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General Discussion / Outstanding Support and Communication
« on: January 03, 2019, 05:17:43 pm »
I would just like to say thank you to the guys that have been helping me with my Power steering and Window questions. Without Northern Tracks this would have been an almost impossible task.
 Keep up the great work and we all will have a better understanding of our machines and make them better for years to come.
Thanks
Snowbusman 

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Metal Bombardiers / Power Steering for R Models
« on: December 11, 2018, 05:27:00 pm »
Hello, Is there a simple way to install power steering. New vehicles are using an electric units verses the hyd version. My 63 is in for body work finally so the end is in sight! (I hope) Now is the time to install PS if I have to open up the front end.

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V8 Engines / 313 Chrysler Electronic Ignition, Loss of spark
« on: November 28, 2018, 05:08:46 pm »
Hello All,
Just had a stupid snag on my 63 313  converted to electronic ignition problem,
For the last two years no problems starting, then this past week -NO GO!
Well after a lot opf muckin around it turned out to be a bad ground-the base of the Module was not grounded (Or lost its ground).
Cleaned everything thing up, hit the starter button and life!!
WATCH THOSE GROUNDS

Bob

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General Discussion / Lets keep this going
« on: January 04, 2008, 09:00:49 pm »
Every one has a storey, lets keep this site going

Bob Sanders the Snowbusman in Sault Ste Marie

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Drivetrain / Brakes
« on: January 24, 2007, 09:12:52 am »
Hello out there and I just want to say that this forum is a great way for us Snowbus guys to move information around. I'm down here in Sault Ste Marie restoring a R63 which I got off a retired fisherman who used to work Lake Nipigon. It has been a long endeavour but interesting.
Has anyone ever come up with a reliable braking system. The drum brake on the transmission is not the most reliable way to use in a continuous operation. It would seem to me that some sort of hydraulic hand operated master cylinder and caliper and disc could be mounted on the input pinion of the Differential 
Any ideas or suggestions out there
Have a great winter and be careful

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