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Old 01-14-2003, 09:51 PM
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I got a pair of radious rods out of a 36 ford and I was woundering how long I should cut them.

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front or rear. Are they split or not? If they are split, then just move mount where they attatch to the frame.
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Assuming your're talking about the rear radius rods which have the integral spring mount which mount to each side of the rear axle assembly on a angled plate by two bolts, let's talk.
First, we have to provide a little more information here to get closer to answering your question.
1. what spring are you using?
2. what body A is it and is it sitting on a stock frame?
3. what rearend are you using?
4. My email address is
I'll be happy to spend some time on this but don't go whacking up a good set of 35-36 rods until you know what you've got to do.
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