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    Re: What Gray Marine Engine do I. Have?

    I'm guessing that is a flat head six that is probably based on the 226 CID Continental industrial engine. you should be able to find "226" cast into the block near the oil pan flange, probably under...
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    Re: Seeking Graymarine 4-112 replacement

    Your little Graymarine is based on a Continental industrial engine (fork lifts, compressors, generators, welders, etc). Once you identify what model Continental engine it is you should be able to...
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    Re: Gray Marine 6-150

    your Graymarine is a 'marinized' Continental industrial engine (compressors, fork lifts, welders, generators, etc) Once you identify what Continental engine it is many internal parts are as close as...
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    Re: Lets see your Chrysler powered boat

    https://uniim1.shutterfly.com/ng/services/mediarender/THISLIFE/002003758370/media/33119563092/medium/1500906085/enhance

    OK, I know it's old thread, ....... It's an old boat

    1957 Hubert Johnson...
  5. 1957 Chrysler Crown generator voltage regulators

    A real shot in the dark here, ...................
    I have a pair of 1957 Chrysler Crown M47's that need new voltage regulators for the generators. I have had no luck (zero, zilch, nothing)...
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    Re: Gray Marine 6 inline approx 1955

    A couple of things, either the engine is a Chris Craft (Hercules engine converted by Chris Craft), or a Graymarine (Continental engine converted by Graymarine). Either way, I presume this is a...
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    Re: 1946 Chris-Craft KB versus KBL

    Certainly David VaNess @VaNess engineering in NJ can tell you all the details.
  8. Thread: Gray marine gas

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    Re: Gray marine gas

    The "109" is based on the Continental "F226" industrial engine (226 CID) and that is how you need to have it looked up at your local auto parts store to find parts.
  9. Re: 1949 Chrysler Crown engine -- part no. and supplier questions

    A bit late for a reply, ....... I don't think anyone makes new manifolds for the Crown or Ace. (the link above is to Barr marine, and they do not make them any more)
    Basic engine parts are...
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    Chrysler crown M47 (1957) head studs

    Any suggestions on where to buy head studs & nuts for a pair of Chrysler Crown M47's?
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    Chrysler Crown M47 fuel pumps

    I am looking for the part numbers (or source) for the fuel pump for a Chrysler Crown M47 (1957).

    Thanks!
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    Re: transmission jumping out of gear

    is this a hydraulic or mechanical reverse gear??
  13. Re: Any suggestions on how to manually rotate a flywheel-forward 283?

    Rick: I really like your idea of 'modifying' an old starter motor, very good! I completely agree with you about possibly damaging a ring gear tooth by using a prybar (I probably shouldn't have...
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    Re: removing tranny from 109

    Good news!
  15. Re: Any suggestions on how to manually rotate a flywheel-forward 283?

    In similar situations I've had luck using a big prybar or crowbar under the edge of the motormount/flywheel cover and catching a tooth on the ring gear. If you are careful and don't let the end of...
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    Re: removing tranny from 109

    Not sure what you mean by "disengaged"? It is a pretty easy job on both the Paragon hydraulic and manual versions. Remove the bolts holding it to the rear bell housing and it pulls right off.
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    Re: 283 engine rebuild - assembly questions

    Mike: Glad to hear you are back at it! When I put mine back together I used a very little bit of Permatex (#2 I think, - the non-hardening type) on the gasket. I think I would recommend using...
  18. Thread: The Proper wheel

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    Re: The Proper wheel

    What RPM are you getting out of the engine when wide open? If you are hitting hte rated RPM (guessing about 4500 for that engine) then you need more prop (I'd try a 13x13)
    ("Wheel" is an old time...
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    Re: Engine rotation for CC 1982 350 QL & 350Q

    Hmm, interesting about engine rotation, learn something new every day. And yep, it was a Luhrs that I saw what I had considered to be 'backwards' prop rotations on. I wonder when they (Luhrs)...
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    Re: Engine rotation for CC 1982 350 QL & 350Q

    Hmm, interesting thought. I know they handle better in "normal" rotation. This is the first I've heard about more speed in "opposite" rotation. Makes a bit of sense I guess. Thanks!
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