I just purchased a set of beehive shocks that are not hasslers. I can't post pictures but the springs have a cage built over the springs. That do not bolt over the spring like the hasslers. No name on them and the only mounting is to the perch and the shackle. I know
I have to swap the perches and was hoping someone out there in T land has had some experience with this type. Do they help with the handling and ride. I'm putting them on a 1911 open runabout. I also picked a set of helps springs and know nothing about them. Might off them and get the double hasslers for my 24 Tudor. Any help or a drawing would be of great help. Thanks in advance.
What you describe may be Halladay shocks.
Yep that's them. Thanks. Are they worth the time.
Yes, they are worth the time. I have a set and they are great. Really helps the sway of the body.
Alright. I'll go ahead and rebush. I'm not sure how they mount but I think they'll work good on the 11 open runabout and they look cool. Thanks.
Mine look like they mount on the perch eye and to the end of the leaf. A little different than the photo.