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1962 - 64 Rear Axle 4 Speed Axle Bumper bracket? Does anyone have a picture of one mounted & to sell

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  • go-studebaker
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    I have just ordered the main bracket from SI. They are $18.00 each.

    They did not have the lower mount, but I can make it easy enough.

    The problems with the hump occur when you have two people in the back seat and you give it some wellie..

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  • SScopelli
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    Originally posted by abkco View Post
    here are pictures of it mounted in my 62 Daytona that I am working on. Sorry, not for sale. I actually need a set too for a convertible that I am turning into a 4 speed Click image for larger version

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    Nice to know that people get on the gas hard on their Studies that they need the pinon snubber..



    Originally posted by bezhawk View Post
    Watch out for cracks in the floor where these mount. It would have been nice if the factory reinforced the mounting area.

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    These just "Float" between the frame and trunk pan, hence the cracking of the trunk pans..

    I will be drilling and bolting it to the frame.
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  • bezhawk
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    Watch out for cracks in the floor where these mount. It would have been nice if the factory reinforced the mounting area.

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  • go-studebaker
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    Hi Wayne,
    nice pickup on that score.

    Thanks for the pictures abkco - That is a nice clean car on the under side. I have copied the pictures. As it won't be the hardest part in the world to fabricate if needed.

    Greg

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  • waynedavey62
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    Hey Greg,

    It won't fit if you as running a rear stabilizer on your Hawk.

    Regards,

    Wayne.

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  • StudeRich
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    The Bumper is probably common to Packard hence the Packard Part Number, I don't know what year though, that number is prior to 1955 Packard.

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  • abkco
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    here are pictures of it mounted in my 62 Daytona that I am working on. Sorry, not for sale. I actually need a set too for a convertible that I am turning into a 4 speed Click image for larger version

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  • StudeRich
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    Greg, the Only best place the Bracket and Snubber can go is right above the Nose of the Diff. on the Floor Pan.
    All '62 to '64 "Y" Bodies and 4 Speed Cars have this:

    1521-1 .433812 Bumper

    1521-3 .1555093 Retainer

    1521-7 .1555063 Brkt.
    Last edited by StudeRich; 09-16-2020, 11:02 AM.

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  • 1962 - 64 Rear Axle 4 Speed Axle Bumper bracket? Does anyone have a picture of one mounted & to sell

    Hi Guys,
    I am preparing a 1962 Convertible that is a V8 4 Speed. It was formally a 6cyl manual car.

    There is a rear axle bumper that goes above the diff nose from memory to stop the drive shaft rubbing the transmission tunnel under load.
    My old 62 Ragtop I had in Oz had one, but I cannot remember where it was mounted.

    So can someone post a picture for me of one on a car ???

    Does anyone have one they can sell me. Pictures of it are in the parts book as attached. I have the rubber but not the two piece mount.

    Thanks
    Greg Diffen
    United Kingdom
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