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10-24-2002 08:31 PM
jalopy45 Your best bet would be to call Jerry Kugel at Kugel Komponents.(Phone # in his ads in most Rod magazines) He pioneered the jag suspension kit for rods years ago and can tell you which magazines have the articles you would need to hook these up so they will work properly. I believe he gave up on them when the pieces got too expensive. He may still have a few kits in the rafters.
10-21-2002 10:20 AM
Dale Hoover
Jaguar Suspension

I have an old Jag suspension with Dunlop Brakes. I am planning to install them in my 37 Chevy Panel Truck someday (when my numbers come up). Does anyone have experience using Jag front suspensions? What replacement brakes should I find? Any pitfalls?

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