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Old 01-06-2005, 06:52 PM
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rear four link on 56 chev stepside

hi fellow rodders. new to this forum. but not to hot rods.did numerous searches but no luck. my question is i want to put a fair amount of power in my 56 chev stepside[450hp+]. iam going mustang II front. does any one have any pics they can show me of a 55 to 59 chev/gmc stepside with rear four link similar to heidts or tci any help would be great ! great site lots of very good info.

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56 3100,

Welcome to Hotrodders. Here is some pictures of a '56 Scotts built with a 4 link rear on air. http://www.scottshotrods.com/RidesGallery.asp

Good luck with your project.
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Old 01-09-2005, 09:36 PM
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i don't have a picture for you but i know that www.suicidedors.com has a universal 4 bar set up that can handle agood amount of torque.i used thi setup on my 94 fullsize chevy with a 383 stroker and had no problems.
i hope this will help you good luck
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four link

thanks advanced design and knuckles. trying to get some good views with stock frame. i seen the scotts truck on rides when it was on.
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any one else have any pics of of four link rear on a55-59 chev truck?
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I've got some of my 55 f100, not much differance in frames. I'll scan them in and post them if you want to a Ford. I used a Heidts and it works just fine. Let me if you want them.
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Old 03-03-2005, 05:33 AM
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that would be great iroc
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56 3100, I haven't for got about you, I just got done with a job and will have some free time to find a good pic for you. I have some but you couldn't really see anything. I just have to dig them out. I should have something for you tomorrow.
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no problem still debating the idea.some 29x18.50S for sale here reasonable and i have narrowed a couple of housing before so i am trying to decide to go pro street or not

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Here is what I built for my 56 Chevy.....

9" ford with a long 4 bar for a better ride, and a watts link for locator.....
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thanks for pics hotrodder..
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here is the only good one I could find, didn't have my digital back then. Not as good as Hotrodders. this is a heidts and it works fine.
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no see pic iroc?
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Ok lets try this again. I thought it was there, sorry.
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56 3100

Just stumbled across this installation article and thought you might find it interesting.

http://www.classictrucksweb.com/tech/0210ct_fatbar/
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