|10-29-2016 08:26 AM|
Do you know where the front end goes? Sounds like a stupid question but you need to know that it fits in the middle of the wheel well. Do you know the ride height? Need to know that also (with tire size you will be using). You didn't say what suspension you are going to use for the rear but I assume leaf springs. Need to position the rear end so that the tire will fill the wheel well and opening. You will also find out if there is going to be a problem with fender clearance at that time. Stock wheelbase should be close to where the tires look good in the fender openings but not necessarily spot on OEM wheelbase measurements. Work with a company or local job shop that does driveshafts. This way he will be able to supply the correct ends and correct overall measurements of the driveshaft. This could turn into a nightmare if you try to piece things together and come up with wrong measurements due to miscommunication.
|10-27-2016 07:41 PM|
'37 Chevy Sedan
I got my chassis blasted and primed and now I'm ready to upgrade the suspension. I'm going with a 9" Ford rear end, 3.73 gear which I already have. I'm ordering a Mustang II front end.