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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Jan 31st, 06, 12:20 PM Thread Starter
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Question Great Frame Measurements - where did this come from?

I found this over at Pro-Touring.net at this thread, about half way down.

Does anybody know where this came from? There looks to be a Chevelle frame on the next page, and I'd love to see that. Anybody know?

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Re: Great Frame Measurements - where did this come from?

That was me from when we where talking about that bolt in frame idea.


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Re: Great Frame Measurements - where did this come from?

Here you go this is a better copy that hasn't been pasted from site to site.


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Re: Great Frame Measurements - where did this come from?

GM Chassis Overhaul Manual. The one for the Camaro has the same drawing in it.

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Re: Great Frame Measurements - where did this come from?

Thanks guys.

Harley, did we finish talking about the bolt-in deal? I've been getting swamped and have lost touch with some people...

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Re: Great Frame Measurements - where did this come from?

No we didn't. You got busy with other projects. I was planning on taking more rear frame measurements this weekend or next week when I jack the back end up to put some shim plates under my traction bars.


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