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Dennis P

12-31-2020 14:27:48




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I am rebuilding the suspension seat on my ZAE. Suggestions for the shock?




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jnf

01-01-2021 18:10:10




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 Re: Seat shock in reply to Dennis P, 12-31-2020 14:27:48  
A shock used for a golf cart works well if the studs are cut and threaded proper length. Google Club Car shock 5022



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Ill John

01-01-2021 08:39:51




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 Re: Seat shock in reply to Dennis P, 12-31-2020 14:27:48  
There is a golf cart shock that works with very minimal modification, don't have the info handy, maybe someone here will.I think I have an extra but cant get to my barn right now, email is open



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J Hamilton

12-31-2020 16:26:57




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 Re: Seat shock in reply to Dennis P, 12-31-2020 14:27:48  
I just take mine to the auto parts store and match one up for the length



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Dennis P

01-02-2021 12:23:13




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 Re: Seat shock in reply to J Hamilton, 12-31-2020 16:26:57  
Taking parts to parts stores now a days is a challenge in itself. If you can’t tell them how many doors is on it, the person just looks at you with a blank stare. One time I needed 8inches of 2” hose, knowing I may have to buy a preformed hose and cut a section out. The guy behind the parts counter asked me “what does it fit”, I answered that he wouldn’t have it on his computer. Again he asked the same question to which I replied “a 1931 Case L”. He had a blank look but started pounding the key board. After a while gave up and suggested that I goes elsewhere. Never did take a tape measure and go look. The NAPA store I use now is really good about it.

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Dennis P

01-01-2021 09:09:38




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 Re: Seat shock in reply to J Hamilton, 12-31-2020 16:26:57  
Taking parts to parts stores now a days is a challenge in itself. If you can’t tell them how many doors is on it, the person just looks at you with a blank stare. One time I needed 8inches of 2” hose, knowing I may have to buy a preformed hose and cut a section out. The guy behind the parts counter asked me “what does it fit”, I answered that he wouldn’t have it on his computer. Again he asked the same question to which I replied “a 1931 Case L”. He had a blank look but started pounding the key board. After a while gave up and suggested that I goes elsewhere. Never did take a tape measure and go look. The NAPA store I use now is really good about it.

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J Hamilton

01-01-2021 09:27:34




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 Re: Seat shock in reply to Dennis P, 01-01-2021 09:09:38  
That's for sure, you gotta go to a good parts store. Otherwise most of the time the first thing they say is "year, make and model"



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