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Username Post: '37 frame        (Topic#358790)
McCargar 
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McCargar
Reg: 12-07-11
11-12-19 08:29 AM - Post#2780035    

I have a 1937 Master Deluxe 2 Dr Knee action and the frame has been cracked/broken both sides about a foot behind the front axle center line. Is this something common to the ’37-38? Or is it just the hard life this car has endured.
Also I’m unable to get the steering wheel off. Does anyone have any special tricks to get it off?
Wayne




 


gcrkfrd 
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Age: 72
Loc: Neosho, MO.
Reg: 04-01-18
11-13-19 03:49 PM - Post#2780117    
    In response to McCargar

Just be super careful, Chebby steering wheels like to hit people in the face



 
McCargar 
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Reg: 12-07-11
11-14-19 08:19 AM - Post#2780141    
    In response to gcrkfrd

So noted. That though had never crossed my mind.
Thanks



 
1971BB427 
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Loc: Portland,Or
Reg: 12-06-09
11-15-19 08:55 AM - Post#2780215    
    In response to McCargar

What are you using to try and get the wheel off? I've never had much issue if I use a steering wheel puller. One trick is to tighten the puller down pretty snug, and then give the end of the puller a sharp rap with a hammer.That usually jars the worst stuck wheels loose and then they pull right off.


1969 Suburban 2wd 350
1939 Chevy passenger coupe
1946 Austin gasser 327/TH350


 


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