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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by enfieldjoe, Feb 5, 2012.
Doctor Detroit: Rear shock brackets are universal brackets from Summit Racing.
I can't picture it. Where do lowering blocks go in the front? Got a before pic?
I think they are more like spacers than blocks. If my memory is correct from some research I was doing they go between the frame and upper control arm mounting.
Here's a picture of a 1951 Mercury with lowering blocks in the front, between the lower shock bracket and lower A Arm.
Thank you. Now it makes sense.
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That is correct. They are not blocks, but spacers that can be positioned on the top of the coil spring, or the bottom of the coil spring.
damn. thing looks clean as shit. leave it man. killer ride as is
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