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im about to put a new rear clip with the 4 link suspension and rear frame rails and all in my chevelle any advice?

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What advice do you need? Don't get me wrong I can answer the questions I need to know what they are frist.
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Yeah, I'm in the same boat. I'm inclined to ask, "Why?". Unless you've got a sponsor and are planning to get involved in at least a semi-professional manner, you could probably better spend your money elsewhere. The stock Chevelle rear suspension is very good, and, if "improvements" are desired, they're available from places like Hotchkis.
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i have a question for you guys, i have an 81 f150 drag truck, i was wondering if you would mind telling me what each of the bars are for. the ones running the leagth of the truck two up/two down. they look like a set of ladder bars. hope i explained which ones i need info on. thanks for the help
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I have lots of pictures from installing an Alston 4-Link back half in my '68 Nova if it'll help you. Some are posted in my album but no real 'in progress' pictures.

Like Lou said, ask some specific questions and chances are good someone here has done it or has reasonable input.

Feel free to PM me.

Good Luck, Larry
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