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Toddchris Todd Orndorff
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA   USA
Help need a rear upright for the axel. Anyone know where I can purchase one?

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trrdster Wayne Tate
Spencer, NC, USA   USA
Todd what car and what side.



Wayne
1970 TR6
2000 Jaguar XK8
1949 Triumph Roadster 2000
1978 Spitfire (rust victim)
1971 GT6 (tarp covered for 12 years, rusted inside out)
1980 Spitfire (getting all the good GT6 parts, all poly suspension and Spax shocks)

Toddchris Todd Orndorff
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA   USA
Yeah guess that would help!! 73 spitfire drivers side.

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trrdster Wayne Tate
Spencer, NC, USA   USA
I'll see what I have tomorrow, in the meantime maybe someone else has one handy.



Wayne
1970 TR6
2000 Jaguar XK8
1949 Triumph Roadster 2000
1978 Spitfire (rust victim)
1971 GT6 (tarp covered for 12 years, rusted inside out)
1980 Spitfire (getting all the good GT6 parts, all poly suspension and Spax shocks)

Toddchris Todd Orndorff
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA   USA
Ok thanks, just let me know.

clshore Carter Shore
Beverly Hills, Florida, USA   USA
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79bluespit Rick Lazio
Burlington, ON, Canada   CAN
73... was a transition car has the longer axle shafts... check yours as yours could be a 72 titled as a 73. i have avail for the 62-72 models.

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Toddchris Todd Orndorff
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA   USA
Could you send a picture. The part I need also has a grease zirc for the bearings

Toddchris Todd Orndorff
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA   USA
The part I am looking for is connected to the end of the axle and has the rear bearing in it. Can not locate it in moss catalog? Would appreciate any help locating it



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 2017-11-07 10:10 AM by Toddchris.

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trrdster Wayne Tate
Spencer, NC, USA   USA
Todd, that is a different animal than you initially asked for.
I'll look at the warehouse, but I think most of mine have the axle attached and I don't have the puller right now.
You might have more luck just buying the whole thing, then change out the bearings.
In fact, I think I did sale the last pair I had about a month ago.
I'll still look, it's the hub carrier you want..



Wayne
1970 TR6
2000 Jaguar XK8
1949 Triumph Roadster 2000
1978 Spitfire (rust victim)
1971 GT6 (tarp covered for 12 years, rusted inside out)
1980 Spitfire (getting all the good GT6 parts, all poly suspension and Spax shocks)

clshore Carter Shore
Beverly Hills, Florida, USA   USA
In reply to # 1496409 by 79bluespit 73... was a transition car has the longer axle shafts... check yours as yours could be a 72 titled as a 73. i have avail for the 62-72 models.

clshore Carter Shore
Beverly Hills, Florida, USA   USA
In reply to # 1496409 by 79bluespit 73... was a transition car has the longer axle shafts... check yours as yours could be a 72 titled as a 73. i have avail for the 62-72 models.

Does not matter what the title says, only matters what's actually bolted onto to the car.
Short/long axles are easily swapped back and forth, both by those who don't know the difference and those who do.
It's not unusual to find cars with a mixed set, usually you cannot tell when driving the car normally.

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2manyspits Thomas Schlundt
south bend, IN, USA   USA
If you cant find one i have several make me an offer

Toddchris Todd Orndorff
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA   USA
Thanks every one for all your help. Also Wayne thanks for identifying the particular part I need. Unfortunately I should have waited for Scotts offer before ordering from Moss.

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