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    more leftovers for sale

     



    Ok, I started going through some stuff in the garage. I have 2 sets of upper control arms and 2 sets of lower control arms made by Heidt's. These are the narrowed arms (5/8" per side). I also have 2 sets of front adjustable coil overs with chrome springs, 1 set of rear adjustable coil overs with chrome springs.

    The upper A-Arms retail for $250 a pair and $340 for the lowers a pair. The lowers are made for the Carrera type shock that has the coil spring in the stock Mustang location, can be converted easily to a coil over shock lower arm. The coilovers retail for $380 a pair.


    If someone here is interested and wants to make a reasonable offer for some or all of the parts I'd rather sell them to someone on CHR. If not they will go on ebay.....

    If you want to do some trading, I need a 4 bar front for my roadster.......
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    took a pic of the upper and lower A-Arms, a bit dusty but brand new.
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    Also found some AN stainless brake hoses. They retail for about $40.
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    If anyone is interested, let me know. They're going on eBay tomorrow!!!!!
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    Hey Dave, can you give me the scoop on the brake lines? I'm in the market, are they retailing at $40.00/pr?

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    Well, only $39.50, actually!!! I sent you a PM about them. These are 14" long, will they work for you???
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    I sent you a PM but I forgot to ask you if the fittings will work with the GM calipers I have. Thanks

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    Are they GM metric calipers??? sent you a pm about them
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    Aster the adapters with the houses will work on the 8" rear end. I have some GM adapters for the front, Heidt's part #LK009 that go from the 10mm banjo fitting on the caliper to a -3 brake house like the BX 055 hoses that I have. These are only 14" hoses, so check the length to see if they are long enough!!!!!
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    Here's a pic of the adapters that fit the GM metric calipers. They use the original GM bolt and copper washers
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    Dave, my suspension if apart right now but I'm going to assemble it tomorrow. I'll measure and see if they are going to work and let you know ASAP, Ok? Thanks.

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    Yup, and don't forget to measure to make sure they are going to be long enough when the wheels are turned!!!!
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    Yeah, I want to make sure I have good clearance and I'm going to put the rearend back on tomorrow also so I'll have an idea about that.

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