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1930 1931 Buick Parts - Axles, Steering, Etc.

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31Buick80    2

Parts from a Model 8-67 Buick Sedan manufactured in 1930 as a 1931 year, with straight 8 engine.  Parts available include the rear end including torque tube assembly with brakes, front axle with brakes, four wood spoke wheels, steering column with wheel, controls and ignition switch, all four shocks and levers, clutch and brake pedals, parking brake lever, radiator, dash instrument cluster with all gauges, and more.  Parts are located in central New York state between Binghamton and Syracuse with easy access to I-81.  Pictures available upon request.  Taking up space and need to be put to use, so call and let's discuss prices.  Call 607-349-5889 and leave message if I don't answer right away.  Busy but I will call you back promptly. 

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F&J    388
On ‎4‎/‎13‎/‎2017 at 3:03 PM, 31Buick80 said:

steering column

 

Hi, If you still have the steering box, could you make one measurement like the picture below:

 

I have a 32 Nash and never found a steering box to finish the car.  I tried a 34 Buick that fits through the frame with enough width of the pitman sector shaft, but it turns the wrong way because it was independent suspension steering linkages.

 

I know yours would turn the correct way, but I need to know if the sector shaft is long enough to fit through my framerail without the back side of the pitman arm rubbing on the frame side.

 

The measurement below is not to the "start" of the splines, but rather to the grease marks showing where the backside of the pitman arm was.  It can be roughly 1/4" less than my measurement, and still work.   Thanks

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MrEarl    3,046

31Buick80, I would suggest posting this to the Buick Buy/Sell forum also.  Or I can move it for you if you'd like.

 

http://forums.aaca.org/forum/12-buick-buysell/

 

and maybe checking in at the Buick Pre-War forum 

 

http://forums.aaca.org/forum/60-buick-pre-war/

 

I would love to buy the wheels and tires but alas, shipping would be a killer.

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31Buick80    2

MrEarl.

When I posted this I checked the button on top that said Buy/Sell and thought that was where I was listing it.  If you can move it over there also that would be great.  I am new to the forums and not familiar with the various features.

If you are interested in the wheels and tires, I can get them as far as Chattanooga, TN probably within the next few months as I lived there for 32 years and daughter lives there.  As a matter of fact I travel I-75 all the way to Florida. 

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MrEarl    3,046

 Chattanooga would work for me, or maybe around Atlanta  as you are headed to Florida, figure up what you want  for them and PM me. 

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31Buick80    2

Several items have been sold as of 4/20.  The steering column, radiator, shocks, springs, pedals, and dash have been sold. 

 

The rear end, front axle with steering bars, 4 wood wheels, brakes, hand brake lever, water pump, and hob covers (3 found), are still available.

 

Call me at 607-349-5889 for prices.  Thanks.

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MrEarl    3,046

John, as we discussed, if you still have the wheels when you fly south, I'll take them. But if someone needs them now, I'll gladly yield to them.

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