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Old 02-26-2011, 11:17 PM
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Old 02-26-2011, 11:27 PM
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Awesome. Got any pics of it?
I know I have more somewhere, but this is what I could quickly find.

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Looks good. I know I have a few of my dads. I will try and find them.
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Today dad started tearing apart the front suspension and steering of his 69 Camaro.

He is replacing all of the stock A-arms, springs, steering box, etc. The replacement parts will add to handling and take away weight. It will remove around 150lbs from the front end
Jesus! That's more than one Dan worth of weight savings!

Any details on the new parts? That's a HELL of a lot of weight.
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That is some serious weight savings.

Those are some nice rides parked in the driveway!
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Today dad started tearing apart the front suspension and steering of his 69 Camaro.

He is replacing all of the stock A-arms, springs, steering box, etc. The replacement parts will add to handling and take away weight. It will remove around 150lbs from the front end
Jesus! That's more than one Dan worth of weight savings!

Any details on the new parts? That's a HELL of a lot of weight.
Dan it is a ton of weight. That includes the battery relocation too. The kit is made by a Dallas compony that is very well known around here. Smith Racecraft. All the components are either chrome moly tubing or aluminum.

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That is some serious weight savings.

Those are some nice rides parked in the driveway!

Thanks. Those are a couple of the guys that we go racing with on a regular basis.
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Sweet. All three rides are awesome and I'd love to see the race between the nova and camero when theyre both done
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Sweet. All three rides are awesome and I'd love to see the race between the nova and camero when theyre both done
Oh, I'm sure that is going to happen. I'll talk a lot of smack to dad, but with his new mods I don't know if I will be able to hang with him or not. I really have no clue where my car is going to run. But, its going to be damn fun finding out
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Looks good I did the same setup on my 99 Mustang GT. I replaced the stock K member and control arms with the UPR Products chromoly K member and swingarms.
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