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Chevy Dana 60 Spring plates, $50 shipped

Discussion in 'Vendor Forum' started by wfo, Nov 7, 2006.

  1. wfo

    wfo Registered Member

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    These are laser cut spring plates for Chevy Dana 60 front axles. They are cut from 3/8" steel, and the ends are broke up for added strength. They accept 5/8" u-bolts. $19 each, $12 shipping makes $50 to your door. If you are in California, I have to charge tax. It is $52.80 to your door. I am usually hard to get ahold of, so your best way to order is by e-mail.

    WFO Concepts
    10072 Streeter Rd. #1a
    Auburn, Ca. 95602
    530-268-9494
    e-mail trevor@wfoconcepts.com
    paypal wfo@usamedia.tv

    If you send the money paypal, please e-mail to remind me. I will ship that day.

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    Why only 1 center pin hole on the passenger plate?
     
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    Funny you ask. The laser cuter used the wrong drawing. My second rev drawing has the 3 hole. My next batch will have the 3 holes so you can move your axle forward or back. With these, you will have to drill the holes yourself if you want to do that. Sorry! Trevor WFO
     
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    are the new batches in yet?
     
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    Sorry, no new ones yet. We still have around 75 of the old ones to sell. If you are just wanting the 3 holes, I will drill the other two holes into it before I send it. It only takes a minute. Trevor
     
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    Cool... I'll call tomorrow and place a order...


    thanks,
    Justin
     
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    Will these fit the 4" axle tube on my rear D70? (I have 2.5" wide springs)
     
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    No, the one plate is different because of the stud/ubolt setup on one side. I bet they have what you are looking for though.
     
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    Sorry, but I don't have any for 4" tubes. If I stretch the hole out on my 3.5" tube spring plates, the nut his the bent up part of the plate. You are going to have to go with your stock ones. If you don't have any, I will sell you a stock set of 70 plates for $25 plus the ride. Trevor WFO
     
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    I have a stock set of D70 plates, but they are the curved ones for the bottom of the axle and use the square u-bolts. If the plates you have are flat, fit the top of the axle and use u-bolts that come up from the bottom of the axle then I'm interested and will paypal you straight away.
    LMK, Thanks

    Edit, got a set... thanks though! Edit again, rats, the plates I got were for smaller tubes. Late model D80 spring plates are for 4" tube and mount on top of the spring using u-bolts... that's the set I'm going to need.
     
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