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racer17j
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posted May 29, 2005 05:54 PM  
I doubt the lower a-arms will fit. The third gens are kinda in a world by them selves. There rear ends are the 7.5s, but instead of the four link, you have two lower arms, and a torque arm that moves forward and mounts to the rear of the tranny. I imagine that pinion angle adjustments could be made with minimal fabrication(Im thinking a simple mounting bracket would do the trick.) Not sure about widths, I think it is a little wider then a metric. Maybe take a look at the radiator, some of the third gens had heavy duty 1-1 1/4" one row aluminum units. Other then that I dont know what would be of use.

Mr.Kwik
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Total posts: 87
posted May 29, 2005 09:30 PM  
Lower link bars in the rear are the same as your standard metric car. Also the lower A-arms are (so I have been told) the same as the old style camaro's. If you look they have the mount built in them for the lower shock mount.

racer17j
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posted May 29, 2005 09:44 PM  
front control arms are the same,rear lower arms are the same, steering box,rotors drums calipers, rearend is too wide as are the axles i think about 1 inch on either side, center section is fine, drive shaft is to short,check for aluminum drums you never know what f-bodies have them.

pro1
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posted June 01, 2005 02:32 PM  
thay had rear disc brakes too.


racer17j
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posted June 01, 2005 05:31 PM  
maybe on the z's but this was a cheapo it has drums

    

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