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For the original tubular style shock
link. These are the brass seats that ride
against the balls 4 per link are needed. U.S.A.
The rubber grease seal to seal the link
where the ball enters. Used on original
tube style links only. U.S.A.
The protective caps that cover the A-18058 seals on the original style tube links. U.S.A.
This is a complete shock package that will put modern cylinder style shocks on your Model A. The only extra holes you have to drill are the upper shock mounting holes in the rear cross member....
The needle valve only for the shocks. The square head was used until November of 1930, then the hex head was used until the end of production. U.S.A.
The special plug used on the original
hydraulic shocks for filling them with
Special drilled bolts with
castle nuts, and cotter pins. 1 set per car. These hold the shock arm to the shock. U.S.A.
Very good quality forged shock arms. Front and rear are available. A-18052-B (rear) pictured.
Comes in a plastic pint sized bottle. One pint will do all four of the shocks. U.S.A.
For the 'GO' car this is the shock link to use. Ford used this link in later years, but it will do a nice job on the Model A at a lower price. Rubber insert balls included.
A set of 8 rubber shock link bushings
for the dog bone type shock link.
For the original tubular shock link. U.S.A.
All the seals you need to
rebuild 4 shocks all in one set.
A set of the special bolts with
lock washers, and lock nuts.
One kit is enough to bolt all 4 shocks to the frame. 24 pc. set. U.S.A.
For the original type tube shock
link. Need 1 per link. U.S.A.
Used on the original tubular shock link. U.S.A.
Originally, the Model A had this style link. It is what we call the 'tube' link. It comes complete with all of the necessary guts for inside the link. U.S.A.