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So, many have done this to get a modern rear and brakes under their trucks. Mine is a 46 WD15. Right now it sits way up in the rear, and for a 3/4 ton I can understand that. I'm never going to load it like that again. I wanted to ask what leaf springs people are using when they do the swap. Mine are 75 years old, they need to be replaced anyway. I don't want to just buy another set of stock ones, then take out leafs to get them down. Any suggestions? Thanks.
o8958473Hey all I just wanted to say hello and ask a few Questions. A little about myself. I'm an Oldsmobile guy but I recently (as of yesterday) acquired a 1952 Plymouth cranbrook 4 dr. I'm currently on a strict budget and my oldsmobiles were way out of my price range... buddy is cleaning house due to a divorce (C#@t... but whatever) and I landed a his ride for a steal. I called my guru cousin that owns a performance shop and asked for his advice on the car. It is a PROJECT.... Solid body though. Currently has a chevy 230 inline 6 out of a 62 truck so the fire wall has been alte
Ok so I have a few questions. I've never owned, dealt, etc. anything mopar. My wife and I have acquired her great grandparents 46-48 Chrysler Windsor Club coupe, 5 window, 2 door. I'm not sure how to tell the year, just been judging from google images. The car has the spitfire flathead six with fluid drive. The car has been sitting for 50+ years. Floor boards are gone along with rust in other places. We've pretty much decided that it's more project than we want but I don't know if it's a car that there's a market for, or if there's any money in parting it out, or just haul it to the scrap yard
I'm listing a Miller Specialty Tools brake adjustment tool set here & on ebay. It's got the gauge with a short & long pin, another thing(rod w/ sliding conical pieces?) & 7 mandrels for various years of Mopar vehicles from early 1930's through mid 1950's, other than that I really have no clue on specific years & makes it would fit?? The mandrel #'s are: 30, 31, 32, 41, 44, 47 & 70 I saw another guy on here asking about the same set & he said he found that mandrel #44 fit Ford Model A & my dad thought the #70 fit Dodge trucks? I know there's a guy selling CD's with