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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-24-2000, 07:56 PM
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awesome page on the spoa, one small stupid question, could you send me a copy of your spring pad templates, i have no idea on how to get them to me.....

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No problem, I'll e-mail them to ya as soon as I get them back from my friend that is doing the same SPOA on his Sami and when I scan them in the comp! If you want to make some just take some cardbord and cut a few into a small square and then try to copy the curve in the axle. Then cut the cardbord and see if it fits onto the axle nice and tight. The only one that will be different will be the pass. side (because of the diff. being in the way. I'll try to get the one I made and scan it for ya. Thanks!


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thanx a million, my email adddy is [email protected]



BTW: those shocks from napa, what is the collasped size? or the part number?
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The shocks part number from NAPA is 94080 for the front and 94004 for the rear. The brake lines part number from NAPA also are 36967 for the front and 38673 for the rear(s). Or if you have a Carquest car parts store the part number for the brake lines are SP8564 for the front and SP6312 for the rear, again they are from Car Quest and not NAPA, I found that they are just a few dollars less.
Hope this helps out, sorry I didn't give it to ya over your e-mail, I'm at the Fire Dept. working all night and can't get to my Yahoo acct. Anyways if you have any problems or questions just e-mail me and I'll get back to ya.
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