[Zmagnette] Rear Springs

David Halliday davidh at egopharm.com
Wed Apr 2 13:42:49 MDT 2014

Hi Joel,

Some may disagree, but I would suggest going to urethane bushes and spring
pads as you change.

Kind regards,


On 2 April 2014 20:30, Steven Trovato <strovato at optonline.net> wrote:

> Joel,
> I don't have an answer for you about the springs.  Hopefully, someone will
> provide you with an answer soon.  As far as resizing photos, I use a
> program called irfanview on my Windows 7 machine.  It is very popular,
> free, and available here:  http://www.irfanview.com/.  All you have to do
> is image, resize, then save.  Of course the program has the capability to
> do much more, but for a simple resize of a photograph, there's not much to
> it.  I often also use the "crop" feature.  This eliminates a lot of excess
> background, focuses attention on the important part and makes the file
> smaller as a bonus.
> -Steve T.
> At 02:43 PM 4/2/2014, Joel Johnson wrote:
>> I am refreshing the rear springs on my Magnette before installing them.
>> Do I paint both sides of each leaf or put them together and paint the
>> outside? Also what about the rubber bits? They need to be replaced. Thanks.
>> There will be lots of questions to follow, I have my Magnette back from
>> body work and am putting it back together. I'd send a photo, but I can't
>> figure out how to reduce the file size for email.
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