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I tried to find a pict to copy and link but I am not good with computers,My kids live too far away to educate me. There is a guy that sells on eBay. and has pieces for sale. All you need is 2 short pieces of heavy wall tubing. Go to ebay seller Tbucket-parts-4U then down to the item... rear end spring hangar t bucket... to see the poor pict of what I am talkin about.

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Not the way I'd do it Tim!
I'd get a new spring the right length made for the weight of the car. That one is pretty heavy duty.
But here's the link you where needing. And another link to the ebay sellers web site. Cheaper to buy direct.
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I always try to use stock pieces when it will work. I have seen the tab bracket holes wear and elongate and the bolt wear half way thru when they are hanging on tabs. If you plan on doing a lot of driving I would go to heavy wall tubing more like the original Henry Ford design.
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