68 Rear Suspension Restore

Brakes, Steering & Suspension

  1. Macdon221

    Macdon221 Well-Known Member

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    My apologizes if there is a complete thread on this. I looked but did not see a sticky or a complete thread on it.

    Pecking away at getting my 68 charger up to snuff.

    What is the color finish for all the rear suspension parts?

    Springs....Black or Metal finish it varied

    Front spring bracket....?

    Front Spring Bolt./Nut....?

    Bottom mounting plate/Shock spindle....?

    Rear Shackles....?

    Shackles bolts/Nuts......?

    Rear shock Color.....Black

    Rear Shock mounting Bolt/nut.....?


    Any help or links to photos appreciated
     
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    68Moparmaniac Well-Known Member

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    Going for a 100 pointer or something else?
     
  3. moparnation74

    moparnation74 FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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    Did you look at the sticky in the restoration section?....my thread details all those parts...
     
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    • Macdon221

      Macdon221 Well-Known Member

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      Thx for the reply. No I did not...but thanks for letting me know its there....off to look at it now.

      I appreciate the guidance.
       
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      No. Not a 100 pointer. Newly acquired car bout 6 months ago. Just going through each system one by one and cleaning it up as close to original as i can along the way. Late 70's early 80's motorcycle restoration are my thing...so this is new to me.
       
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