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    A-ARM 2x3TUBECHASSIS HELP

    I just picked up an old 2x3 a-arm front clip I think it an A. R .T.type. I have a back half 68 camaro Round tube chassis. OK, heres the question, i dont have the old front clip in the car any more and was trying to figure out where i should mount this clip and what height the center of spindle is. The other prob. is someone cut the rest of the fram connections off. I only have the front clip to where it would start to go under the fire wall. If you need pics i will get them or if eaiser i can call.Thanks for reading. Paul

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    Post up some good clear pics and you'll get more help. Lot of fabricators on here.
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    As Double D said ya need to post some pics! But shouldnt be that big of a deal.

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    Thanks for replying. i will get some up

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    Re: post subject

    Quote Originally Posted by injectedrat68
    Thanks for replying. i will get some up
    Don't know if you know already or not but A.R.T. is back up and running after being shut down a while, you might be able to get the mounting pads from them, maybe give them a call.

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    I have pics, cant figure out how to get them up

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    Re: post subject

    Quote Originally Posted by injectedrat68
    I have pics, cant figure out how to get them up
    you have a PM

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    Re: post subject

    Quote Originally Posted by injectedrat68
    I have pics, cant figure out how to get them up
    Pictures post for njectedrat68

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    GOOD ! These show us what you are working with !
    Now we need 4 pics of the car you want to mount this in, please. Ideally one facing the firewall, a shot of the underbody at the firewall, one facing forward from the rear seat area, and one facing forward from the rear end area.
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    Im running a stock fire wall on 68 camaro. The plan was to tie into the main cross member behind the drive seat where my ladder bars are.Because the car sits low I think if I put in the front clip i have to cut away the floor either all or just where the rails would tie into the cross member. I will get some pics to Zip to post. Thanks Zip

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