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Old 10-10-2005, 03:46 PM
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how to mount a 4-link

I'm hoping that one of you guys can inform me on how to properly locate a 4-link suspension underneath a chevy-2. The car has stock floor pans and notched stock framerails with the wheeltubs removed. I don't want to cut out the trunk or the pans except for the required notching for the brackets and crossmember. I would like to know how high should the 4-link brackets be mounted in the car? Thank you, Alvin.
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As the Moderator here......I would like to WELCOME YOU HERE.....


There are a lot of very knowledgeable rodders here.

I have my 4 link mounted level......and the two top bars angle in .....to triangulate ....so that the rear end does not need a pan hard bar....Been that way for 10 years and over 50 thousand miles.... .....
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i'm not sure what yr Chevy II your talkin but i'm going this route in my 63 Nova


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