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Old 07-14-2011, 09:16 PM
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1933 Dodge Chassis Engineering rear end mounting kit

Anyone used a Chassis Engineering rear end mounting kit in a 1933 Dodge?
they are listed on page 33 in their catalog....

I would like to know how high (or low) the car sits with this set up......

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I used their universal rear leaf sprin kit in my 31 chevy sedan. The rear sits at a good ride height. I used the front perches as the starting point for locating the rear centered on the fenders. Had to make some adjustments. Came out good. I did not weld it in as sent, rather, drilled holes in their bkts. and thru bolted to my frame. The springs are flat with the full weight of the car . The ride is a little to stiff for me. I'm not sure of the shocks. Maybe I could use softer ones or a softer leaf spring altogether.
Eaton will sell you stock replacement springs for the ride you want .With reversed eyes , shackles etc. Think about that. Ofcourse more money then CE.
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thanks for the info.....anyone fit the chassis engineering kit to a 33 MoPar?
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