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 Posted: 06-24-2013 12:16 pm
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sjensen24
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Is there a source for a replacement for the lower steering knuckle?

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 Posted: 06-24-2013 03:42 pm
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Jensen Healey
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Delta Motorsports is where I got mine. I don't know if this is a parts bin item or a one-off for the JH.
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 Posted: 06-25-2013 02:07 pm
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Delta does not have a source for them.  I would welcome any suggestions.  I see the club store has the shaft, but looks like it does not include the lower knuckle.  Is that right?

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 Posted: 06-26-2013 03:25 am
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If you can point me to the specific part, I may be able to help. I just finished taking everything off my parts car and have pretty much the complete steering system, though I can't vouch for the condition.

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 Posted: 06-26-2013 03:28 am
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Take a look and give me the part number from this diagram: http://www.deltamotorsports.com/cgi-bin/bigimage.pl?site+DMSCAT+img+/products/Images/SteeringPlate.gif

Like I said, I can't vouch for the condition, but the price will be right :-)

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 Posted: 06-26-2013 03:31 am
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Whoops... wrong diagram. Try this one: http://www.deltamotorsports.com/cgi-bin/bigimage.pl?site+DMSCAT+img+/products/Images/FrontSuspensionAndCrossmemberPlate.gif

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 Posted: 06-26-2013 04:08 am
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Martin Robey has the universal joint listed for 24GBP.

http://www.martinrobey.com/jensen-healey/interactive-parts/91335/universal-joint/

Shipping usually doubles the cost.

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 Posted: 06-26-2013 01:50 pm
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thanks for the offer.  I am trying to connect with martin robey in England.  considering what a pain it is to take this out and install it, I will go with a new part if I can.

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 Posted: 06-26-2013 01:52 pm
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I found the Robey website and the part, and tried to connect with them by email without success so far.  Is it necessary to order from them by phone?  It does not seem like their website provides for ordering on line.

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 Posted: 06-26-2013 02:24 pm
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Martin Robey are not too good on the emails - I have had no luck getting a response. If you call them they are much more organised and ship things promptly.
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 Posted: 06-26-2013 03:18 pm
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thanks.  good to know.

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 Posted: 06-26-2013 04:15 pm
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No problem... it's in my attic with the rest of the parts from the stripped car. I wasn't planning on using it, it just seemed too good to toss, so if you decide you want it just let me know as it's not going anywhere.

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