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Old 12-05-2018, 10:24 AM
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1938 plymouth coupe

Restoring a 1938 Plymouth business coupe. Anyone have info on lower brackets attaching spring to front axle. My car has a rod that connects the rt and left brk with arms about 22 inches long that connect to the frame just past the rear shackle connection. The right side arm is broken off 6 inches from axle. Cannot find diagrams or parts listing for this configuration. This model does not have the shock eliminator shackle brkt on drivers side. Any info, diagrams or parts availability sites would be appreciated

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Photos would probably help out.


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Here's your best shot. I've been buying from Faxon for more than 3 decades....this is a reprint of the genuine factory shop manual.
https://www.faxonautoliterature.com/...nt-P21848.aspx
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suspension.

My son's 36 Plymouth, Had a tube axle with 2 parallel front springs. Picts I found of a 38 shows a L shaped stabilizer bar for each side. There is a Plymouth Mopar forum for 30's cars, might have a source for parts.
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