I was looking at your big bushing triangulated but all I need are the axle mounts, bars, bushings, and some upper shock mounts. I wouldn't need the axle tabs or either frame mounts. Please let me know what my best option would be.
Steve used some brackets to put together a rear four link kit for his '34 pickup.
My son and I are interested in upgrading his 1987 Chevy with Mustang II front suspension and 4 bar rear. We like the Welder Series as it gives him the ability to do more of the work.
Are the upper and lower bars supposed to end up parallel with one another?
I'm wondering what would be the reason for choosing a large bushing kit over the standard bushing kit? Is one better than the other?
Gord, here are some parts that would make the conversion from a parallel 4-link with a Panhard to a triangulated set-up:
I am interested in putting a 4 link triangulated under a '73 Cougar convertible. I want to use the front spring eye brackets for the lower bars.
I have a 66 mustang that needs a new rear suspension. I am interested in your 4-link rear upgrade.
Good morning, I want to install a 4-link kit on my 95 S-10. I was hoping you could recommend a kit.
Hi Paul, I talked to you about my '56 Studebaker P. U. and a front end coilover cross member kit
I have 2 questions on your Pro Street Rear 4 link kit.
What is the sidewall thickness of the link bars (is this the same for all of your 4 links?)
Big bushing rear four link kits are climbing the popularity ladder...
We first showed you the parallel version, and now we're all set with a triangulated version! It's a bit beefier with 3/4-16 adjusters and 1-5/8" bushings.
Are the mounting holes for the rack and pinion setup at 16" or 15 1/2" on center??
Archives: Terry is chronicling the build of a Rambler station wagon, and sent me the article from the four link install. He used Welder Series #2220. Follow along!