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Old 01-18-2012, 06:57 PM
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1971 Duster- Front Disls, spindles and tubular control arms!

[IMG]So, I busted the upper ball joint on my 1971 Duster last summer and drove on it for a bit (Because Im really smart) Upper A arm was trashed ( Not very good to begin with) A bit ago I finally got around to ordering the parts I need to get it all sorted out ( Had to wait Because I needed to keep my harley up and running for the summer) So I decided to get it all done at once- I ordered Tubular upper A arms, bushings and hardware(Had them Chromed) 12.19 inch drilled and slotted willwood disk breaks, two inch lowered spindles, and steel braided brake lines. The last of my parts arrived today and I finished removing parts form the right side of my car and tommorrow I will begin assembling everything. Ofcourse becuase I had to order new brakes and spindles I needed new rims so I ordered 16X7 Torq Thrust II Polished steel And they will be here on friday or saturday. Might need to get a new inner tie rodend but barring catastrophic incident I should have this thing back on the road by the end of the weel Next friday at the latest ( I work sunday thru wendsday) Let me know what you think Im gonna try to post pics But my lap top is being lame so it might not happen for a bit
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