I am going to be building a '34 3-window for a friend. He bought an abandoned project: Glass body, original frame (has been boxed etc) Jaguar suspension etc. Thankfully he is going more traditional, and I need any advice or pointers on which front axle to go with. Clearly forged seems a no brainer, but there now seem to be a couple of options - CE, So-cal and Lucky7?? Are there big differences between them? We will be looking at a 4" drop, but not sure on the width. The car will run narrow fronts on steelies, but he is still set on using discs. I'd like to retain a good turning circle but don't know if at 47/48" kingpin width if things might get too wide? Rear end options are wide open at this stage - to me this would be dictated by front end track width. Something locally available will be adapted in terms of hubs & brakes - which spindles should we be going for in terms of any other considerations? We may run cowl steering, but cross steer is more likely. Are there different options on perch pin width? We will most likely use lengthened Model A wishbones (split obviously) and spring &cross member will be made to suit. What else should I be taking into consideration here? Ideally I would mock up chassis & wheels before ordering, but given how long shipping takes it would be nice to get a jump on this... Any input will be welcome, as well as hearing the questions I am not asking.