Hey, I'm looking at your 4 link pro street kit, and would like as well a kit for coil overs and panhard bar, for a 31 Ford.
Have you made a kit that would fit this car?
I have a 1940 Oldsmobile that I have replaced the front end with 2 parallel 2x4 rectangular 7ga steel tubes. I now need a crossmember to fit this arrangement.
Looks or not, is rearranging the spring location from in front of, to over the axle done and is it a matter of “builder’s choice”?
In your #2072 Installation Tips on Model A and 32 Fords you reference a measurement from the radiator mounting hole for the Vega Steering Box Bracket, do you have a measurement for 33/34 Fords or an article I can reference?
What kind of steel are your tabs and gussets made from? Mild Steel?
My question is, which of your M-II kits do you suggest for this application? I can figure out the outside of hub part easy enough but do you have certain kits that are made especially for the AD GM trucks?
It would work best for a panhard bar to be about 12” to 15” long in my application. Some input would be appreciated.
Hi I inquired about a kit for my 53 Chevy truck but now I bought a 1940 Chevy truck do you carry a kit for this year?
Are the upper and lower bars supposed to end up parallel with one another?
I’m having a hard time deciding on the rear suspension. I’m between a basic parallel leaf spring set up and a triangular 4 link.
How narrow would the frame rails have to be for a 49 inch track width? thanks
I'm wanting to mount a triangulated four link to a Chevy 10 bolt rear end, and as you know the rear diff housing is cast. Any ideas or help would be great.
What are your sway bars rated at? Thanks, great products.
Hi there, just wondering if you make a specific rear 4 link kit, set up for air bags, for a '57 gmc long box. I'm also not sure which way to go on the triangulated or parallel scenario.