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WTB: 1937 Chrysler Imperial Steering Gear Arm!

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With Ford Model T axles and suspension parts, I read that they recommended straightening the parts COLD in a press, as heating the part would change the strength of the material. Axle and suspension parts such as this one, are made of forged or maleable steel, not cast iron, they will bend from impact, and can be straightened by use of a press. heat should only be used as a last resort.

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Thanks for those who have replied.  I’ll check on the part number and also try Windy Hills.  The 1937 Imperials used many parts either on the car alone or for a very short period.  Tough sledding at times but still worth it and enjoyable.

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On 2/26/2021 at 11:12 AM, Ron42Dodge said:

Bruce,  Do you happen to know the part number for that piece?


Sorry it took me so long to get this part number listed but here it is!  674644.  Thanks to anyone who can or has helped!!!

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