Speedway Model T, A, 1932-34 Four-Bar Rear Suspension Kit, Stainless Steel
Model 40, Model B, Model 18, Sedan Delivery, Model 46, Model 40 A, Model T, Model A
Features heavy wall 21-1/2" rods with plain steel brackets. Exclusive sandwich-style brackets give greater bar support and incorporate a multi-position lower coil-over mount. Four bar rear suspension kits require the use of a side to side control such as a panhard bar or a watts link component.
Complete kit includes: polished stainless steel rods, steel brackets, bushed rod ends, and hardware. Lower coil-over shock mount stud not included. The nuts & bolts supplied in this kit are NOT polished or plated.
- Rod length is 21-1/2"
- Center-to-center of 4-bar eyelets is 5.5"
- Bracket width is 1.39"
This kit comes in two varieties:
- TA - to fit narrow frames such as Model T or Model A
- 3234 - to fit wider frames such as 1932-1934 Ford
Note: Please be advised that the rods in this kit are shown in a plain steel finish in the alternative photos but do come with a stainless finish as shown in primary photo.
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Q & A
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