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12-13-2001 17:34:24

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Does any-one know how many different lengths of radius arms were used? My buddy has a 2N and 2-8 N's. He bought used spare parts and found his spare parts that he has three different lengths radius arms. Thanks in advance for all replies.Inquiring for my buddy. Stan

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12-13-2001 18:11:13

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 Re: radius arms in reply to heybusdriver, 12-13-2001 17:34:24  
The 2N/9N had 2 different style of radius rods. The early ones were of the I beam construction. Later models switched to the hollow tube design. 8N were also of the tubular design but a little shorter because they attached to the center axle whreas the 2/9N rods connected to the left and right axel assemblies. The late model 2/9N are often confused with the shorter 8N units since they look similar.
Happy Motoring

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Old George

12-13-2001 17:45:55

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 Re: radius arms in reply to heybusdriver, 12-13-2001 17:34:24  
Stan, my '39-'53 M.P.C. lists five different ones. Part numbers are:
2N 3405-A
2N 3405-B
8N 3405-A
8N 3405-C
NAA 3405-B
Not sure as far as the length goes.
Hope this helps.
Alan Esch
45 2N kit 183513

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Dave Smith, Whats a 45 2N kit?

12-13-2001 18:07:25

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 Re: Re: radius arms in reply to Old George, 12-13-2001 17:45:55  
Hello Alan, Is that where some one threw all the parts in a box and you have to put it together? Must be something like bg has.
Dave <*)))><

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Old George

12-13-2001 18:18:30

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 Re: Re: Re: radius arms in reply to Dave Smith, Whats a 45 2N kit?, 12-13-2001 18:07:25  
What is a 2N kit? Is that something like bg has?
Well, the picture can answer the first question. As for the second one. No! bg's is an 8N.
third party image Hope you got a laugh Dave, and no it does not still look like that.
Merry Christmas.

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