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Old 12-31-2002, 09:27 AM
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I just purchased a 1923 T bucket and need to change the 6" perch it now has to a lower one. The front pipe it is welded to is 2 and 3/8 inch dia. Does any one know of a place that I can purchase a perch of this diameter? I already tryed TPerformance and Speedway Motors, there perches are 2 and 5/8" and 3". Thanks. Frank....

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2 3/8" is a standard oilfield pipe!
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Frank,
You could just make one from scatch,just cut the side plates off the one you have(you can reuse the center section with U bolts) cut some new side plates to get the ride height your lookin for. We used to make the flat part of the perch at the center of the pipe, with a reverse eye spring this gives a pretty low stance.

Later, Mark
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Thanks Mark. I have some pics if you want to see. Apic is worth a thousands words. Frank...
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