Ken Attkisson 1964 Walker Power Truck

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Turn signal factory location in my 64 truck.

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Body still in strip down on old navy bomb wagon.

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Running gear after painting. Engine started well after not being running for 12 years. Cleaned carb, adjusted valves, changed plugs, rebuilt fuel pump, and installed a new rubber casting on end of breather tube.

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Shows new one wire alternator. Will construct new wiring harness when body is reinstalled.

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Shows removed box body hanging from monorail. Body will be repaired later after unit is mobile.

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Body fully stripped of accessories and floor rubber. Major rust under rubber from trapped water.

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Shows previous damage to front steel from a parade collision when brakes failed many years ago.

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Steering wheel spindle arriagnment. Its hard getting a straight bore plastic steering wheel that has been on 53 years.

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Ken sent these photos September 2017

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Your truck looks GREAT

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Nice work Ken

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The FLEX coupling used between the driven pulley and the transmission is a Morse 070415 MORFLEX CENTER COUPLING 2296257 and the Morse 086402 402 MORFLEX CC BOLT SET 2296794.
The replacement Drive belt is a GATES 2322V441, for best results.

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Ken replaced the wiper blade with a Anco 52 - 10, is the Anco number

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