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danbob
    
Are the shocks the same for 1950 through 1954 Plymouths?
I have a 1952 Plymouth Cambridge that needs shocks. All of the parts catalogs only list shocks up to 1950 and then skip to 1955 when the body changed. I'm assuming that all of the suspension components are the same from '50 to '54 but I'm not sure.
posted: June 5, 2013
 
    
 
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YES...I had a 52 Dodge Business Coupe which I used both Dodge and Plymouth parts from 49 to 53 cars including shocks from a 53 Plymouth...That was a very long time ago and I know they both fit and worked well...Hope this helps...Mike P.
sources: My memory(at 71 still running well)...No photos left...
posted:  June 13, 2013
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