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Im at the point where stock suspension isnt going to keep me on the road for very long, the way i drive, so Im thinking about having some custom rear lateral arms made up eventually. The stock folded steel ones just wont due. Is anyone interested if i can
Has anyone had any experience with this rear suspension system in late 60s fords.install?performance?qaulity?etc. Thx clyde
Hi Everyone the website is www.laterallineputter.com and the youtube link to the video is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AN_anEpHCWk check it out and let us know what you think. thanks , John
What would cause lateral run-out on both of my rear tires? I had a vibration a while ago and thought that I had "thrown a weight". got them balanced and then noticed lateral run-out. Fronts were fine, so I rotated the tires front to back
Think this Lateral Line (L2) putter is around for quite some time. Anyone tried? Any comments?
This will apply to engine as well as chassis so I didnt know which section to put in in. I have a front engine plate 1/4 aluminum, a .090 center plate and a crossmember in car for trans. mount. What I am considering is using the center plate, fabbing soli