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06-21-2002 01:43 PM
Maverick Thought I would claify my question. What I need to know is how much higher should the rear be then the front for a medium rake stance. I have to set the frame up on my jack stands at the rake I want to weld in my cross member correctly. I git a MII kit from TCI. Thanks!
06-21-2002 08:54 AM
Maverick
Setting my rake

I got my MII in for my '49 Chevy truck. I need to set my front to rear stance in the frame. How much highter should I set the rear in relation to the front to give it a nice rack stance. The only thing I have on the frame is the cab, and its comming off tomarrow. Thanks you your in put!

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