posted January 21, 2003 03:32 PM
I run a 1979 stock snout camaro this year we are allowed to run tubular upper A arms. to change from the stock ones should I just redrill my stock mounts and run the offset type A arms or would it be easy enough to replace them with new ones(then run strut style A arms) with out screwing up the geometry of my front suspenion?
66jj Dirt Freak
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posted January 21, 2003 05:46 PM
if your allowed all aftermarket mounts and all you cannot beat lefthander uppper a arms, they have ***** in upper bj, and heims on the frame end, they come with a template to mount the frame mounts...... they correct the geometry perfectly
and are easy to do camber caster, i made my own tubes out of alum, very very cheap, 25 bucks for a 8 ft stick ready to tap..
bill t fast Dirt Roller
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posted January 21, 2003 06:07 PM
I suppose I should have mentioned that they can't be adjustable. but should they change this later could you tell me where to find these lefthanders