Decals (was Re: Noisy Prop Shaft Tubes)

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Larry & Nancy Solheim

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I can still use one forthe motorhome, Ron.It will certainly dress up the backend as we travel across the country withAmphiflat-towed (toad ?) behind. I think you posted the size as 12h x 22w". Does it affect the manufacturing process to reduce the size sightly? Say 20" across the bottom (and the height whatever proper perspective results in)? Either way, please count me in. --Larry

rlgreen_55 <rgreen@reynoldsconstruction.com> wrote: <blockquote class="replbq" style="PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #1010ff 2px solid"><tt>
I have had some interest in the Amphicar decals and am going to have
my sign guy run some off. I can get a decent break on a 50 lot and
the next lot down would be 25. I know you are interested in one and
Chuck would like 2. Anyone else? Price would be
$25 to $33 depending
on how many I have him make.

Ron Green
Camp Hill, PA.


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<amphi662001@...> wrote:
>
> In the "It's Always Something Department" . . . . .
>
> Now that the engine/clutch work are complete, looking at other
things I noticed that the port side prop shaft bearings are quite
noisy. Now seems the time to work on it as everything else is out of
the way.
>
> Has anyone removed/replaced shaft and bearings with the housing
assembly in the car?
>
> I did the replacement work on MetalBeast (many years ago) on the
bench per the manual, and recall using a brass drift and hammer to
remove the shaft (per manual) and not a press. Therefore, I see no
reason why it wouldn't work. Just thought
I'd get some "voices of
experience".
>
> I also seem to recall not properly rotating the shaft during the
disassembly and bending spacer washers that needed to be repurchased,
but I can't quite remember the exact problem.
>
> Thanks,
> --Larry (& Amphi in drydock)
>
>
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Larry, I am unsure if they can be made in various sizes however I will
ask. If I have a batch run off it will definitely be easier to have him
run one size. In order to produce this decal a few years back I had to
pay them a up front cost to set all up (pixels verses size, clarity,
etc.). I believe it cost somewhere in the $150 range?

Will keep you posted. Unless I get more interest it looks like 25 will
be made in lieu of 50.

Ron Green

--- In amphicar-lovers@yahoogroups.com, Larry & Nancy Solheim
<amphi662001@...> wrote:
>
> I can still use one for the motorhome, Ron. It will certainly dress
up the backend as we travel across the country with Amphi flat-towed
(toad ?) behind.
>
> I think you posted the size as 12h x 22w". Does it affect the
manufacturing process to reduce the size sightly? Say 20" across the
bottom (and the height whatever proper perspective results in)?
>
> Either way, please count me in.
>
> --Larry
>
> rlgreen_55 <rgreen@...> wrote:
>
> I have had some interest in the Amphicar decals and am going to have
> my sign guy run some off. I can get a decent break on a 50 lot and
> the next lot down would be 25. I know you are interested in one and
> Chuck would like 2. Anyone else? Price would be $25 to $33 depending
> on how many I have him make.
>
> Ron Green
> Camp Hill, PA.
>
>
> --- In amphicar-lovers@yahoogroups.com, Larry & Nancy Solheim
> <amphi662001@> wrote:
> >
> > In the "It's Always Something Department" . . . . .
> >
> > Now that the engine/clutch work are complete, looking at other
> things I noticed that the port side prop shaft bearings are quite
> noisy. Now seems the time to work on it as everything else is out of
> the way.
> >
> > Has anyone removed/replaced shaft and bearings with the housing
> assembly in the car?
> >
> > I did the replacement work on MetalBeast (many years ago) on the
> bench per the manual, and recall using a brass drift and hammer to
> remove the shaft (per manual) and not a press. Therefore, I see no
> reason why it wouldn't work. Just thought I'd get some "voices of
> experience".
> >
> > I also seem to recall not properly rotating the shaft during the
> disassembly and bending spacer washers that needed to be repurchased,
> but I can't quite remember the exact problem.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > --Larry (& Amphi in drydock)
> >
> >
> > ---------------------------------
> > Relax. Yahoo! Mail virus scanning helps detect nasty viruses!
> >
>
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Thanks Ron. Whatever you can do is highly appreciated and will be displayed proudly! --Larry

rlgreen_55 <rgreen@reynoldsconstruction.com> wrote: <blockquote class="replbq" style="PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #1010ff 2px solid"><tt>Larry, I am unsure if they can be made in various sizes however I will
ask. If I have a batch run off it will definitely be easier to have him
run one size. In order to produce this decal a few years back I had to
pay them a up front cost to set all up (pixels verses size, clarity,
etc.). I believe it cost somewhere in the $150 range?

Will keep you posted. Unless I get more interest it looks like 25 will
be made in lieu of 50.

Ron Green

--- In amphicar-lovers@yahoogroups.com, Larry & Nancy Solheim
<amphi662001@...> wrote:
>
> I can still use one for the motorhome, Ron. It will certainly dress

up the backend as we travel across the country with Amphi flat-towed
(toad ?) behind.
>
> I think you posted the size as 12h x 22w". Does it affect the
manufacturing process to reduce the size sightly? Say 20" across the
bottom (and the height whatever proper perspective results in)?
>
> Either way, please count me in.
>
> --Larry
>
> rlgreen_55 <rgreen@...> wrote:
>
> I have had some interest in the Amphicar decals and am going to have
> my sign guy run some off. I can get a decent break on a 50 lot and
> the next lot down would be 25. I know you are interested in one and
> Chuck would like 2. Anyone else? Price would be $25 to $33 depending
> on how many I have him make.
>
> Ron Green
> Camp Hill, PA.
>
>

> --- In amphicar-lovers@yahoogroups.com, Larry & Nancy Solheim
> <amphi662001@> wrote:
> >
> > In the "It's Always Something Department" . . . . .
> >
> > Now that the engine/clutch work are complete, looking at other
> things I noticed that the port side prop shaft bearings are quite
> noisy. Now seems the time to work on it as everything else is out of
> the way.
> >
> > Has anyone removed/replaced shaft and bearings with the housing
> assembly in the car?
> >
> > I did the replacement work on MetalBeast (many years ago) on the
> bench per the manual, and recall using a brass drift and hammer to
> remove the shaft (per manual) and not a press. Therefore, I see no
> reason why it wouldn't work. Just thought I'd get some
"voices of
> experience".
> >
> > I also seem to recall not properly rotating the shaft during the
> disassembly and bending spacer washers that needed to be repurchased,
> but I can't quite remember the exact problem.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > --Larry (& Amphi in drydock)
> >
> >
> > ---------------------------------
> > Relax. Yahoo! Mail virus scanning helps detect nasty viruses!
> >
>
>
>
>
>
>
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> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> Please support our sponsors while ensuring the very best restoration
services for your Amphicar. Please pay a visit to:
> http://www.midwestamphicar.com
>
> The amphicar list is a seperate service from the International
Amphicar Owners Club. Do join the club today at http://www.amphicar.com
>
> To Unsubscribe from this List, just send a blank email to:
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> Archives:
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> For more information about this List and other available services
> visit:
> http://groups.yahoo.com/group/amphicar-lovers/
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>
amphicar770@...
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