Re: 1962 Rear Spring Mounts Reinforcement
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Re: 1962 Rear Spring Mounts Reinforcement




Strengthening the rear shock mounts isn't that difficult. I'm going to run air shocks so I needed to reinforce this area.  All I did was cut a section out and replaced it with 2x2 square tubing frame rail to frame rail.

Also, you don't need the "Z" or fancy cutting on subframe connectors.  I did mine with 2x3 tubing. The rear slides into the frame rail and the front welds to the torsion bar/trans crossmember. Nothing to it.


Al







On Wednesday, January 25, 2017 at 12:08:46 PM UTC-6, hmse...@xxxxxxx wrote:
 What have you Guys done with the rear spring mounts. The Back one are just a Sheet Metal weldment the is not very strong ?
 

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