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Sprite/Midget race parts in San Jose, CA [CA, USA]

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jgaches Jeff G
San Jose, CA, USA   USA
Brand new, unused race parts for Austin Healey Sprite or MG Midget. Prefer a sale locally. Shipping would be a killer on some of this stuff. Great for someone looking to rebuild a front suspension, built a fast street car or track car.

-JLH 240mm vented brake kit: Includes an aluminum hub, vented 240mm rotor, pads, proper tapered bearing assembly, aluminum 4 piston caliper, pads, braided brake lines, machined aluminum caliper mount, wheel studs. This is MUCH lighter than the factory stuff, larger and vented rotor, with a modern tapered bearing design. This kit was custom ordered with Ford 4 x 108MM bolt pattern to match wheels below. I paid over $1150+ delivery from the UK. $850

-Winners Circle Chromoly Spindles: These are the good ones and take forever to get. These come with new bushing, ready to install. I paid $395+ a $100 core charge + shipping and are typically very hard to get. $375

-Kingpin kit + Poly lower bushing kit from Winners Circle: New in box. Paid $125 for these. $80

-ROTA wheels & tires: Gunmetal Grey 15x6 on a Ford 4x108 pattern with 25mm offset. 195/15 Dunlap Direzza DZ102 tires. The pic below is the car with these wheels at a 4" ride height. I paid over $1000. $800

You can contact me directly at jgaches2@gmail.com. I am in San Jose, Ca. Thanks for looking.

Jeff

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jgaches Jeff G
San Jose, CA, USA   USA
To the top. Thank you!

Amijangos Alberto Mijangos
Irapuato, guanajuato, Mexico   MEX
estoy buscando engranes de reversa para midget 1979 1500 tienes algo

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jgaches Jeff G
San Jose, CA, USA   USA
I had to use Google translate on that one. No, I am sorry to say I have no reverse gear set. I only have what is posted. I have a chassis too but that will be either sold at a later date or built if I cannot sell off all of these parts.

thanks

jgaches Jeff G
San Jose, CA, USA   USA
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jgaches Jeff G
San Jose, CA, USA   USA
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britcardoc Dan Dougherty
Marietta, GA, USA   USA
Lowered front, high rate front coil springs?

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jgaches Jeff G
San Jose, CA, USA   USA
In reply to # 3607121 by britcardoc Lowered front, high rate front coil springs?

No Sir. I don't have any of that. The plan for this car was a rocker system using motorcycle shocks.

jgaches Jeff G
San Jose, CA, USA   USA
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hpmowog Karl Keiger
If you decide you're willing to ship, I am still interested in the spindles. I have no problem paying the shipping costs.

jgaches Jeff G
San Jose, CA, USA   USA
Hi Karl,
Someone was a head of you on the spindles. Spindles and kingpins might be coming off the list here pretty quickly. I am pretty motivated to sell the big brake kit for someone wanting to shed a ton of sprung weight while picking up a bunch of braking performance (oh, and tapered bearings to boot!)

If it falls through I'll let you know.

Thanks

jgaches Jeff G
San Jose, CA, USA   USA
Spindles and Kingpins are sold. I am motivated to sell the brake kit and wheels. Please don't make me post this on ebay sad smiley

Thank you!

jgaches Jeff G
San Jose, CA, USA   USA
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