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Old 10-14-2019, 11:41 PM   #21
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Default Re: 1934 Ford Sedan Delivery

Snyder would be a good choice ,So once your dealt with the backing plate hard ware that leaves the rods and cross shaft ,rods are pretty easy, buy new clevises that takes care one end ,weld the 6 other ends up ,Pedals I did a set recently I noticed the spent rear bushes that came out of a diver Dan dizy would work great in the pedals with a hone 1,1/2 each
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It costs $2,000 to have Model A mechanical brakes restored to like new by Snyders. Had two sets done. Makes a Model A stop on a dime. Can't imagine 34 would be any less.
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Old 10-15-2019, 05:43 PM   #22
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I was using a 8ba as a mock up. Is it longer than 59ab

As JSeery indicated above, the 59AB and the 8BA with the half bell bolted-on are effectively identical in length. Note that the half bells come in two flavors...stamped steel which was used on '49 and '50 and early '51 Mercurys. The cast iron version was used on V8-powered pick-ups. Either will work on an 8BA and are dimensionally (front to rear) the same. Both types can be found fairly regularly in our FordBarn classified section, as well as on eBay. DD


The TWO HALF-BELLS







AN 8BA (left) COMPARED WITH 59AB (right)


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