Some Handy Mighty Mite Info (PART NUMBERS)

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Mighty Mite Info, CARB REBUILD KIT, (PART NUMBERS)

Post by mendoza » Thu Feb 27, 2014 10:15 pm

Can you list and or send me the numbers for the carb. rebuild kit?
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"I did find a carb rebuild kit that was a exact match and a master cylinder kit that works.I can list #'s if anyone needs them."

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Post by Joe S » Sat Sep 26, 2015 2:15 pm

I found a part number for the steering box shaft seal.
Timken 480889

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Re: Some Handy Mighty Mite Info (PART NUMBERS)

Post by Jim Sanders » Fri Nov 13, 2015 11:19 am

Could you post the part numbers or email to jim088@hotmail.com thanks
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Re: Some Handy Mighty Mite Info (PART NUMBERS)

Post by mspeters » Sat Dec 19, 2015 10:13 pm

SHOCK ABSORBERS

Transfer post from the dead steel soldiers site

These are Monroe part numbers from 7 years ago. They should still x-ref.
These numbers are similar to the Mite shock specs in the Mite Tech Manuals.

Fronts -- 5753 (10.375" - 16.750") -- Sensa-Trac - mid 50's Mercurys

Rear -- 555003 (9.625" - 14.75") - Gas Magnum RV/trailer shock

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Re: Some Handy Mighty Mite Info (PART NUMBERS)

Post by mspeters » Tue Oct 17, 2017 8:25 pm

Emergency Brake - Rubber Dust Boots

‘39-‘48 Ford - same as original
Available from Mac’s auto parts / Ecklers

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Re: Some Handy Mighty Mite Info (PART NUMBERS)

Post by EvilleMark » Thu May 03, 2018 6:04 pm

Bill, do you you know how to find these spring bushings. I couldn't find on suspension.com
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Post by Radar4xfour » Sun May 13, 2018 6:56 pm

Hello Mark,

Energy Suspension P# is 9.9176G, qty. 16 needed per vehicle.n. Order from any Energy Suspension dealer, mine came from Summit Racing.

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Post by Joe S » Tue Sep 04, 2018 1:32 pm

here is some updated numbers from some obsolete part numbers. I am posting all that I have again.

Front hub large bearing sets Timken 27690 bearing and 27620 race
Front hub small bearing sets Timken 18790 bearing and 18720 race
Front hub seal National 410708

Rear hub bearing sets National LM67048 bearing and LM67010 race
Or Timken SET6
Rear hub bearing seal National 473445 or SKF 16680

Engine front pulley seal National 473367

Steering box shaft seal Timken 480889

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Re: Some Handy Mighty Mite Info (PART NUMBERS)

Post by jrlatt » Mon Oct 01, 2018 4:51 pm

Hello

My name is Roger. I just became a member. looking forward to exchanging information. I was wondering if anyone has the carb rebuild kit numbers.

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Post by first 422 » Sat Oct 13, 2018 1:35 pm

Hi Roger,
I found this carb kit from carbs unlimited #KT-5105 but it does not have the correct bowl gasket. It does have the correct accel pump, power valve and float needle and seat and the throttle plate to body gasket. I saw the bowl gasket on M422a1.com website.

I hope that this helps!

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Post by jrlatt » Sun Oct 28, 2018 9:14 pm

Hello Ed

Thanks for the information.

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Post by mspeters » Fri Nov 30, 2018 7:26 pm

Pinion Seals for front and Rear diff.

Standard = 5778 Timken - Nitrile rubber

Modern crossover = 4941V Timken; SKF 15791 - These are both Fluoroelastomer

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Re: Some Handy Mighty Mite Info (PART NUMBERS)

Post by mendoza » Wed Mar 06, 2019 1:14 pm

lawverdict wrote:
Sun Mar 31, 2013 5:35 pm
A carb rebuild kit number and brake master cylinder rebuild number would be appreciated.
DID anyone come up with the Answer?

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Re: Some Handy Mighty Mite Info (PART NUMBERS)

Post by Babadave » Sat Mar 30, 2019 8:00 am

Carb kits 'per se' ? No, nothing is a direct and complete kit for this Holley.
You can get various kits that come close. But nothing I have found is a direct exact complete rebuild kit.
I have had good success with this place :

https://daytonaparts.com/

They clean, replate as necessary and rebuild. They will even test run on a donkey engine and do initial settings. Not 'too' bad $ wise considering ? I have had 6 re-done there with Eathanol resistant rubber. They are all still going strong.

Brake master cylinder kit, same as above. This is a old Lockheed design. Aluminum bore. Fiddily to rebuild.
You can still find NOS Master cylinders on EBay, and most of the vendors. There ARE rebuild kits on EPay as well. NOS original kits are the way to go IMHO if your bore hones and cleans up perfectly

Good luck !
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Pushrod tube springs

Post by mspeters » Mon Jun 24, 2019 10:10 pm

These pushrod tube springs can replace the rusty mite springs.

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# 71957-5

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