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Packard Joe #1440990 Sun Feb 13 2022 01:48 AM
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Packard Joe, if you do have the right rear hanger I’d be interested. I’m comfortable getting a decent one built up and ground down to spec. I think my shackles are okay but won’t know for sure until I tear it down. Thanks!

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If you really want help somebody get a really rare part, you PM them. So that 10,000 people don't read it and grab it like someone did.
But I realize it was a 3 poster helping a 3 poster. The intent was good.


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Gritch #1441030 Sun Feb 13 2022 03:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Gritch
Packard Joe, if you do have the right rear hanger I’d be interested. I’m comfortable getting a decent one built up and ground down to spec. I think my shackles are okay but won’t know for sure until I tear it down. Thanks!

Gritch, I looked through my stuff and did not come up with any rear hangars. I likely tossed them during a cleanup and I emptied my scrap metal barrel a few weeks ago. I did find a couple of front hangars but they are not the same as the rears. Info too, pretty sure the hangars are the same left to right, just not front to back. Check Aspen Auto also. I got odd stuff from them in the past.

Packard Joe #1441034 Sun Feb 13 2022 03:17 PM
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I’ve talked to Aspen and they have them but want to sell the set of 4 for a really high number. Can’t believe I missed that one on eBay, that’s what I get for taking the wife to dinner! At least I have the right part number now and better info to keep searching for. Appreciate you looking thru your parts.

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