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posted January 06, 2004 07:52 PM
someone told me you guys were the best!!! so here goes. i'm building a metric chassis with stock metric lowers,big chev spindles,after market uppers. so where do i weld the mounts for the uppers,0-10-20 degs... steve smiths blue prints have 84 ltd lowers.thats why i need your help. thanks for your time.

posted January 06, 2004 08:47 PM
/ dbl **** your rules --some require stock mounts in stk location. Others don't specify
u.b. machine and a couple others have metric
control arms in different configurations for
length and caster.
bolt em on and go

Light it up, Baby!

posted January 06, 2004 09:00 PM
i can do what i want with the mountings,ineed to know where do i put it at. lets say 20 degs like the lowers or maybe 90 degs to the chassis or what.... please help!!!!

posted January 06, 2004 09:25 PM           
You want the tops directly over the same plane as the lowers.

That will give you zero caster gain or loss during both directions of bump.

posted January 10, 2004 06:23 AM
can ayone else try to explain there point of view.... thanks again.

posted January 10, 2004 06:45 AM
Shouldn't anti-dive be built into that mount?
Welcome to the forum--the most helpful bunch of dirt info on the net.

[This message has been edited by Eljojo (edited January 10, 2004).]

posted January 10, 2004 08:36 AM           
aftermarket mts usually dont have anti dive built in, and its best to take it out of your oem car if allowed also.

we use racing shocks springs etc. anti dive is a bind in the front end basically.


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