67 impala front airbag help
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    Default 67 impala front airbag help

    Do I need to cut the shock/spring mount off my lower a arms so the bag plate sits flat?

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    I don't have shocks or springs on mine
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    What are you using for brackets? most people would not like that idea.... You could possible cut it open weld in a flat plate and start from there.
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    Thanks for the response..these here..http://www.bcfab.com/65-70-Impala_c_527.html

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    No you do not need to cut it, you can but its not necessary
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    Thanks homie..appreciate it

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    This is all u need ..... I have a 67' impala too and I did the install on my car
    I can do $90 for the whole front kit + shipping.

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    Do I need to cut the shock/spring mount off my lower a arms so the bag plate sits flat?
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    Did you have to open up the spring pocket on frame for the bags to fit?

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    I JUST DID MY 68 IMPALA USING 2500 BAGS . YES I HAD TO OPEN UP MY SPRING POCKETS

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    I used bag cups on my 68, eyebrow end the frame and didn't cut my lowers. Works perfectly

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