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Do you need a rolling chassis

I have the A-Arm Front chassis from chassis engineering and I am considering picking up the 4 link chassis Kit. I have the axl's, axl housing. 5/8 studs ,washers and nuts for the mark williams axl's. I dont have the third member but the axl's are a 35 mark williams spline. I dont have the Hat or rotor for the back brakes but I would not use any thing less that the 4 Piston Heavy duty Wilwood disc brakes. I have the front brakes with the A-Arm Kit. I have the center line auto drag wheels with Micky thompson ET drag Tires. this could be a nice rolling frame for another Fairmont futura or a mustang. [email protected] I'm Posting the Spec's for a Previous build so you can see how all these Parts work together. I built a 1979 Model Fairmont futura but the Kit is for a midsize Car so it would work for a mustange or a Comaro. I set the car up with a 22 inch Rear Frame Rails.The Plans said to maintain a 1" measurment between the Rear tires and the frame rails but I desided to go with 2" while retaining housing width. The axle housing had the Pinion centered . Overall Length was 33 inches Wheel to wheel was 38" . I have 35 spline Hi tuff axls from Mark williams and the studs, Aluminum Washers and Lug nuts.I have all the A Arm chassis set up from chassis engineering. for the fairmont the front frame rails were 24"on that car. All the Pieces can be seen in this albume. Lower Frame Rails, Rack & Pinion Mounting Bar I do not have a rack you will need to shorten one because of a Narrower Tread width,Upper and Lower A-Arms. Alden Eagle coil over Front shocks , Mustang 2 Spindals , wil wood Hubs and disc brakes
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