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does anyone know the proper positioning of the lower A-Frame on my k member?

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does anyone know the proper positioning of the lower A-Frame on my k member?
the engine crossmeber bolts in.. if it was removed at some point..
just line up the holes.. mine (71c-10) is still rivited but there is only one way for it to go. and line up
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the engine crossmeber bolts in.. if it was removed at some point..
just line up the holes.. mine (71c-10) is still rivited but there is only one way for it to go. and line up
I re-installed the crossmember, but the question i have is about the lower A-Frame (with the 2 u-bolts) of what the positioning is for the alignment, do you know the specs for that is?
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I re-installed the crossmember, but the question i have is about the lower A-Frame (with the 2 u-bolts) of what the positioning is for the alignment, do you know the specs for that is?
the lowers are not adjustable.. the u bolts hold the shaft to the k member..
all alignment is done at the upper a arm.. the lower a arm is fixed points..
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