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    Posted: March-26-2019 at 10:23am
Starting a new topic thread for pics of my 67 SN I’m re-conditioning. Need to get to a PC for pic download soon. Testing
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Looking forward to pictures, im putting all new stringers and floor in my 69 SN.
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Daryn,
I too am looking forward to the pictures. Maybe you should start the new thread in the general forum section since the new section is for "What's new at CorrectCraftFan.com"?


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Good idea. I’ll figure this out someday. Usually I get kicked out of forums before I get this far
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was that the light blue one for sale last year at a storage lot?if so glad someone is going to rescue it.
what you dont want to hear from jbear and bill.you cant get in the boat till you get your minute,and they throw you back in water!
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Posting pics for 67 ski nat




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Daryn,
Look'n great. Thanks for the pictures (and Alison). Has it been in the water yet? Did you remove the Carter YH's or did a PO?


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Originally posted by 8122pbrainard 8122pbrainard wrote:

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Look'n great. Thanks for the pictures (and Alison). Has it been in the water yet? Did you remove the Carter YH's or did a PO?


It would appear to be a 318 Chrysler with the original but rebuilt Carter AFB based on this not too old post from 67ski nat

Originally posted by 67 ski nat 67 ski nat wrote:

10-4. At least he saved it from further environ damage. But I’m going thru everything with a fine comb, trying to take my time a make it correct. Only pistons will remain untouched   All new electrical wiring, exhaust, starter rebuilt, Sherwood d-60, original afb CARTER 3180, rebuilt. All old foam out, new floor. Gonna be a beauty
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Ken,
Thanks for the proper ID on the engine.


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Thanks for the proper ID on the engine.


I think it's that funny shade of "Chrysler Blue" that confuses things
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Thank you very much Alison
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Glad you like. Yes Chrysler 318 smooth barely hear it running. , previous owner changed color with one new exhaust manifold. I see original green blue under pan. I painted motor mounts same as the other new Barr exhaust manifold I installed a Chrysler marine blue by moeller. Carter original Afb 3980s polished and rebuilt by Recarbco   Tested twice. Throttle hitting before clutch high rpm. Adjusted better now should engage clutch at idle.
Wish me luck next test soon.
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Originally posted by 67 ski nat 67 ski nat wrote:

   Throttle hitting before clutch high rpm. Adjusted better now should engage clutch at idle.

John,
This may help. It's from the FAQ thread in the maintenance section.

Originally posted by Gary S Gary S wrote:

Greg here is a how to post from Alan 81nautique,on how to adjust your cables---

There's a procedure to follow for properly adjusting your cables. Give these steps a try and you should be good to go.

1. Disconnect cables at trans and carb

2. At the morse control disconnect both cables and rotate the brass pin connector so there is approx 1/8" of thread showing at the cable end. Reconnect both cables to the morse.

3.At the transmission, place the transmission bracket(the one that the cable attached to) in neutral. You may have to move it back and forth to feel exactly where neutral is but it should detent in the center of travel. Once you find a firn neutral connect your trans cable.

4. Step 4 is the magic. Go back to the morse control and with the transmission engage button in, move the throttle lever to the forward engage detent. Just move it forward and it should lock into the forward position firmly, stop whne it does so. Now go to the carb, adjust the cable connector so the throttle cable smoothly attaches to the carb stud without moving the throttle. You are done.

This sequence works for me everytime with NO tweaking if you do it right.

The trick is you must have the throttle in the forward (or Reverse) detent BEFORE trying to attach the cable at the carb.


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Pete thanks for thread on correct way to adjust cables. Will double check using this method. I may have accidentally backed into right action   CCfan is great support, invaluable
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