812 Shocks - Interchangeability

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08 Jun 2004 01:23 #1784 by Bill McLaughlin
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Do 812 shocks interchange with any other make of cars ?

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10 Jul 2004 15:15 #1931 by Jack Richard
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According to my Hollander Intrerchange catalog, the 812 shocks (cars after ser. #2033) used front shocks that were unique, only used on Cords. The rear shocks were also used as a replacement on Graham '38-'40. The Cords before ser. #2033 used different front and rear shocks, and these may have also been used on the Graham '35 (models 72,73, 75), Graham '36-37 (models 90, 95, 110, 116, 120), and Hupmobile '39. I hope this helps,
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13 Jul 2004 13:41 #1941 by Auburn/Cord Parts
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The early front shocks were the Delco Inertia type and the late shocks were Delco 50/50 Lovejoy style. The arms are unique as several shocks are close enough to interchange. the 1935-36 Buick rear shock even has holes to mount the sway bar that Cord eliminated in early production. the early inertia shocks were often found on late production cars that the factory assembled out of left overs!

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