Wheel Alignment Specs?
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Wheel Alignment Specs?



 Have just completed a complete rebuild of my 63 Dodge 330 including dropped spindles, tubular control arms, adjustable aluminum strut rods and a disc brake conversion. Am considering doing some 1/8 and 1/4 mile excursions soon. Was wondering what the group would recommends as to wheel alignment specs considering drag racing and using a Calvert rear setup?? Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated, have alignment appointment this Wed. Thanks in advance.
Nico Over
Va. Beach, Va.


PS, this car has the engine that cracked the block on torquing down of the heads. Replaced all the center row of bolts with studs, used sealant on the studs and then used J&B Water Weld in the cracks. Let set for about 6 month (was in Florida). No leaks of coolant so far.

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