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post #61 of 115 (permalink) Old Aug 24th, 04, 09:30 AM
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Here are the #s for a 69 Camaro:
3962787 Left Rear
3962788 Right Rear
3962789 Left Front
3962790 Right Front

I have not been able to find any of these #s on any of my shakers.....they are out of the 69 AIM.

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post #62 of 115 (permalink) Old Nov 5th, 04, 06:11 AM
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It appears from the photos I have seen the big leg on 68 Front shakers is longer than firebird shakers of the same year. Is this true or are the interchangeable?

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I can get a # for a front rh side from a 68 rs/ss convertible L48 im redoing. only one i got out at the time, its rusty though, i'll try

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post #64 of 115 (permalink) Old Dec 28th, 04, 11:54 AM
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Entering this thread VERY late, but here are the part numbers for the 67/68 from my September, 1968 P&A:

67-68 Front Left - 3909919
67-68 Front Right - 3909920
67-68 Rear Left - 3909927
67-68 Rear Right - 3909928

Also, the P&A shows the part numbers for the 69's as:

69 - Front Left - 3950101
69 - Front Right - 3950102
69 - Rear Left - 3950109
69 - Rear Left - 3950110

Looks like the 69 part numbers were superceeded at some point to what Doug shows above. Wonder if the 67/68's were also superceeded??

It also appears that the 67 Firebird rears will interchange with the 67 and 68 Camaro rears. Same part number... The rest don't look interchangable (at least from a part number standpoint).

Now, I placed an ad in the "wanted" section last night for a set of front 68's. Does anyone have a front set they no longer need and would be willing to part with??? I really don't want to pay ebay prices!

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Does anyone know what car this one is for?

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It looks like it would fit the right rear on my '68 Firebird for one. See: http://www.geocities.com/jims68fb/Trunk.html

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grobbo - we try to keep business out of the tech forums. Send the person you addressed an e-mail or PM and solicite him directly please...

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You guys are great, as an owner of both firebird and camaros - I love them all. I will have to check the shakers I got - they are 67 vintage - unfortunately my brother and I have a couple of sets and will have to see how badly we have mixed them up as he has a 68 and we have the bird.

Please keep up the great discussion. I don't have a lot to add at the moment as I am researching myself - I will try to send pics of what we have as we have a couple of sets. Come to think of it, my brother has an original 69 vert in storage we were goign to restore and am unsure if the shakers were still in it - I will look and send some pics. I do have one question. My brother and I both have verts, but wondering about body sag and a little worried about this. Any problems with the cars twisting? I was wondering about adding even more weight to the ends of the cars with the shakers. I literally put my car on the road a month ago and am ready to put away for the winter but would like to know before I have my car fully dialled in.

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Are they important to use, what do they do?

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post #73 of 115 (permalink) Old Feb 15th, 06, 06:36 PM
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Wow, lots of conflicting info out there. I've read both shaker threads and done searches to find an answer, but nothing for sure.

Has anyone put a set of rear '68 bird shakers in a '68 camaro? I have a '68 camaro, there is a set of bird shakers on ebay. I've read posts and sites that said they will not work at all and I've read posts from people that have done it without problems.

Any help would be appriciated.

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Wow, lots of conflicting info out there. I've read both shaker threads and done searches to find an answer, but nothing for sure.

Has anyone put a set of rear '68 bird shakers in a '68 camaro? I have a '68 camaro, there is a set of bird shakers on ebay. I've read posts and sites that said they will not work at all and I've read posts from people that have done it without problems.

Any help would be appriciated.

thanks
Not that there is so much conflicting info, there's a lot of it and you need to weed through some of the firebird vs camaro chest thumping that went on. Also since this thread is rather old some pictures are nothing more than little red x's.... I was able to pull this much for you though -

1968 Camaro trunk:
http://home.comcast.net/~chris.karam/Img_0876.jpg

1968 firebird trunk: http://www.geocities.com/jims68fb/Trunk.html

They look different to me and don't even look like they would bolt up...

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post #75 of 115 (permalink) Old Apr 10th, 06, 09:31 PM
 
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I saw some shakers in the trunk of a 69 Firebird today.
They are either so rusted that the spring is showing on the lower half of the shaker, or, this is the way they are made. I will try to take a picture of it tomorrow. One thing for sure is, there is a spring in these things, on the lower portion anyway.

I have just learned about these cocktail shakers and I'm trying to find some parts, and some info., before I buy a 69 Firebird Convertable that a buddy of mine has.
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