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Front axle rubber bumper?

Posted By edpruss Saturday, November 13, 2010 12:11 PM
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For you sharp eyed truckers out there, I need a matching piece to this one, no luck w/ Dodge, Ford, GM, Cat trucks and forklifts.  I sure would like to find out what it's from so I could get another for my '37 GMC w/ DD 4-53.  Found this one along the road so I have no clue.

Numbers: 4N-3029; other side: 55060   41G00

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Saturday, November 13, 2010 12:14 PM by edpruss
Bill White
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Get A photo and maybe we can tell what it is from......Bill


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It is a rear jounce bumper from a mid 90's GM intermediate sedan such as an Olds Cutlass Supreme.

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The mid 80's Volvo F7's had one that was shaped like the old glass insulators that were used on power poles.



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 Posted Sunday, November 14, 2010 3:17 AM
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Ed ------Are you familiar with the Timbren rubber snubbers as used by some OEMs ?    Made either in Ontario,Canada or around Buffalo,NY . Available in different GVW ratings .  IH used to use them in models with 16-20000 front axles on back half of front spring  . They offer lighter ones for pickups with slide in campers  ,and also on rears of dump trucks for stability .
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Ed ------Are you familiar with the Timbren rubber snubbers as used by some OEMs ?    Made either in Ontario,Canada or around Buffalo,NY . Available in different GVW ratings .  IH used to use them in models with 16-20000 front axles on back half of front spring  . They offer lighter ones for pickups with slide in campers  ,and also on rears of dump trucks for stability .


Dan,

They make those for almost everything  http://timbren.com/  John
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thanks for that link John. Has anyone had experince with these rubber springs. I see they make a set for Mack Camelback rears and wonder how well it helps with the bucking



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I had a Volvo F7 with these and long springs. It was a Smooooth riding truck.



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