Measuring on jack stands is not accurate.
The rear measurement was exactly the same either on jackstands or all four on the ground.
Got the pass side together today and dropped the front back on the ground.
The rear is still the same with a 1/2 diff from side to side.
The front is now 27 on the drivers front and 28 on the pass. The front end is still very spongy and soft.
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27.4 tall, is that a good size tire for the front?
Installed the pass inner fender. It went in pretty easy. A few bolt holes are way off, so not gonna worry about those. Need to open up the bottom rear hole some. Just like the drivers side.
If I feel motivated tomorrow, I may take those springs out and do some cutting. Or might try the 1 drop hotchkiss sb springs I have....will see...
I ended up putting the blower motor in after all. Going to take a bit of wiring to make it happy.
Looking at the heater box controls, its different than my 71. My 71 has the three horizontal sliders and a separate fan control. The one in the wagon only has three sliders....wonder what it is out of?
3580 #, 6.0 LQ4, Summit pistons, Summit 8702 cam, vic jr, AED 750hp, msd 6014, 11.5:1 compression, NOS Cheater plate
T-350, PTC 9" converter, 12 bolt, spool, 3.90 gears, MT ET R 275/60/15
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'72 Greenbrier Wagon: 454, 700R4, 12 bolt with 3.73