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Old 02-07-2014, 07:35 AM
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one thing i learned the hard way.. my first bucket was wish bone front and rear.. what a pain to sq it up.. but most likely one and done.. my second bucket i still did wishbone on front and fully adjustable 4 link on rear.. it took maybe 15 minutes to align it.
if i every do another bucket i WILL have 4 link front and rear..
do yourself a favor and do all the alignment before u put the body on so u can square it alot easier.

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That is a neat little car! VERY cool, looks like way too much fun.

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Thanks Brian. Yes it too much fun! It is built with many of the parts from my retired late model dirt stock circle track car. Quickchange, wide 5 hubs, etc. 383 stroker with 450 HP and 2100 pounds. It can get very exciting.
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