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Old 03-30-2010, 09:14 PM
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re:subframe 54 chevy(spent 50yrs under mine-COURSE IF YOU WORK FOR AIR RIDE MONEY=zip

Yeah, Tony,
Had my 50 Fleetline 2 dr 12 coates of Lacquer go cross country and back in one of the worst winters on record. Cheaspeake Bay froze! This shows how accurate these front ends can be. Heck! GM used them on VETTES till 62.
Gents, do your homework when it comes to front ends!! The owner of a major brand most likely still DOES NOT TEST TILL COMPONET FAILURE. We just drive them over a lot of bumpy roads=forget it. On another site you will see a "custom" front end ripped off a 32 Tudor(on it's side). It collapsed under the car on flat pavement. Look closely; do you see ANY drainage holes for rain or condensation?

P.S. I'am glad Air Ride Tech HAS COMPETETION NOW. I've e-mailed them 3 times WITH ZERO RESPONSE FOR MY 50 CHEVY. Maybe it's because I went to Engineering+chem+Law? I just wanted some shocks. Dr Fly
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