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She’s back home today. New steering rack, not perfect but much better. 5 speed trans,. Louder, cooler exhaust rumble.

still have to get stereo working & clutch pedal sticks on bottom

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Do they all make a loud GRAUNCH should from rear left going over speed bumps? Sounds like drive Drive shaft hitting speed bump maybe ?

she makes similar noise on hard acceleration like maybe an axle tapping a spring ?

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On 11/21/2020 at 3:38 PM, SHELBY69 said:

Do they all make a loud GRAUNCH should from rear left going over speed bumps? Sounds like drive Drive shaft hitting speed bump maybe ?

she makes similar noise on hard acceleration like maybe an axle tapping a spring ?

Check your rear shock absorber, sound like worn out rubber mount.

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5 hours ago, lalojamesliz said:

Finally pulled out the original I6 250  a day ago and I just ordered some convertible inner rockers with the convertible seat pan. 

Atta boy! Just be aware that convertible seat riser will raise your seats one inch. 

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On 11/28/2020 at 10:03 AM, RPM said:

Atta boy! Just be aware that convertible seat riser will raise your seats one inch. 

I read on another forum that a guy shortened them but it could have reduced the stiffness the add. 

Maybe its something a cutoff wheel and my welder can fix. I'll find out.

 

Glad your still around! I bolted that crossmember and it fit perfect Bob. I even lifted my front end and it worked as I hoped it will. 

I'm a long ways away from installing that 408w but ill find out if it clears the pan I got for it.  

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If you're going to do some cutting and splicing, I'd wager it'd be easier to splice the center hump from the one piece to your lower profile original seat risers. That's what I did anyway. 

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