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Old 02-27-2004, 11:41 PM
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king pin for 1940 chevy

Does anyone know who sells king pin kits for a 1940 chevrolet IFS car spindle?

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Northwest Automotive in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He may have what you need. Try Hemmings or one of the old car trade mags, they may also have the parts. Back in the eighties I bought a few of these kits from JC Whitney but I seriously doubt if they carry them since they moved and went computer.
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Kantor Auto Products @www.kanter.com
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Kantor Auto Products

I found Kantor Auto Products on the internet a few days ago. Have you done any business with them?
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Kanter Auto

I have never ordered from them but plan on it. They have been around since 1960 and I have not heard anything negative
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Speedway motors sells king pin kits, New forged spindles, and disk brake kits for 49-54 Chevy spindles....
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