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32 minutes ago, 1953 GMC Hydra-Matic said:

Hello. Does anyone know where to find a left rear axle for a 1928 Erskine club sedan? I would really appreciate any and all help!!

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Dennis

Maybe post a pic of the broken one with detailed dimensions etc. There are probably some in someone's parts stock somewhere that they don't know what they are for.

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Try calling Sandy Olson at Olson's Gaskets in Port Orchard, WA, 360-871-1207.  He has a restored 1928 Erskine, may be able to direct you to parts.

My 1928-40 Studebaker Parts Catalog doesn't cover Erskines.  My 1920s to 1948 Hollander interchange book doesn't list anything for Erskine axle shafts, though it notes the ring-and-pinion carrier interchanges with Star 1922-23 and Gray 1922-26, calls it "banjo-type" rear end.  

 

About his car:  https://www.olsonsgaskets.com/about/our-projects/1928-erskine-model-51/

erskine_project_photo.png

 

Also, try the Erskine registry site:  https://members.tripod.com/~erskine_registry/erskine.html

(This site may be very old)

 

 

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On 1/27/2022 at 10:35 AM, Gary_Ash said:

Try calling Sandy Olson at Olson's Gaskets in Port Orchard, WA, 360-871-1207.  He has a restored 1928 Erskine, may be able to direct you to parts.

My 1928-40 Studebaker Parts Catalog doesn't cover Erskines.  My 1920s to 1948 Hollander interchange book doesn't list anything for Erskine axle shafts, though it notes the ring-and-pinion carrier interchanges with Star 1922-23 and Gray 1922-26, calls it "banjo-type" rear end.  

 

About his car:  https://www.olsonsgaskets.com/about/our-projects/1928-erskine-model-51/

erskine_project_photo.png

 

Also, try the Erskine registry site:  https://members.tripod.com/~erskine_registry/erskine.html

(This site may be very old)

 

 

Hello Gary,  i am helping a friend to locate a right rear axle shaft for a 1931 Commander. If at some point in the future could you please check your Hollander or studebaker parts ( if a part number ) to see if it was unique to the commander? only if you can.. Much appreciated and thanks. Keith  westair.ks@gmail.com

 

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