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Old 09-07-2012, 12:01 PM
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1951 chevy truck 1/2 ton clip conversion

I know there is a lot on this website about 46-54 chevy clip conversion but I really cant find a sure fire answer. I hear camaro,firebird,s10,monte carlo. Can someone tell me what the best front clip swap would be. Something that I dont have to modify a lot maybe bolt up little welding. I heard a 75-79 nova is pretty is and a 1970s chevy truck front clip any help would be great.

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Do a search for jag xj6 front suspension swap, I bought fronts for $ 100-125 we pull, everything except the shock upper mount is on a bolt on crosmember
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I'am trying to put a 1952 on a s10 frame and it looks like the front end is to narrow,I haven't found out what to do,so I think a camro or a nova clip would be the way to go.The nova is a few inches narrow so that would be the best.
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