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Cord 812 Custom Beverly restoration story

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22 Apr 2019 00:13 #37039 by JIM.OBRIEN
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Hi Ruby,

You are coming along nicely. One comment - the inner CV joint cover need to be rotated. The fill fitting on the left joint should be at the top, just forward of the center line. The cover on the right joint should be just rear of the top center.

The lines for the cross shift are copper lines, you just need the furrels.

All the fittings you are looking for are all readily available from any good supplier supplier, either locally or on line. If you need help let me know.
Jim

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22 Apr 2019 11:52 #37040 by RubyDS
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Terry Cockerell wrote: Hi Ruby you certainly have come a long way since starting the restoration. Your skills and determination are beyond belief ...................... well done.
I have a question for you, "What is the bolt and lock nut in the middle of the front chassis cross member for ?" "This is immediately in front of the gear box oil pump."
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Terry Cockerell


Hello Terry,

The nut on the front chassis member is not on my car but on a cutomer 810 ,no reason to have this bolt.
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22 Apr 2019 11:56 #37041 by RubyDS
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JIM.OBRIEN wrote: Hi Ruby,

You are coming along nicely. One comment - the inner CV joint cover need to be rotated. The fill fitting on the left joint should be at the top, just forward of the center line. The cover on the right joint should be just rear of the top center.

The lines for the cross shift are copper lines, you just need the furrels.

All the fittings you are looking for are all readily available from any good supplier supplier, either locally or on line. If you need help let me know.
Jim


Hi Jim,thanks for this response,have you an adress for the fittings to make my gearbox controls lines.

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02 May 2019 19:59 #37126 by RubyDS
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02 Jun 2019 13:46 #37362 by RubyDS
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My two thermostat are not similar and not opening to same temperature ,what model use for 812 engine? 153° temperature?
Or best cooling without thermostat?

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02 Jun 2019 16:08 #37363 by uconn_1965
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Cord will run hotter with out thermostats. Best to use low temperture thermostats even if they are not matched (example 153 degree and 160 degree.

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