Yes - the very one. During my dis-assembly the anchor bolts and washers had to be sacrificed. Southeastchevy had the bolts but the washer, as it is single use item most likely, doesn't fit their business model as I understand it to be (used parts, primarily).Are you referring to the "Washer" that you bend down an edge of it to lock in the Anchor Bolt?
Excellent!! Worst case I can make what I need. I do have another related question. This washer is intended to act as a locking device. I recall it was folded up to contact at least two of the hex flats on the anchor bolt. It seems to be effective it must have been bent in some other manner to fully lock the bolt from turning. Could you provide some guidance on how this 'washer' is to be installed?I found one that I believe is from a '61. According to my low-cost Vernier, the Outside Diameter is 1 5/16, the Inside is 21/32 (a little more than 5/8) and the Thickness is a little bit more than 1/32.
Thanks Bill, I picked up a small piece of 20 gauge cold rolled sheet metal and using a hole saw and a step drill in my drill press I made a couple of washers pretty quickly. Not something I'd want to mass produce using this method but I now have the parts I need to move the front suspension part of my project along. Thanks for your help with this.I found one that I believe is from a '61. According to my low-cost Vernier, the Outside Diameter is 1 5/16, the Inside is 21/32 (a little more than 5/8) and the Thickness is a little bit more than 1/32.