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Wishbones, Axles, Perchs, Springes, Spindles, Tie Rods in Near Perfect Condition

Posted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 8:49 am
by RichJ
I have enough parts to assemble several complete chassis: Wishbones, axles, perches, springs, spindles, tie rods all in near perfect condition. I have three good frames, rust free rear axle parts, lots of suspension, engine, and transmission stuff and boxes of miscellaneous.
If you are interested and a snowbird coming to Florida bring a pickup or trailer. The more you buy the better the deal!!
Rich
561-262-0393

Re: Wishbones, Axles, Perchs, Springes, Spindles, Tie Rods in Near Perfect Condition

Posted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 11:27 am
by RichJ
Please reply to richsclassiccars@bellsouth.net or 561-262-0393.

Re: Wishbones, Axles, Perchs, Springes, Spindles, Tie Rods in Near Perfect Condition

Posted: Fri Jan 25, 2019 6:01 pm
by RichJ
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One frame and spring is sold. Still lots more to pick from.
I have a new tapered front spring, I don't believe it is original Ford.
I also have enough miscellaneous leaves to build several springs (see pictures).

Re: Wishbones, Axles, Perchs, Springes, Spindles, Tie Rods in Near Perfect Condition

Posted: Thu Feb 07, 2019 10:13 am
by RichJ
Picture of used original exhaust pipe and new tapered aftermarket spring.

Re: Wishbones, Axles, Perchs, Springes, Spindles, Tie Rods in Near Perfect Condition

Posted: Sun Feb 10, 2019 9:59 am
by RichJ
Look again :)

Re: Wishbones, Axles, Perchs, Springes, Spindles, Tie Rods in Near Perfect Condition

Posted: Mon Feb 25, 2019 9:50 pm
by Jtray26
Rich, I am restoring a 1916 runabout, and I’m in need of a good set of correct front spring perches and a good wishbone. Please let me know what you have available. Thanks!

Tyler

Re: Wishbones, Axles, Perchs, Springes, Spindles, Tie Rods in Near Perfect Condition

Posted: Wed Feb 27, 2019 2:53 pm
by Sarikatime
Rich, I need a rear axle truss. That thick wire that spans from one side to the other under the axle and strapped on both sides to keep the axle from sagging. Frank