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Gilbert H.

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About Gilbert H.

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    Austin, Texas
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    Old German Cars

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  1. I did some research online and it appears to be the primary throttle shaft. I know what to do now. Might be a little figgly, but certainly doable and will probably replace the plastic bushings with bearings that appear to handle off center loads better. Best, g.
  2. I've stripped the threads that connect the throttle rod to my Weber 38/38 carb. I checked the diagram from the usual sources and don't see this particular bolt. I appears connected to the primary shaft and screwed in? Is this right? I need to get it replaced but would like to know if this is something I can do or would I be better sending it out for repair. Any and all insights are appreciated. BTW: Do not over tighten the attaching nut, the tabbed lock washer, which I am missing, is your friend. Much thanks, Gil.
  3. Greetings. I'm looking for a Weber 38/38 throttle rod,the "u" bracket and locking nut. Thanks, Gil. Austin, TX
  4. Greetings. I’m looking for a blaupunkt radio knob. I’ve got one but missing the match. Any one got an orphan we can find a home? I’ll consider a set as well. Its an Essen model. See attached photos. much thanks.
  5. Thank you everyone. Much appreciated. g.
  6. I need to replace the rubber gasket that sits between the adapter and the air filter. RealOEM does not show the part number unfortunately. Anyone have a source and/or part number? Much thanks, Gil.
  7. Looking for a driver quality set of the old raised letter emblems. I've got some later plastic front and back and they're such poor quality. I'd like to refurbish a set myself. Let me know if you've got a single or pair. Thanks. Gilbert. Austin TX. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. 5/16 on the stud size. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. So I'm in the process of installing a cannon intake and i cant find the right nuts to mount the carb to the manifold studs. I thought it was M6x1.0, but no tried 1.25 pitch but not that either. Anyone else come across this. thanks
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