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Old 10-03-2005, 09:15 PM
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1984 corvette suspension Transplant

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I was wondering if anyone had transplanted the front and rear suspension into a tri 5 chevy, and had photos / advise on carryout such a project.
I own a 1956 4 door pillar-less chev , and I have just purchased a 1984 corvette suspension package for the above project.
The car will run a Holley stealth TPI setup on a 350 motor and a t700 R4 trans.
Any help / advice would be much appreciated.

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There is a company that sells crossmembers for installing a Vette rear suspension. I believe that they have done the tri5 Chevys. I can't remember the name right off, but they are available on the net. You might try a search on that. I think they may also have infomation on the front suspension, but not sure.
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Talk to Art Morrison...
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