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  • Shocks: KONI Part Numbers

    I have been asked for the very part numbers I have used so here goes:

    Front 82-1184
    Rear 82-1425

    Remember that there are a couple of different mounts used so a little creativity may be required on the rear mounts.

    Luck,
    Bill

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    Originally posted by Buzzard View Post
    I have been asked for the very part numbers I have used so here goes:

    Front 82-1184
    Rear 82-1425

    Remember that there are a couple of different mounts used so a little creativity may be required on the rear mounts.

    Luck,
    Bill
    As well as two different front lower shock mounts. They all can be made to fit, just not a straight bolt on.

    jack vines
    PackardV8

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    • #3
      Thanks for that Koni info Bill.

      The poster's over here: http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.c...-1955-Champion
      that I think you refer to all seem to own the Early Studebakers with the '51 to '57 Stud Mount Front Shocks and the Cross Pin Rear's.

      The Later 1958 and on, are just reversed to that, some mods are possible but some are not.
      Do you know which these: Front 82-1184, Rear 82-1425 are?
      StudeRich
      Second Generation Stude Driver,
      Proud '54 Starliner Owner

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      • #4
        I'll take some pics tomorrow.
        B

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        • #5
          For late Studes any brand '70's Camaro can be made to work relatively easily. Cut and expand the top barpin for the rears to accept a bolt through them; fill the spaces to the cross-member with fender washers. For the fronts, make a pair of steel extensions to lengthen the bottom barpins to match the longer Stude bolt-spread. Options are then nearly unlimited. Car weights are not greatly different, nor are suspension travel.

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          • #6
            Hi guys,
            Here is what I have:
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            Obviously the fronts are on top. Not to try to bait anyone here but I have had these on my shelf for several decades so going to your local Napa probably won't work. With some serious digging you will be rewarded. Also remember my post for Bilsteins on a '62 GT Hawk as they can also be modified to fit.
            Luck,
            Bill

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