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WTB complete LH trailing arm in So Cal

chevygod

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I need a left side trailing arm assembly for my 1971 Coupe. Based on info I gathered in the General column, any 68-82 should work. The arm assemblies from the car are disassembled, horribly rusty, and generally screwed, but the car is going to need to roll in a few weeks, so this needs to be addressed.

I am trying to match a complete right side trailing arm assembly I have for the car (arm, hub, carrier, spindle) which has some mileage but is serviceable. A rebuildable unit with no ugly damage is, of course, preferred. I do not need the rotor or caliper.

I will also consider matched pairs, and would prefer something in Southern California for now, so I can go to look at it as well as avoid shipping. If this doesn't work out, or if you have one that's cheap or free (!) I'll go farther afield!

Thank you for your help,
Tom
 

6880 Mike

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1968 convertible; 1980 L-82
...the car is going to need to roll in a few weeks, so this needs to be addressed...

All the aftermarket providers carry new reproduction bare t-arms with the bushings installed. Pick your favoritve vendor and order a pair.

:)
 

chevygod

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Hi Mike,

I am keeping that as a last resort, hoping I can find a more cost effective source. If anyone has one, I'm syill lookin'!

Best,
Tom
 

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