I'm sure you know this Bubba, but the c4 spindles are parallel top and bottom. The angle that allows for the anti-dive in the corvette is in the upper a arm (the upper ball joint is at an angle to the inner a-arm pivot points, when viewed from the side)
with new front suspension I will build my own crossmember to mount everthing on so I need to use parts that will be easy to install and be reliable and so far the vette components are the most user friendly just need to get the desine done then decide what spindles to use
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sorry guy's but the high heat bad hummidity and smog levels so high my asma wont let me out of the house . The temp is starting to go down here and I will be back to work in a week or so and will post what I have done so far . I am getting sick of being stuck in the house
I know what you mean by the heat and humidity, it's no fun here in NY either. I've been wanting to work on my car but the weather and the sun just take the fun right out of it. Did he say "sun"? Yes, here in Binghamton were not used to having that bright ball of burning gas beat down on us as much as it has lately! Keep up the good work and do the right thing by taking care of yourself first.
Blue 87 GT w/ 4th generation Firebird interior. Suncoast Fieros
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having to live with sever asmah is no fun when you are 1000 feet from lake ontario in 90 deg weather with 70+ percent humidity very hard to breath and smog so thick you think its foggy out side in the midle of the day cooler now and better for my health
Bub, Glad you're feeling better. I realy don't miss that crappy Toronto air! Don't push yourself to much, staying alive is worth more than any car project. Anyway, at the rate I'm going, you will still finish your monumental project before I finish my comparitivly tiny one!!!
Are you going to use the 87/88 front and rear fascias? If you are, you're going to have to do something with them as well, to get it all to match. Honestly, I think the stock ground f/x pieces that are on there are going to limit your choices. You'll have to match the front and rear with those, then whatever you do with the rockers.