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1934 to 1952 Chrysler, Dodge, DeSoto and Plymouth King Pin Sets. Vintage, Made in U.S.A.


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I have several vintage, new-in-box king pin kits for 1934-1952 MOPAR. These are quality parts, made in the U.S.A. by McQuay-Norris. They fit most six cylinder models of the following cars:

--1935 to 1939 Chrysler

--1935 to 1935 DeSoto

--1934 to 1952 Dodge

--1934 to 1935 Dodge half-ton truck

--1934 to 1952 Plymouth

The price per complete king pin kit is just $45, plus shipping. Thanks for looking

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I have a 33 Chrysler CT. Do you know if the 34 kits fit my car?

Thanks.

I have several vintage, new-in-box king pin kits for 1934-1952 MOPAR. These are quality parts, made in the U.S.A. by McQuay-Norris. They fit most six cylinder models of the following cars:

--1935 to 1939 Chrysler

--1935 to 1935 DeSoto

--1934 to 1952 Dodge

--1934 to 1935 Dodge half-ton truck

--1934 to 1952 Plymouth

The price per complete king pin kit is just $45, plus shipping. Thanks for looking

1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1946

1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952

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Hi. I don't believe the MOPAR king pin sets I have advertised fit the eight cylinder models....just the six cylinder cars. However, if you have the steering apart at some time, I'll be happy to compare the actual sizes of my king pin sets (pin length and diameter) with yours. John

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Hi,

Do you have the last king pin set for 1935 Chrysler C6 available. I would like to purchase.

Also I am searching for a Left Hand Steering Knuckle (see pix) support for the C6 I am restoring here in New Zealand. 

Only around 14 C6 model came here in 1935 so parts are scarce!

A suggestions would be much appreciated.

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Hi Jolly_John. Thankyou for your reply to my post. I look forward to king pin set availability.

Just to be sure that I have correctly explained. The Steering Knuckle Support that I am searching for is the black painted vertical suspension component in the picture which runs from the upper "A" arm

(in this case the shock absorber) down to the lower "A" arm. It is not normally a wearing part but at some time in the cars history the lower pin (the unpainted threaded part at bottom of pic) has come loose in the 

Steering Knuckle Support and has badly worn the threaded hole in the Steering Knuckle Support.

I suspect the only source would be from a dismantled C6 or C7 Chrysler.

Any leads on the whereabouts of a parted out 1935 Chrysler C6 or C7 would be appreciated.

Regards C6 Kiwi

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Hi John, looking for 1934 PE Lower Control Arm Pins and Bushes 4 sets, these go on the inner ends of the bottom wishbones 

Detail 60 in parts book front threaded pin #620781 2 off,  rear threaded pin #627439 2 off.

Detail 61 in parts book  threaded bush #620782  4 off.

 

Many thanks Tom

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