Discussion in 'Chassis restoration' started by copperheadgs1, Jan 23, 2019.
I'm in for a set possibly 2
Working on it. Will have details in a couple days.
I am in for a set!
This should help .
Jason, Interesting lift you have there under your Buick?! Mike
Ha! That's actually Eric Stoldt's yellow X that was in MCR not long ago.
Got my set delivered today as well. They look very much like the Monroe bolts that I was using. My machinist has concerns with the plating on the Speedway parts. He can make these from scratch quite easily with his CNC equipment. Probably go that way.
Duane 2 sets
Nelson 3 (a few)
Dave 1 (some)
Frank 1 (1 or2)
Mike 1 ( 1or2)
So looks like commitment for around 22-24 sets. The cost will be $35 per pair plus shipping around $5.
Anybody else need some?
You have me down for one or two sets and I will commit to one set. Trying to help you get your counts straight. Thanks for doing this!!!!
I'll take 3 sets . Just to confirm, you're making from scratch instead of starting with speedway parts ?
I am in for a set.
I had a thought Steve- if your going to just make these from scratch, would it be easier to machine them as just a stud without the integral "washer"? Then just stake a real washer onto the machined stud like the factory did?
3 sets here - Thank You Steve!
What are these?
These are the only ones i ever saw.
The kind that come with some new shocks, like KYB for Example
72 and ones on this thread are 70?
Boy that’s wierd. i’ve had (2) sets . And these are aluminum. And we’re on my car over 20 yrs. ago. Strange. Are these a Fremont California plant thing?
No the 72's had the same as being discussed,..I've probably thrown away 20 pair of these things.
They cant be aluminum, would never hold up the pressure applied to them, plus the threads would strip at nothing
I had those shock mount bolts long before i had these Delco trac pac.
You’ve thrown the ones I have away. I always thought they were an aftermarket type mount.