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looking for a set of new 1929 Plymouth king pins and bushes. Need them so the car is drivable by June. My emails and phone calls to venders in New Zealand and America have come up dry so maybe someone has a set in their private collection they are willing to sell. Will
Hi, I wanted to inquire as to what others have done about worn king pins and bushings on a Light Six Studebaker. I've never had a vehicle with king pins prior to owning my 1924 EM, so I have no experience on repairs or replacement of these parts. With the wheels off, I can measure a good amount of movement in the pins and believe they're shot. I'd be greatful for advice on how to obtain replacement parts, or if parts from other cars are interchangeable. The rest of the steering components are badly worn as well, and the car shakes pretty badly when traveling above 35 mph. If someone knows
I finally got started on the suspension and brake kit from Cars. Yoda is really in need. I have a couple of questions for some of you guys that have already tackled this work. I'm sure Willy has done this a million times! King Pin removal: Is there some trick to this other than banging the ba-jesus out of the locking pin? I assume the locking pin always removes front to rear or can the pin be installed either way? Since the pin is flush in the rear and not flush at the front, I'm thinking it's front to rear. The manual just says drive out the pin. This is only the second time I've removed King