1942 - 1947 CHEVROLET SHOP MANUAL

Section 2  - Frame

2-18
through the axle fitting, consists of replacing the bushing and grommet in the shock absorber arm, and the rubber bushings and retainers at the axle
fitting.
The arm bushing and grommet is replaced in the same manner as on the single-acting units where the double clevis and link eye bolt type link is used.
Assembly of the link pin, serrated end in small hole of clevis, is the same as on single-acting type. Instead of the cotter pin, a lockwasher and nut is used on the link pin.
At the threaded lower end of this link, rubber bushings and retainers are used above and below the axle fitting, with a nut on the end of the link to hold it to the axle fitting. No special tools are required to replace these parts.
SHOCK ABSORBER SPECIFICATIONS
Regular Equipment
Passenger Cars
1/2 and All 3/4-Ton Trucks
1/2-Ton Truck
3/4 and 3/4-Ton Special Trucks
Front
Rear
Front
Rear
Rear
Model Number
2200-A-B
2100-A-B
1430-CA-DA
1430-LA-MA
1431-X-Y
Type
Parallel Cylinder
Parallel Cylinder
External Rebound Valve
External Rebound Valve
External Rebound Valve
Action
Double
Double
Single
Single
Single
Valve Markings: Rebound
Compression
1.5D
Ad-.5
-70J D-.5
4CG
3CG
3CG
Special Equipment
1/2, All 3/4 and 1-1/2-Ton Trucks
1/2-Ton Truck
All 3/4-Ton Trucks
1-1/2-Ton Trucks
C.O.E. 1-1/2-Ton Trucks
Front
Rear
Rear
Rear
Rear
Model Number
1730-A-B (C.O.E.1730-C-D)
1731-T-U
1732-N-P
2000
2000
Type
Opposed Cylinder
Opposed Cylinder
Opposed Cylinder
Opposed Cylinder
Opposed Cylinder
Action
Double
Double
Double
Double
Double
Valve Markings: Rebound
Compression
2R G2
2R G2
1R
GO
2L G2
2L G2

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