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    4 LINK BARS

    WHAT IS A GOOD LENGTH FOR 4 LINK BARS>> CE :wink: NTER TO CENTER.. 2300 LBS CAR. 108 WB ..BBC, 680 HP.. 32/14 TIRE, POWERGLIDE. 4.11 GEAR. RD

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    bars

    it depends on whos 4 link you have, they all have different lengths for there brackets, so i would find out whos brackets you have and then you will no,

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    Longer bars the changes are not as brutal.
    Shorter bars the changes get very brutal.

    Averages usually run 20 inches to 22 inches center to center. I have seen 28 inches. I have seen much shorter in lower powered cars.

    If you are using pre-made brackets by all means use the same maker for front and rear brackets. Find from them how long of bars those brackets are designed for. Also question them heavily about you getting the rear and front brackets lined up up and down, like the brackets were designed.

    Ed
    " Let all things that hath breath, praise the Lord. Praise Ye the Lord" Psalms 150 vs 6.

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    BARS

    THANKS FOR HELP. MINE ARE COMP.ENG. 23 INCHES CENTER TO CENTER :wink:

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