vibration damper color

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03 Oct 2004 19:58 #2311 by K Clark
K Clark created the topic: vibration damper color
Hi!
Looks like there will be a lot of questions.
I'm getting ready to assemble the vibration damper on my 1932 8-100-A, I need to know if it should be black or engine color (green)? also the bell housing and transmission? Color!!! I'm assuming the drive shaft is black along with the frame and other chassis parts.
Thanks for any and all information.
Ken Clark

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04 Oct 2004 20:34 #2314 by Auburn/Cord Parts
Auburn/Cord Parts replied the topic: RE: Vibration Damper Color
Ken-

Vibration Dampeners are normally painted with the engine just like the bell housing. The transmissions came from DG&M already painted black. Also, you are correct that most chassis parts and frame are black on that model.

Pressed metal parts and electrical components, water pump were a low sheen black. Aluminum parts like the spark plug wire conduit was left natural. Also, the manifolds are not coated with porcelain but started out black and changed with heat.

A good guide was in ACD N/L 1998 No. 4, pages 14-17.

Stan

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