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16 Nov 2019 22:04 #38870 by Brad Hoskins
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John

If you can't find a cross reference, you could try a custom spring manufacturer. They will be considerably more than a NAPA part but I guess it is all relative!
If you don't have something local, here is a local firm that I have used in Vancouver , BC .
Mark is really friendly and will work with any quantity. Has a neat shop with a bunch of neat old equipment. Made a set of pushrod springs for our 25 Buick . The more you want , the cheaper the price per piece is so if there are others out there in need, perhaps you can order a bunch.
In chatting with Mark about his business, he says he gets orders from the US and Canada and ships all over the continent.

Brad

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17 Nov 2019 13:03 #38872 by Curt Schulze
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Lee Spring
Address: 140 58th St Suite 3C, Brooklyn, NY 11220
Phone: (888) 777-4647

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19 Nov 2019 19:55 #38877 by Justin Kerns
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Thanks everyone for the information. I'm following up several leads and hope to find some success!

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