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08-23-2012 12:10 AM
rusty duck I have a mighty wiper in my '37 coupe and have had one in a '35 pickup. Both worked great and were easy to install, and not expensive.
Jim
08-09-2012 10:13 PM
496CHEVY3100
36 chevy wiper motor

Hope this helps jim carter truck parts has different versions of what you are looking for electric motor use your arms part #ww350 for 67.50 or compkete change over wipers for both sides motor transmission (arms gear box )very well made easy to install part#ww355 $345 i installed the deluxe kit on my 50 chevy pu 2 years ago no problems part # listed above are for 1934-1946 or 47 1st design phone #800-226-1919
03-23-2012 08:59 AM
#1spudman
electronic voltage reducers

classic haulers.com has voltage reducers for motors up to 15 amps part#3223 for $59.50 ea phone 1-877-252-1948 page 39
03-23-2012 08:32 AM
#1spudman
in the old day's

in the old day's my dad just tap haft way and was 6v do they make a battery that have 12v and 6v tap on it spudman
03-23-2012 08:25 AM
#1spudman
use a 6v battery

a friend said just use a 6v battery and charge wen needed for wiper and heater blower motor hay if it work's and cheap
03-17-2012 08:57 AM
35terraplane
Wiper motor

Quote:
Originally Posted by PatM
Your truck originally had a vacuum wiper system. There are several aftermarket units. The suggested mighty wiper is one choice.
Pat

Would you guys read the OP, he wants an up grade not 6 volt or vacuum if I read it right.

Bob
03-16-2012 09:20 PM
PatM Your truck originally had a vacuum wiper system. There are several aftermarket units. The suggested mighty wiper is one choice.
Pat
03-15-2012 03:56 PM
Joe G Your truck just has a single wiper, right? If so I would be looking at Mighty Wiper. They are available in 6v or 12v, use a simple on/off switch, and draw less than one amp.



Hope this helps....
03-15-2012 08:39 AM
cadmanof50s I think in that vintage you probably have a 6 volt system?
If so it will probably cost you a little mopre than the guys with the 12 volt setup.

I don't know of anyone who makes the motors that run directly off 6 volts.

I had to use a power converter in my '48 Cadi in order to update the wiper system to electric. A little more costly and a few more wires and gadgets to deal with.

Vic Brincat
03-15-2012 03:17 AM
megancheung You can search it online.there are many information.
03-10-2012 05:36 PM
EOD Guy I used Detroit Speed delay wiper system, super easy install and comes complete with everything needed including a fuse, billet knob etc....... they are proud if it tho' to me it was well worth the money.
03-10-2012 02:44 PM
vicrod For my '33 I used Specialty Power Windows and wipers.
They don't use linkage it's a push-pull cable thang making it fittable to most applications.

vicrod
03-10-2012 02:35 PM
poncho62 I used a VW bug electric motor and arms in my 51 F1...just had to shorten the cross arm a bit
03-10-2012 02:31 PM
35terraplane
wiper motors

Quote:
Originally Posted by 1937MoPar
I am looking for a newer electric wiper motor set up for my 36 chevy truck. Thank you guys!
Get a hold of Newport Engineering, They have motors for most cars and trucks. I don't have the # but that's what the nets for.

Bob
03-10-2012 11:21 AM
1937MoPar
36 chevy truck wiper motor help?

I am looking for a newer electric wiper motor set up for my 36 chevy truck. Thank you guys!

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