[Healeys] 100 rear springs
cnaarndt at gmail.com
Tue Nov 23 13:11:52 MST 2021
BN3 springs... Are those like Unicorn saddles?
On Tue, Nov 23, 2021 at 11:59 AM Bob Haskell <rchaskell at earthlink.net>
> Patrick's going to be disappointed that you didn't include the BN3
> springs. :)
> Bob Haskell
> Austin Healey 3000 BN7/BT7 registrar
> On 11/23/21 2:49 PM, Curtis Arndt via Healeys wrote:
> > Richard,
> > The method I use (starting point) is to check catalogs from the
> > various vendors and see if the part numbers (and price) are the same.
> > Rear springs....
> > *Moss*
> > BN1-BN2 - Part no. *021-581*
> > BN4-BJ8 - Part no. *021-582*
> > *AH Spares*
> > BN1-BN2 - Part no. *SUR120*
> > BN4-BJ8 - Part no. *SUR121*
> > *Ahead4Healeys*
> > BN1-BN2 - Part no. *SR4060A*
> > BN4-BJ8 - Part no. *SR4065A*
> > *
> > *
> > From here I call the vendors and ask them.
> > Cheers,
> > Curt
> > On Tue, Nov 23, 2021 at 10:25 AM richard mayor via Healeys
> > <healeys at autox.team.net <mailto:healeys at autox.team.net>> wrote:
> > Please pardon my ignorance. My experience with 100-4s is very
> > limited. I purchased a '55 BN1 earlier this year. It is a total
> > basket case and needs rear springs. I have some decent 100-6 leaf
> > springs that I was assuming I could use. All this discussion
> > about 100 springs has me wondering if there is something
> > dimensionally different so that I cannot use the 100-6 leaf
> > springs that I already have?
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