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Old 02-08-2005, 06:24 PM
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Rear Cab mounts for 48 CHEVY Truck

I have been looking for reproductions of the rear cab mounts for a 1948 1/2 ton Chevy truck. These look like a small shackle with two hinges at both ends. I have checked all my vendor books and the only thing they sell is a rebuild kit with the 4 bushings. I would like to replace my old bent ones. If somebody knows where i can get them let me know... Like i said i checked all the major vendors like Chevy Duty/Brothers /Carters/Chevys40 ect. so i have done alot of leg work but no find!!!

Just thought somebody might have found these ...


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Old 02-08-2005, 06:58 PM
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Try www.speedwaymotors.com.
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No luck.... i have there book and i didnt see any in the book.....




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what are you doing, a concourse restoration? come on, just make them yourself or dump the whole 60 year old concept and get some polyurathane bushings.
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That is a design concept that does not attract reproduction. It is just too easy, and an improvement, to weld on a conventional bracket and insert donut and bolt. (what Bull said).

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"what are you doing, a concourse restoration? come on, just make them yourself or dump the whole 60 year old concept and get some polyurethane bushings."


I have made several things and i am not afraid to venture out and fabricate a part. This is not the case all the time but like the cab mounts why would i spend the money on all the bushings and make the mounts when i can buy a set for 40 bucks??? I was looking to found the price and determine if it is feasible to buy or make.

This is just my "opinion" and may not be yours but sometimes it is cheaper to buy a part and spend your time working on another part of the vehicle that requires your labor !


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