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29 Sep 2015 20:12 #1543 by Qball
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oestek wrote:

Qball wrote: Wow, that sure is some 'interesting' fab work.


Well, it did last over 15 years, and it was behind a 600+ HP Lingenfelter SB2 V8, so it wasn't THAT bad! We're pretty glad it's getting a tune-up, however!


Good point. But, man, those welds are ugly!

-Mike

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30 Sep 2015 08:57 #1544 by Qball
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But what the hell do I know, I can't even weld!

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-Mike

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30 Sep 2015 10:05 #1545 by oestek
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Here's a blast from the past for you:

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30 Sep 2015 10:37 #1546 by Qball
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Awesome! Thanks, my man. Always looking out for me.

-Mike

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07 Oct 2015 20:05 - 07 Oct 2015 20:06 #1566 by oestek
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The Heidt’s rear suspension bolts to the stock Camaro frame rails. In this pc, the upper control arm and upper shock mount brackets are set in place, loosely held by the rear axle bump-stop bracket. Holes will be drilled in the rail and the floor to secure these in place.



Here, the driver side bracketry is bolted in place. Note how the upper control arm bracket bolts through the floor.





The bolts protruding through the floor appear a little long, we’ll install shorter bolts when we complete the final assembly of the car.

The upper control arm bracket features a little “kick-out” bend to allow for the nut to be installed on the upper arm bolt.



The rear sway bar crossmember is bolted to the upper rear brackets.



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07 Oct 2015 20:24 #1567 by z282nv
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Are there any bushings used on the bolts that go through the frame rails?

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