Re: [FWDLK] Leaf Springs
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Re: [FWDLK] Leaf Springs



Neil,
The springs are 50 1/2" center to center and are 14 leaf and 4 1/2" thick top to bottom.
Quite the springs,
Jack


Well, the P/N, beginning with 12XXXXX implies that your leaf springs
originated some where around 1952.

They could have been used on cars in subsequent years, but their
model year origination was early 50's, on whatever they were installed
onto.

How long are they?


Neil Vedder


On 10/7/2012 2:49 PM, Jack Johnson wrote:
Anybody out there know what these leaf springs fit?? P/N 1271367. I have a pair of them--NOS--and they are very heavy springs. Maybe Power wagon???
Certainly not a car.
Thank you in advance.
Jack in Shinglehouse PA rainy and chilly and looking forward to Hershey and better weather

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