Darrell Walker asks >
> I seem to remember some talk of a product that was basically a set
> of four dollies which were placed under each wheel of a car, and that
> would then allow you to easily move it around in the garage
> Does anyone know of a source for such a thing?
Sure, J C Whitless has them. From the Britcar Vendor List:
J C Whitney
Also known as Warshawsky/Whitney. An American institution. Sells car
parts cheap for most cars including LBCs. Massive buying power.
Brainless order takers. You can call in the middle of the night for good
long-distance rates. They historically would not tell you brand names,
and that is mostly still true, but some brand names are starting to creep
into their catalogs lately. I use catalogs as a plural, as they print a
new one and mail it to you every time you turn around. All the swaybars
used to be ADDCO, but it appears they have some other ones now. I think
you can still call ADDCO for Whitney part numbers of ADDCO bars. See also
ADDCO and Werace. I have bought lots of stuff from them over many years.
The worst I got was gas struts for my Dodge that worked fine for a couple
of months. Most everything else has been OK. Check their catalogs. They
cover the spectrum from tacky crap to truly neat stuff. Everything from
autocross springs for a Midget to leather motorcycle vests to RV awnings.
- Phil Ethier