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Old 07-14-2006, 08:52 PM
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34 Dodge front suspension options

I was wondering if anyone out there had any good beta about using the stock IFS on a 34 Dodge 5w. I don't want to immediately cop out for a Mustang II set up. Also, if I just stick with the stock suspension, I don't know what kind of steering rack might be workable with it. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

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1934 Dodges ... while being good looking vehicles ... are not rodded as much as the Fords and GM models ( due to the Dodges having a lot lower production numbers in 1934 and are considerably more scarce ) ... so good information is not as available. Most rodders rebuild the stock stuff ( excellent design for the 1930's ) or go modern and do a IFS upgrade.



A rack and pinion conversion is tricky to do ... because everything has to be dead on ... or toe in changes radically when the suspension travels in/down.
I bought a Maval Kit for my 32 Ford ... it is a cross steer rack ..



http://www.unisteer.com/product.php?...t=0&bestseller click here for more Maval product info ...





The two photos above are of the Maval installed on my 1932 Ford project. Maybe a Mavel would work on your Dodge. More photos of the 3W project at http://www.hotrodders.com/forum/jour...ge=1&reverse=1
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