Re: Centering rear with adjustable control arms
Thanks all for the tips. So two full turns should put me close.
Tom, My measurements were taken from the frame to the axel face, so my differential is not centered in the frame, but you bring up a very valid point. If I’m looking to maximize my tire width, I need to see where the rear is in relation to the body. I just assumed the body would be symmetrical. It may not be, especially since my quarters and wheel wells were replaced.
1967 SS 396 Chevelle
Formerly Bolero Red
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