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    Serial old car rescuer Arne's Avatar
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    '72 RH strut housing

    Looks like the RH strut housing on my '72 T is bent, and I am in need of a replacement. Boge housing, 3" caliper mount spacing, wedge-bolt style ball joint mount. Obviously, the spindle needs to be in good shape. Will need it shipped to Oregon, 97405. Let me know what you have and a price including shipping. Thanks!
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    Hi Arne

    I have a few. PM me with your email for details
    Tom Butler
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    I just took two off my car. , will pm you

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    Oops! I forgot to update the thread. I have the single one I need already en route. Thanks for checking, though.
    - Arne

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