Rpm Engineering

Started by Rich Iannelli, February 18, 2013, 10:37:16 AM

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Rich Iannelli

Hi,
Has anyone heard from Ron Metcalf from RPM Engineering lately.  I have been calling but he never calls back.  I am waiting on my 1937 lasalle power steering gear box and power master cylinder.  I hope he is is well.  He has helped me solve many issues with my Lasalle and always has time for my questions.

Thanks,
Rich Iannelli
Hampton Bays, NY
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Rich Iannelli

I received my disc rotors, calipers, and hoses in December 2012. He sent me a bracket for a/c 508 compressor , reworked water outlet tube, and the power steering pump with bracket all for the caddy flathead. Also Doubled up the pulley on the water pump and added a second sealed bearing.  Real quality parts. Then when I called him he was feeling ill and told me the steering box was returned to him because it was leaking thru the box.  He is a wealth of information and was wondering if anyone close to Desert Springs, Ca had any contact with him. 

Any help would be welcomed,

Rich Iannelli
Hampton Bays, NY
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Re: RPM Engineering - Ron Metcalf - aftermarket disc brakes
« Reply #12 on: March 02, 2012, 07:09:59 PM »
   
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22400 Lamel
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