Duesebpnberg fuel pumps

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11 Feb 2014 14:53 #26946 by Va 33
Va 33 created the topic: Duesebpnberg fuel pumps
We are restoring J408 my question is was a block or some type of pad between the auto pulse fuel pump mounting bracket and the frame? It appears to need more clearance between the pump manifold and the frame.

Also where is the crank shaft serial number located?

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11 Feb 2014 17:50 #26949 by Joel
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The crankshaft number is on the side of the rearmost crank throw. On the attached picture, you can see the rear main bearing and the bellhousing at the right side of the picture. This is viewed from underneath with the oil pan off.


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1929 Duesenberg Model J Murphy Convertible Coupe

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11 Feb 2014 19:18 #26951 by Bob Roller
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Try removing the crankcase vent and take a look and see if the number can be seen.You probably will have to roll the crankshaft by bumping the starter.

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11 Feb 2014 21:22 #26952 by Va 33
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Joel wrote: The crankshaft number is on the side of the rearmost crank throw. On the attached picture, you can see the rear main bearing and the bellhousing at the right side of the picture. This is viewed from underneath with the oil pan off.

Thank you Vaughn

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20 Mar 2014 18:19 #27223 by Va 33
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Joel wrote: The crankshaft number is on the side of the rearmost crank throw. On the attached picture, you can see the rear main bearing and the bellhousing at the right side of the picture. This is viewed from underneath with the oil pan off.

. We found it, the engine does have its original crank...many thanks

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