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Xtreme70SS396
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Well, I just had to post this. Even without the alignment done or any hard driving yet, the changes I just finished making on the suspension for my '70 are absolutely fantastic. I cannot believe the results, and highly recommend them to anyone wanting a relatively stock look with dramatically improved handling. And not harsh, either! I can't wait to really try it out when I get a little more comfortable and have the alignment finished.

Here's what I did:
Polygraphite bushings
Boxed FRONT lower control arms (See FO_FDYFO's site http://www.einstyn.com/ )
All new steering parts - tie rods, center link, idler arm, etc.
All new ball joints.
AGR steering box and pump.
Hotchkis 1" lowering springs front and back
Bilstein shocks front and back
Hotchkis 1-3/8" front and 1" rear sway bar
17 cuts, scrapes, bumps and bruises

Mark

1970 SS396
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