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05-15-2010 10:12 AM
BillyShope Not certain I understand. If you want setup info for a 3link, go to pages 18 and 40 of my site. If you want suggestions for options...instead of a 3link..., that's another matter.

You should be able to save some money...if you're a using stock links and bushings and fabbing your own brackets.
05-14-2010 11:54 AM
rear 3 link setup

IM DOWN TO THE LAST PART WICH IS INSTALLING A THREE LINK SETUP IN THE REAR.I DID NOT KNOW THAT THEY WERE SO EXPENSIVE $300 + dollars ...yikes.maybe for some of you thats pocket change but for me its three pockets full and a smile building a cheap low buck hotrod what are my options besides this.please help a greaser in need.

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