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Cord 812 Custom Beverly restoration story

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12 Aug 2018 20:48 #35211 by RubyDS
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Thanks Jim

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11 Sep 2018 14:13 #35393 by RubyDS
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Jim you have a PM

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23 Sep 2018 19:29 #35474 by RubyDS
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After receipt my new throw out bearing (thanks Jim) i can assembly my engine and gearbox

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And install the new bearing of front axle and add grease nipple.

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23 Sep 2018 21:32 #35477 by 1748 S
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You do wonderful work. Please continue to post pictures so everyone can enjoy.


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23 Sep 2018 22:30 - 23 Sep 2018 22:30 #35479 by JIM.OBRIEN
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Hi Youenn,
It looks like you still have the original front spring hanger rod. You need to upgrade these to 3/4" high strength rods. The original ones were not heavy enough to carry the load and will fail. The spring hangers will catch the spring but if the bolt fails at the top, it drops down and digs into the pavement and can spin the car around.
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24 Sep 2018 03:25 #35480 by 1748 S
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Upgrading these bolts is a good idea. My car shows the passenger side fell and the spring ground along the road nearly cutting the ends off. I will post pictures tomorrow. Also at one time my car probably lost a wheel on the passenger side too. The bottom of the brake backing plate is also ground off. Last year I purchased the heavy duty bolts and all the cups and special nuts. Glad I did this.

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