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Old 10-28-2007, 07:49 PM
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IFS for a 57 CHEVY TRUCK

I am looking for a street rod shop or any type of shop that will install a Heidt IFS, rack and power steerins boost? If anybody has any information about this I would like the link or contacts. I a specifically looking in either the Seattle, Wa area or Anchorage, AK.... I have had the parts for two years now the guy who was supposed to do it blew it off. Thanks for the help? RESPOND TO DRESELS@YAHOO.COM if you have any knowledge of a shop...

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If you are close to any of the larger cities there should be someone who can do that job, it isn't rocket science. Read, follow directions, measure, weld.

If you have the front clip off, the engine out and things cleaned up. All grease and scabs cleaned off any good welding shop should be able to do the job in a manor of hours.

If you are looking for someone to do everything that may take a bit more effort.

Just a thought, check around with the local 4X4 guys. When they get done saying " you want to do what?" they should be able to direct you to someone capable of getting the job done.

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Just a thought, check around with the local 4X4 guys. When they get done saying " you want to do what?" they should be able to direct you to someone capable of getting the job done.
So true. They won't understand why you would want to make your truck more like a good handling car, but should know who could handle the welding.
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