Tim Suddard
Tim Suddard Publisher
4/8/10 8:35 a.m.
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Our research with Group 44 Inc. mechanic Lanky Foushee indicated that our GT6+ used a Corvair rear stub axle. However, since we currently have both the GT6+ and our 1964 Corvair apart at the same time, we realized that the stub axle in our Triumph is definitely not a Corvair piece. It's not a Datsun part, either, according to expert Les Cannady. There aren't that many IRS cars out there from this time frame. Now we're thinking that the stub axle may actually be a Triumph TR6 piece, as it slides into a TR6 yoke. But maybe it's a Corvette piece? What do you think?

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Marty
Marty New Reader
4/28/10 9:29 p.m.

Nope, don't think it is TR6. You could always torch the zebra apart to double check:) Hi Gary!

Marty

kevintpoe
kevintpoe New Reader
5/10/10 10:58 a.m.

Maybe late model (65-69) Corvair?

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