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Old 01-18-2003, 03:27 PM
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iwas reading old artical on boxing in rear lower control arms has any body done iam replacing all rear bushings with poly urathene figired that would be agood time also any suggestions on rear shocks i am after wieght transfer car is about 2 tons 67 biscayne any ideas on ratio i was thinking 50 50 also isaw something about using 6 cyl coil springs any help would be great thanks <img src="confused.gif" border="0">

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weld plate full length of arm leave small clerance at ends to keep from hitting plate[check it don,t bind/ weld short 1"sections so don,t warp] should be little thicker than stock metal in arms rod mags recommend you use rubber for street not urethane. says it binds? 6 cyl in front for weight transfer try air bags in springs adjustable rear shocks go to team chevelle same type suspension beauty of air bags is can set up with separate hoses/street/strip weight transfer is fun subject take sway bar links[front] off/loose careful on street
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