well depends...Ok! if I wanted to go to the track once and a while. what would I need to do to suspension to hook up?
you might want to reconsider the CE traction bars, I also ran those on my 68 and they have bent the main leifs of my springs.One thing, I have Comp engeneering traction bars, BFG Drag radials. I know I should run lower pressure at the track. But, what about shocks? And, after reading some old threads, loosening up the front suspension? I understand the weight transfer. I see guys
lift the front left tire. do you have to stiffen up the pass rear? You can tell I have no experience in that area. Basically, I'm just a 50 year old kid, trying to have some fun.
They are bolt ons and adjustable for the preload hit to tires. Also they clear the Hotchkis frame connectors. It comes with a billet bushing for the front leaf eye which means the leaf springs will need to be romoved, then you can press out the old rubber front leaf bushings and press in the new billet bushing with 2-spacers.Thank you! They just bolt on?
Maybe with slicks it will hook up.... But this is a good thread and guys that have there suspension set up may chime in at any time. Heres a link http://www.calvertracing.com/I tried to find them on Summit site. I found slide a links. So, they are bolted directly
to the leaf spring mount and the rear end, from what I can see. With slicks you can hook up the orange crush?