Floor Carpet recommendation

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tony and Ginny 429 Jun 5. 4 Replies

Hi I just wanted to replace my complete floor carpet. Does anybody have an recomenndation? I found Rockauto and OPGI so far. Any experience with that? Another idea?And does anybody know the size and…Continue

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Rag Joint Replacement

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kevin Campbell Jun 5. 10 Replies

Hi All,I have to replace my (Steering) Rag joint, and didn't do that before. Is it possible to replace it without open/disassemble the Steering column, or Steering gear Box? What is the best way to…Continue

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Tony and Ginny 429 replied to Markus R.'s discussion Floor Carpet recommendation
"The carpet company i used offered a rubber backing to the new carpet as an option that i went with Sound deading and moisture protection was why i did it Sure enough the heater core started to leak right after the carpet went in -- with no problem…"
Jun 5
Markus R. replied to Markus R.'s discussion Floor Carpet recommendation
"Okay I understand what you mean. But Iit really looks not so bad. @Mark: a friend of mine is moving from yUSA back to Germany therefore is a chanc to have the „shipping“ for free."
Jun 5
Jason Edge replied to Markus R.'s discussion Floor Carpet recommendation
"Cut pile would be correct for your 64 Fleetwood. Joe Diiaconi just installed new carpet and think he was very pleaded. Click Here for one thread to pictures he posted. Might ask his source.  I replaced mine 15+ years ago and it was OK. …"
Jun 5
Mark S Anderson replied to Markus R.'s discussion Floor Carpet recommendation
"Both rockauto and OPGI sell ACC (auto custom carpet), who retails Dorsett Carpet. Same product at a different price.  They are alright, fit ok, not OEM quality.    Since much of the cost for you will be shipping anyhow, think about…"
Jun 5
Markus R. posted a discussion

Floor Carpet recommendation

Hi I just wanted to replace my complete floor carpet. Does anybody have an recomenndation? I found Rockauto and OPGI so far. Any experience with that? Another idea?And does anybody know the size and the weight of the parcel than? A friend of my will bring it with him IF its not toooo big.thanks a lot for every hintGreetings MarkusSee More
Jun 5
Kevin Campbell replied to Markus R.'s discussion Rag Joint Replacement
"Nah, you'll be fine mate. Just hook in and it'll be done before you know it. The new joint will feel 10 times better too."
Jun 5
Tony and Ginny 429 replied to Markus R.'s discussion Rag Joint Replacement
"Markus The easiest way to get the job done --is always the first approach suggested A few of the guys on hear live and breath these cars every day for Decades Taking them apart and restoring there own ride in addition to being parts suppliers…"
Jun 4
Markus R. replied to Markus R.'s discussion Rag Joint Replacement
"Hmmm.... Sounds really like gearbox is easier!?"
Jun 4
Russ Austin replied to Markus R.'s discussion Rag Joint Replacement
"Pulling the steering column out is an option. That is the process on how I get the rag joint off.  Lower dash panel off, shift linkage in the engine bay off, shift indicator pointer removed, and loosen the clamps on the steering…"
Jun 4
Kevin Campbell replied to Markus R.'s discussion Rag Joint Replacement
"Markus, The worse part, is the steering box is heavy... it is for a 58 year old Aussie anyway. By the 4th attempt, to lift that dirty great  steering box up, you'll find the weight of it has magically doubled. Your arms are starting to…"
Jun 3
Tony and Ginny 429 replied to Markus R.'s discussion Rag Joint Replacement
"Kevin You sure do have a way with words As Kevin would say --PMSL- You sure can put a Fun story together - Mate Enjoy"
Jun 3
Kevin Campbell replied to Markus R.'s discussion Rag Joint Replacement
"No, steering box down is the go."
Jun 3
Markus R. replied to Markus R.'s discussion Rag Joint Replacement
"Hi Kevin, you really have the talent to make your description in a way we laughed ouerselves to tears. Thanks for that ! I will try my best next weekend, let‘s see if my wife is talented as yours. Is it maybe easier to loosen the steering…"
Jun 3
Kevin Campbell replied to Markus R.'s discussion Rag Joint Replacement
"Yep, as Russ said. I did mine ages ago and it was a turd to do. Old one out.... easy..... assembly new kit to old joint bits.... easy..... slide rebuild joint onto steering shaft....easy... getting two ton of steering box back on the splines while…"
Jun 3
Russ Austin replied to Markus R.'s discussion Rag Joint Replacement
"You do not need to destroy the old rag joint.  Just unbolt the steering gearbox from the frame and slide it towards the front of the car."
Jun 3
Markus R. posted a discussion

Rag Joint Replacement

Hi All,I have to replace my (Steering) Rag joint, and didn't do that before. Is it possible to replace it without open/disassemble the Steering column, or Steering gear Box? What is the best way to do that? I found some videos from other Cars, but that din't help me really. Must I destroy the old Rag joint, or is it possible to move it with opening the nuts and Bolts? Must I have something I mind for reassembling, like position before disassembling? Thanks a to for every hint!With kind regards…See More
Jun 3

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Do you own any 1963 & 1964 Cadillacs? If Yes, Year & Body Style
1964 Cadillac Fleetwood Sedan
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Current 1963/64 Cadillac Listings on eBay

Started by Jason Edge in For Sale. Last reply by Jason Edge 3 hours ago. 0 Replies

To see all 1963/64 Cadillacs Listed on eBay in the USA…Continue

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This week-end, on the road in a 64 Cadillac.

Started by Kevin Campbell in General Discussion. Last reply by Kevin Campbell 22 hours ago. 20 Replies

Now we live out in the sticks on our acreage, we have to find new places to see and do...Going to attend this tomorrow, and its only 30 minutes up the road, should be a good way to pass some…Continue

Hood hinge help!

Started by Chris miller in General Discussion. Last reply by Chris McBride yesterday. 8 Replies

im trying to align my hood with fenders and everything else. I can get the fenders to line up nicely but the rear corners of the hood pop up. If I push them down it’s fine. What is the stinkin trick…Continue

dual 4 barrel carb

Started by Kim K Kaiser in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion. Last reply by Jason Edge on Sunday. 6 Replies

I was watching one of the car rebuild shows the other day and they kept talking bout putting 2 carburetors in the thing,,,and were would you put another carburetor...,,what would be the purpose,,…Continue

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Original 64 Color sanded and buffed out

Posted by Norman Silverman on November 10, 2018 at 9:05pm 4 Comments

I finally got the car back from the body shop, where they color sanded and polished it out. I am literally blown away by the result! Now, it looks great from 2 feet but if you look REALLY CLOSE you can see that the paint is not as glossy as it should be, but Sothe end result is much better than what I started with. The interior is still original.

Norm

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1906 Cadillac Factory Catalog + Cadillac Engineering Explained-in their own words!

Posted by Jeff Kinzler on November 1, 2018 at 12:30am 4 Comments

Fascinating reading.

Cadillac Catalog from 1906 describing single and four cylinder models in detail as well as Cadillac's history and manufacturing methodology in their own words. 

(I came across this in this GM Archives library pdf while researching a 1906 Cadillac for sale in NJ.)…

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Transmission mounts

Posted by steve white on October 31, 2018 at 6:06pm 3 Comments

Hi all im trying to find out about the transmission side rubber mounts on a turbo hydramatic in a 1964 cadillac coupe deville what are they called and where could i get some i am based in australia

Dustless blaster

Posted by Kurt on October 30, 2018 at 12:23am 1 Comment

Here's something cool I stumbled across on Youtube. Pretty cool. It's like a power washer with sand.

https://youtu.be/YQ7CFGIP4uk

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