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I am trying to locate an adapter to fit new style shocks to my 1970 Chevelle. The chevelle currently has shocks that have an eyelet bottom brace. The shocks I am trying put on the chevelle have a stud type bottom brace. Does anyone have any idea where I can purchase an adapter to do this swap?
 

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Because the shocks that I have originally cost $100. I only used them for a few months on my other car, so they are in excellent shape. I also do not have the budget to spend another $100.
 

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I am not recommending this, but it sounds like two pieces of angle iron with one big hole and one smaller hole might work.
P.S. Forget I said that.
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You can buy very good shocks that fit for around $15 to $20 each. Sell the ones that don't fit and buy new ones. There is a reason why GM put those shocks on the car. Angle iron??? Your not building a bridge.
 
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