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Re: Breaking news!!! The Louis Abelove parts collection
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front coil springs for a 22nd ? or a front floor mat/carpet ?

Posted on: Today 22:33
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Re: Front floor mat/carpet
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latest thing I've heard is using a heat gun and a body dollie to help form the nylon around the contours . now I did look again at mine and there is a piece of vinyl attached to the firewall and 2 rows of sewing holes where I assume carpet may had been but I thought the 22nd cars had rubber on the front ?

Posted on: Today 22:30
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Re: Front floor mat/carpet
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Soooooo anyone have a front floor covering for sale ? Of any sort ?

Posted on: Yesterday 21:16
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Re: Front floor mat/carpet
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Yup your correct the 22's had rubber mat in the front . Far as my situation anything would be better than bare metal .

Posted on: 8/11 19:14
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Re: Front floor mat/carpet
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Wow thank you that's some point on info that helps . I'll take my front seat out and start from the middle and work my way out . Thanks again .

Posted on: 8/8 15:39
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Front floor mat/carpet
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Every so often I'll post on here but I'm looking for a pattern or mat I can get for the front of my '49 22nd series .

Posted on: 8/8 14:23
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Re: front sway bar
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I put new ends on my 22nd . I marched up a set of poly bushing end kit from energy suspension . Much better and cheaper than reproduction parts .

Posted on: 6/1 11:16
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Re: ‘49 22nd bumper jack
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So I did some cleaning and I think this verify that this jack is in fact the one that came with my 22nd series deluxe 8

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Posted on: 3/2 15:19
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Re: Jack restoration
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I got it apart , just wasn’t holding my mouth right 😎😎

Posted on: 3/1 10:22
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Jack restoration
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I’d there a way to take the ratcheting mechanism off of the “rod” on a bumper jack for painting purposes ?

Posted on: 2/28 10:50
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