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Old 01-10-2020, 07:42 PM
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Default Lever shocks

Hi I'm new this group
Just wondering if anybody has ever rebuilt lever shocks I have a 1939 Pontiac that I'd like to do that too if you guys got any info it would be well appreciated

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Old 01-10-2020, 08:28 PM
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Lots of options out there, I know that shops advertise in Hemmings Motor news.
People swear that those things work pretty well if restored
Or search the Googler.

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Are they leaking? If you want to stiffen them up, I was told to ful them ith 90 weight.

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Many, many years ago I did a pair of MG lever shocks. If I remember right it was a simple measure of replacing the seals. I have no idea what the seals in a 39 Pontiac look like or where to get them. If they are not working I'd simply take them apart and see if I could match up the seals.

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