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More early suspension parts

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More unknown suspension parts...

 

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Shackle parts - apparently from a more common make.

 

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Spring bolts?

 

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U-bolts.

 

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More U-bolts.

 

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Those all look like Leaf-spring shackle parts to me. They would likely have been sold and/or used by SIZE, rather than by make and model.

 

In other words, if your vehicle needed leaf spring repairs, there were often spring shops in town who would beef up, replace, or repair your leaf springs on the spot. They had bins full of shackle pins, u-bolts, nuts, etc, etc, which they would put together as needed. 

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The ones you call spring bolts (2nd picture down) are Model A Ford bolts that come out of the bell housing to hold the wishbone cap in place. There is a long pin that goes thru the slotted heads to keep them from spinning.

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