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Old 06-08-2006, 12:48 PM
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4 link rear

I am building a pro street t bucket. I am going to do a 4 link on the rear. How long or short can these bar be? I need them to be about 12" center to center, so I don't have to run the frame inside the body. With a regular type car theis would all go into the back seat area, with a bucket there is no back seat area.

Any thoughts on how this might work out? I am going with a blowm small block and turbo 400. So it should put a lot of power thru the rear suspension.

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Im pro streeting my 57 P.U. The bars on my 4 link are 21 inches center to center before any adjustments. You can see some pics here.
http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2304325
I have no idea what efect a shorter bar is going to have on ride quality or traction.
Kim
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