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Old 08-23-2014, 05:27 AM   #71
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Default Re: Front End Suspension, NHRA Rule Question

We ended up going with Afco solid steel bushings on the upper control arms, steel and delrin bushings on the lowers. Afco extended length ball joints and Global West offset billet steel cross shafts. A little bit a sanding powdercoat and making a piece of angle steel to fit inside the control arm when Dad pressed in the bushings. But overall, it wasn't that bad. We are happy with the parts and look forward to seeing how it all performs when we make our shakedown passes in the next 4-6 weeks. Thanks for everyone that helped out with advice and provided notes from their own experiences on this one. I have a thread going over in the Class Racer Builds section of the entire car, if anyone is interested.
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