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I plan to add side gussets to tab they mount on, to add side stability. Then I will construct the Torque Arm.
Update, I mocked it up (Tack-welds only)
Great pictures, thanks for sharing.
Did you fabricate the Torque Arms system or was it a kit?
I agree and was under the same thought when I started this project.
I will be running a almost stock Flathead and 3 speed top loader. So I...
Thanks everyone for the feedback.
Few more question:
Can I use Tie Rod ends to attach the Radius arm to the underside of the frame or are...
Thanks guys, I knew you all would be the voice of reason. I wil go with the original idea and try to get the bars as close together as possible...
So then why can I not just run these to the outer frame and then add the 3rd “panhard” link? Be a heck of lot less fab work.
OK so I’ve looked through past threads I notice topic has been talked about a lot but I could not find the answer specific to my question.
I am building a '26 Roadster very similar to this yet with a Flatty mill, the cost to build these can easily exceed the asking price on this...
Oh I agree with that 100% just hard to spend $700-1,000 for shocks ... I may punt and use 1950 Dodge tube shocks.
I moved the rear spring cross member as I am using 1936 rear with spring behind axle, not planning on running fenders. Now I need to...
Got the frame mostly done. Just some last few welds to button up once I flip the frame over for final welds.
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What do you run for shocks in the rear?
Thanks for the feedback.
Makes sense to tuck in and raise the rails into the trunk floor. I was so focused on A builds using the kick up this...
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