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setting up a 4baron a 9in ford rear end in a 32 fo

setting a four bar up on a 9 inch ford rear end in a 32 ford coupe that has the body raked and channeled 5in down over the frame

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Is this a question....or a comment??
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Yep - sounds good to me. That's "standard equipment" equipment on a '30s based street rod. So mister first poster, what do you want from us?
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Most 32's built in the past few years have a 4 bar. Lots of different ways to do this.

The Body dropped over the frame and raked has NOTHING to do with the 4 bar.

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