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New trim for Advance Design Panel Trucks
Coming soon: NEW -- after almost 60 years
From Jim Carter Antique Truck Parts
Something for your Advance Design Panel

Set of 12 mirror-polished stainless lower fender trim. (see enlarged image)

This was original on the Advance Design (1947 to 1955) Deluxe panel truck.

Check out Part No. TRT400 on the Jim Carter website for details and to reserve your set NOW ... with no money commitment.

Production is in the final stages. Plans are to have them in stock by mid- to late- July 2015.

Sold in sets including clips and mounting instructions.

Also available is the long stainless trim for the upper fender (Part No. TRT402). Check the Jim Carter website for details.

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#830377 - Mon Feb 27 2012 05:22 PM New Tech Tip for review!
The Ned Offline
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Edited by The Ned (Sat Mar 03 2012 10:14 PM)
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#830399 - Mon Feb 27 2012 06:21 PM Re: New Tech Tip for review! [Re: The Ned]
Wrenchbender Ret. Offline
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That is great info. Getting the 14 spline clutch disc is always the big problem. Did you have to cut the front brg. retainer coller back also? I have cut several of the shafts back with an air die grinder & a cuttoff wheel.
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#830407 - Mon Feb 27 2012 07:04 PM Re: New Tech Tip for review! [Re: Wrenchbender Ret.]
bowtietim Offline
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With the 10 spline input shaft,did you have to extend the splines ?I have done two of them and cut the splines"extend" so the clutch disc will travel further.Just curious about the spline length of the jeep input shaft.



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#830448 - Mon Feb 27 2012 09:02 PM Re: New Tech Tip for review! [Re: bowtietim]
The Ned Offline
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According to Steve, no other modification was required. He say's it works like a dream.

Hopefully he'll take a look at this and respond.
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#832011 - Sat Mar 03 2012 10:14 PM Re: New Tech Tip for review! [Re: The Ned]
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#832717 - Tue Mar 06 2012 07:12 AM Re: New Tech Tip for review! [Re: The Ned]
Peggy M Offline
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Okay, this Tech Tip is in it's final form. If you have any comments, suggestions (or a picture that would go with it thumbs_up), let us know. It will stay permanently linked to the thread in the Driveline section for any future discussion.

Steve and The Ned did a great job with this. Thank you thank you.

Peg
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#833738 - Fri Mar 09 2012 01:36 PM Re: New Tech Tip for review! [Re: Peggy M]
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I spoke with Steve regarding the questions asked.

1. Wrench Bender, No mods were required to the retainer.
2. Bowtietim, No the only mod to the shaft was trimming off the end of the pilot shaft.
3. Joker, on the model trasmission used the speedo was mechanical. Later years used an electronic sensor, but not sure when that came to be.

thanks for the feedback folks.

Ned
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