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I need just the dust boots for my lower ball jointsDoes any one know if there is a dust boot available that will fit the lower ball joints on a...
UMMMM Clean ones.. LOL
I will let you know in a few weeks, I have installed their full kit in my Dart, but no engine yet so no feedback on the driving experience.
Wide tires will often increase the slow speed steering efforts as well.
Powder coating should be good.. if you don’t want any fluids on the k member, make sure your engine is properly sealed
I ordered one of the radiator supports from US car tool.. It has an adjustable radiator opening,, and is much stouter than stock..67-75 A-Body...
Or watch the thread
Borgeson Here on my A and E bodies
The last 45 seconds or so of that video is what's up!!
@BergmanAutoCraftPM Perter Bergman, he knows all about them..
Then there’s these guys too..http://store.uscartool.com/a-body-chassis-stiffening-kit.html
Buy Quality Automotive Leaf Springs, Coil Springs and Suspension Parts for your Classic or Antique Autotry these folks
Nice! Is that new?
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ correct ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^There are 2 different length couplers; 3" and 3-1/23" fits 67-73 A bodies, 66-73 B bodies and 70-73 E...
Mopar 66-73 Steering Column Coupler & Column Rebuild Kit 3" DMT | eBayThis is the kit I purchased
Yeah same deal, when you use that clip it is like butter, there are some that might be a couple of bucks less, I think I got the gasket, cap and...
Get one of these, clips, you can thank me later...Rare Mopar 2996935 Steering Coupler Retaining Clamp - most Dodge Plymouth | eBay
All Good !
[MEDIA]kinda like this..
I put a block of wood against the pin that holds the shoes on the shaft. I had to use a couple of light taps from a hammer to move mine, it seemed...
I had to do this on my E Body, it feels a little weird at first but it worked out well for me.. Peter is a spot on guy
Might want to take a look at those bushings in the lower control arm too.. Hell let's just rebuild the whole car... LOL
oh well, no good deed goes unpunished
When I use the poly stuff, I use marine grease and lots of it, helps keep the squeeks away!
That one would go great in one of your convertibles JIM
I shipped one from east coast to my house in Texas, it was complete with all suspension and steering gear box, for 150.00 through fastenal. I bet...
looks like a 67-72 because it has the biscuit type motor mount pads but I am no expert. I think the 73 and up use a through bolt motor mount.
Not mine this is a Craigslist find, in Arizona..probably one of the nicest I have seen...