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Old 03-06-2011, 01:31 PM
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NOT to spoil any ones corn flakes ... but I think the twin I-Beam is butt ugly on a early car. That is why they make chocolate and vanilla.

I know Cboy likes them ...
But I prefer a straight axle ...



302 Z28 ( Vince ) has a IFS under his Ford.

Most rods get driven less than 4,000 miles a year. Most are driven to cruises and runs. My 32's rides as well ( or better ) than any rod I have ever rode in or driven. I am sure my rear suspension factors into this.



It is a 4 link suspension that rides on coil springs. It is designed to work like the 70/72 Monte Carlo suspension.
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