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Old 04-18-2017, 06:04 PM
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Originally Posted by 9310alloy View Post
Shim location towards the front on my 1960 Bird. Like Dave said.. You do not want the A arm to slide around on lower pivots. The shims were there to stop that and yes the location of A arm will affect castor and the best way to gain castor is the lower A arm location. How the lower bushings were pressed in A arm will affect shims & A arm location between cross members. Just a note do not tighten any pivots until chassis is settled in with its normal weight & ride height.
Mike


great pic now i am ready to get to work.... Question can you post a pick of the rear ? and how do i move the arm? dose the entire assembley have to be revoved ? 1 -12 pack or 2?
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