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Old 10-07-2005, 07:40 PM
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37 chevy pu project

Hello folks ,great site.
I'm considering an independent front suspension set-up for a 37 chevy pick-up project . Prefer a bolt in. What do you think? I'm not a professional machanic. I would appreciate any help that you would be willing to part with.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks Dan

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As the Moderator here, I would like to

WELCOME YOU HERE....

The installation of Independent Front Suspension is one of the most asked and debated questions here......Some really for it, others prefer a straight axle setup. Some prefer a Pinto/Mustang II kit while others use a clip.

Everyone has their own preferences....
I am sure you will receive many answers......so I will keep mine to myself....

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I went with a weld in Heidts set up in my 39 PU. Worked really well. I have some pics in my gallery if your interested.
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Dan,
If you use the search function you will find more info than you can read in a day.
I prefer a welded front end. I have a Mustang II in my 38 Chevy Coupe and am quite happy with it.
Good Luck,
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Im intereted in what people have to say as well, im about to pick up a 36 coupe myself and not ever having done this will need some guidence
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Originally Posted by daniel peeples
Hello folks ,great site.
I'm considering an independent front suspension set-up for a 37 chevy pick-up project . Prefer a bolt in. What do you think? I'm not a professional machanic. I would appreciate any help that you would be willing to part with.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks Dan
I am building a 37 chevy with a mustang ll front w/chevy disc. it has a ford 9" with triangled 4-link that I need help figuring out. lots of extras parts for sale.
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Check with these people www.chassisengineeringinc.com
they have bolt in applications. Have used them before good products.
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