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Wanted 1951-1954 Henney R11 and Drive Shaft Supports
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PackardDon
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Does anyone have a spare Henney-Packard R11 from a SENIOR model 1951-1954 laying around? 1950 and earlier and those from a Henney Jr. are different.

I also need a left and right pair of the drive shaft supports which are the same from the 23rd Series through 1954 including the 1953-1954 limousine and executive sedan. The condition of the rubber is not important as I have the mold to revulcanize it. An old one is shown before before it was restored.

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Posted on: 2019/11/23 22:14
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Re: Wanted 1951-1954 Henney R11 and Drive Shaft Supports
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jfrom@kanter
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Hello Don,

I relayed the message over to Stuart. He will look into on Monday.

Thanks
James From
Kanter Auto Products

Posted on: 2019/11/27 16:26
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Re: Wanted 1951-1954 Henney R11 and Drive Shaft Supports
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I still need a pair or two of these supports but I would also like to find a pair for 1948-1949 22nd series. They have a different part number son I need a pair to borrow or buy to check if they can be revulcanized using the same mold that the later coaches use.

Posted on: 2020/2/12 3:20
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