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Old 06-09-2004, 04:51 PM
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68 Camaro 4-link but 2 links centered on axle

Hello everyone! I'm not new here but I lost my old username - no big. I have a 1968 camaro about to undergo a rear end swap to a 1996 Pontiac Trans-Am 3.23 Posi w/disk. My plan is to remove the leaf springs on the 68 and use the existing mounts (body and axle) to introduce links, everything measures out well there. The axle from the trans-am used a torque arm forward to the transmission but I dont plan to use this. Instead, I'm going to use the torq arm mount on the axle and create 2 link mounts (top and bottom, just like outer 4 links use) then run them forward the same length as the outer links to a crossmember under the back seat. I'll also have to incorporate a mount for the panhard bar but that should be easy enough, just need to match the width of the outer links , side to side. My question is more of a poll, has anyone seen this done before? I'm mainly doing this to give myself adjustability, for instant center and dialing in my lift.

- Mike

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