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Old 01-25-2007, 10:58 PM
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1939 chevy chassis

I am converting a 39 coupe to a driver. We are changing the front end. I have been advised that the boxed frame would benefit from further stabilization. Would the readers advise an x member or something similar? Does it have to be fabricated or are there stock x members available?

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Don't get too crazy about modifying that frame. They are strong as is unless you're looking at putting in a big block highly modified.
Are you going with the Mustang II/ Pinto front end setup? It's a good 'un!
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Agreed. I've got a '38 coupe with a 350/350 combination and a Chassis Engineering Mustang II front end. No problems.
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1939 Chevy chassis

What 38 said. I have a '41 Chevy Coupe. Mustang II front end (TCI) and a '76 Camaro Rear-end. No problems. Also 700R Tranny.
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