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Old 11-17-2019, 10:07 AM   #1
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Default 1936 Brake Anti-Rattlers (Guides)

Hi,

I know to most of you will seem very elementary but I am stumped. I must have developed CRS disease.
How do the Front and Rear guides attach to the wishbone?
Please include either photos or a diagram as I seem not to be able to visualize this.
Thank you sincerely, Bruce/CT
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Default Re: 1936 Brake Anti-Rattlers (Guides)

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Hi,

I know to most of you will seem very elementary but I am stumped. I must have developed CRS disease.
How do the Front and Rear guides attach to the wishbone?
Please include either photos or a diagram as I seem not to be able to visualize this.
Thank you sincerely, Bruce/CT

Bruce...This picture of the REAR is actually a '34, but you can see that the guides bolt to holes in the radius rods.









This front axle is a '36. Note the guide bolts/holes in the wishbone mid-length. DD


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