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Old 11-20-2011, 12:36 AM
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Need g-body LSX Frame no

Could someone please post pics showing where they notched the frame on a g-Body car for the A/C compressor lines & for the stock LS1 oil pan to clear. Thanks!

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www.maliburacing.com would be a good site to check out because several of the guys on there have done the LS swap.
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www.maliburacing.com would be a good site to check out because several of the guys on there have done the LS swap.
I have checking there & a few other sites. I couldn't find anything.
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Did you look uder the father/son 79 malibu stuff?
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Did you look uder the father/son 79 malibu stuff?
Yep! They used some kind of bracket to move the compressor up to the passenger side head & I want to keep it in the stock location.

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Old 11-20-2011, 01:53 PM
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I see,lol.
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