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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old Feb 5th, 09, 7:34 PM Thread Starter
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Center Link Differences

I am looking at purchasing a drop center link for my 67 from Howe
I noticed that they don't have 67 links available. Does anyone know the dimensional differences between a 67 and 68 center link? Or may someone knows where I can get a drop center link for a 67.
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old Feb 5th, 09, 9:16 PM
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Re: Center Link Differences

I don't know what you mean by a "drop center link", but a stock style is available here-
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A '68's front track width is 1" wider than a '67 and the size of the studs and holes in the center link is different between the two years. '64~'67 are the same, '68~'72 are different, they will NOT interchange.

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