Andrewott

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  1. Does anyone have any information on identifying the various springs used for Hassler shocks? The catalog shows quite a few different springs for roadsters, coupes, etc by their part numbers. But how can they be recognized now? I believe the only difference is the wire diameter, but the catalog doesn’t list the wire diameter for the various part numbers. Andy Ott andrewott@aol.com
  2. I’m working on installing Hasslers on one of my Model T projects. I’m trying to figure out the year ranges for the various types I’m seeing. There’s what I think is comment referred to as the “beehive” type, with springs about 6 inches tall, and here’s the “pancake” type, with springs only about 2 inches high. What years or car types were each of these different types of Hasslers used? Thanks for any help.
  3. I’m trying to put together a set of Hassler shock absorbers for a 1926-26 vehicle, but of course at least the way they attach to the rear axle is different from the rest , the pre-1925 vehicles. What are the differences? What am I looking for? Does anyone have the “Hassler Shock Absorbers and Parts Catalog” similar to the Catalog 103 found easily on line, but for the ‘26-‘27 rather than the earlier ones? thanks