I only have the stock ones Tim. You shouldnt be breaking them unless your overlocking the rear. Try getting a little bit longer of a shock to give you more travel[/b][/quote]
So you dont recomend the new style reproduction bolts?
So you dont recomend the new style reproduction bolts?[/b][/quote]
Im sure the new repros are fine but if your problem is your overlocking the car they arent gonna be much better either. Try another set of the stock bolts [i have some if your out] and some new shocks with more travel. if your running too short of a shock thats more than likely your problem
A friend has a 64 Iimpala with a 2 pump setup. His father-in-law wants the car and will, in return, fund a new project. But he does not want the hydraulics - too harsh and not his style. He wants him to look into going back.
Anyone ever converted one back? What is the approximate cost a...
Im sure this has been covered before but my search isnt turning up anything.
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