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Technical anyone running a 4 bar front on 35-40 Ford?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Andy65, Jan 7, 2017.

  1. Andy65
    Joined: Jan 4, 2016
    Posts: 10

    Andy65

    Anyone running a 4 bar front end on a 35-40 ford? Im reading mixed reviews on them stating that they don't react like the earlier cars (model A, Deuce..) because of the spring being in front of the axle. Is this a safety issue? Speedway motors sells the kit. Any help before i make a mistake is appreciated.
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  2. Kan Kustom
    Joined: Jul 20, 2009
    Posts: 2,287

    Kan Kustom
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    Ask Jerry or Jason at Pete and Jake's Hot Rods. Good honest people. I would buy from them rather than Speedway as they make them their selves where Speedway has a lot of their stuff made offshore.
     
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  3. ghector23
    Joined: Dec 6, 2016
    Posts: 4

    ghector23

    Used speedway kit on my 41 conv. Had no problems with ride or handling. Only problem I had was the wider tires rubbed on the bars in full lock. Just had to be aware of that when parking mostly.


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  4. I built a '36 Ford roadster in the late 90's and used a Chassis Engineering 4 bar system. Allowed the front to sit lower than the Chassis Engineering split bones system that I had used on a '37 coupe. Put about 30,000 miles on the car before I sold it. No problem. Last I heard the car is now in New Zealand.


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  5. Pewsplace
    Joined: Feb 10, 2007
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    Pewsplace
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    CE had the best set up and they worked fine for me. Fat Jack also used them on his cars. He would modify the stock bones to a 4-bar P&J bracket with excellent welding.
     

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