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Old 03-19-2014, 04:47 PM
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53 sub clip

hey I'm thinking about doing a sub clip on my truck I'm on a BUDGET!

s 10 frame or clip

camero 70 -81 firebird

nova 68-72

nova 73- 79

any recomandations ?????? and whats the easiest that's a chevy 3100 short bed

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68-72 Nova is your best bet(it's rear steer). All the others are front steer(steering box in front of crossmember) which puts the steering box in direct conflict with the radiator core support - you have to hack up the core support/inner fender something terrible to get clearance

Mustang II clears and fits much better.
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3100 sub clip

thanks ericnova72
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I have bought Jag Xjs for $ 100 - 150 , and they use the chevy pass 4.75 wheel bolt pattern.
lots of jag info if you search
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