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  1. hotchkis control arm hits...

    Brakes, Suspension & Steering
    Hotchkiss control arm # 1107-no motor, wheels off the ground, upper arm rubber bump stop correctly contacting frame. Control arm 1/16 " from control arm mount bracket see pic. can flip cross shaft gives me 3/8" clearness. if I need to add neg. camber there is little room. if the front end lifts...
  2. Hotchkis control arm stops. turning

    Brakes, Suspension & Steering
    67 Camaro hotchkis lower control arms.I have lock to lock just a little over 1.5 . there is a 3/4 inch stop on the control arm, should I grind it down to increase my lock to lock? Can't test drive yet for turning. motor is out, wheels off the ground, above three fingers tire to frame,12.7:1...
  3. Lower Control Arm Frame Bolt Hole Size

    Brakes, Suspension & Steering
    I'm re-installing my lower control arms after upgrading to Global West Del-Alum bushings. I'm also using their lower control arm bolts. The holes for these bolts in the frame are too small. One size it fits tight, the other it won't go through at all. When I took the stockers out I had to...
  4. Ball Joint Removal Help? Photos included

    Brakes, Suspension & Steering
    Hey I just removed the ball joint from my lower control arm as you can hopefully see in the photos attached. Does any more need to come off the arm? When I removed it, the plate with the grease fitting and the actual metal rod came through the bottom and that was all. Is there a housing that is...
  5. Front bolt on lower control arm problems HELP!!!

    Brakes, Suspension & Steering
    I'm trying to replace the front coil springs on my 68 RS & I cant get the front bolt that holds the lower control arm off to save me life. I tried all day today and I can barely even get it to turn. I just ended up putting everything back together. Any tips on how to get it out? I need to...
  6. 70' Front Springs...it's been a while

    Brakes, Suspension & Steering
    So...I've been working on my car since I was 19 (now 29) and it's been collecting dust more than anything. I've decided I want to actually drive it in my 30th year so I'm back at it. I rebuit the suspension years ago with polyeurethane, new everything and a 2" dropped spindle. With new stock...
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