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02-24-2013 07:38 PM

I used a 73-87 (mine is from a 1976 C10) front clip, which was pretty much a "bolt-in" on my 66. See my project journal.

64 used coil springs too, didn't it?
02-24-2013 07:19 PM
64 c10 crossmember

I have a 64 chevy c10 cross member that the passenger side bracket that bolts to the frame and hold the upper control arm is broken where the bolt holds the control arm. The problem I have is that I spent $100 to get one of another 64 but after cleaning both of the brackets off, neither one is salvageable due to rust eating through them. I have already bought the disc conversion kit and was hoping to find one that bolts up and can use them. If you have any options please let me know...mustang II???? I will post pics soon.

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