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  1. I think i DESTROYED my Ridetech Suspension (1968 Camaro)

    Brakes, Suspension & Steering
    Hey guys, quick recap. I've recently installed the Ridetech StreetGrip Suspension. Ended up with the fronts being too low and rub the fender. It turned out to be from the 2" McGaughy drop spindles that I did not know about (thought they were stock). Anyways, I later added 3/8" coil spacers from...
  2. Suspension puzzles

    Brakes, Suspension & Steering
    Today the car went on the alignment rack at a friend's garage, right around the corner from where we're working on it. Good news is that it drove there under it's own power :) Bad news is I now have some puzzles to solve before it'll actually go down the road. I have tubular control arms...
  3. Daily Driver Alginment Settings w/Tubular Upper and Lower Control Arms

    Brakes, Suspension & Steering
    All, I been searching the forums for a couple hours now and then I decided that I would try to get this information into one easy place to find (since I have not found it yet) so the people who need this after me can save some time and enjoy driving their cars. I have a 1969 Camaro that I have...
  4. Front suspension revamp help!!!!

    Second Generation
    So, i am having my UCA and LCAs along with my subframe blasted and powdercoated, and i want to replace all the body mount and control arm bushing. I was thinking of going to Global West Suspension or Energy Suspension for all the red polyurethane bushings, but i have read in other places that...
  5. Factory GM Lower Control arms 1969 V8 Coupe

    Forum Classifieds
    Selling a nice pair of original lower control arms (GM) stock. Only have 86,000 miles on them since day one. A little greasy and very dusty. Sitting storage since 1996 when removed. Good clean arms that can be blasted and used on a show car. Not bent up or modded in any way. Includes ball joints...
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