It just so happens that I took a photo of the boxes with the part numbers before I trashed them thinking I might want to know what number to use if I have to replace them.
Hope this helps.
Hope this helps.
I do have them listed in my parts log. I have all the hoses that I used that were supplied and where I used them. Chad beat me to it with the part #. I was at work having a battle with mother nature and the snow and ice. Here is an example of what I did.Sorry I don't have an answer, but how is your build parts list coming along, Ron? Did you put in things like tie rod ends, radiator hoses, etc?
I'm having this same type of squeak/groaning noise. I noticed my steering column was rubbing on the front firewall where the shaft pass through, clearanced that a little. Of course it didn't solve the entire noise, but I know it was bumping as it turned.
I really love the way the camera mounted to frame highlights the obnoxious noise that I hear all the damn time!
I did a bad job of explaining the issue as I made it sound like it was the powdered coated a-arm rubbing against the powder-coated frame. It's actually the center of the inner heim joint of the a-arm as it's mounted to the frame. The bolt going through both leaves just a hair of slop between the bolt and the hole of the heim joint. This small amount of slop allows the center of the heim joint to move and rub against the edge of the mounting tube (that is powder coated). I filed off all of the powder coating off the mounting tube for the bolt on the frame so it would be metal to metal contact. This allows the two metals to be clamped down better without the "rubbery cushion" of the powder coating between the two surfaces.Would a hard bronze washer between the a-arms and the frame mounts to separate the coated (paint/powder coat) surfaces help reduce the chance of squeaking? These would be wear items that would require periodic replacement, but if it eliminates the squeaking...