1967 Chevy Impala

page 5 - Frame Re-Assembly

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Putting the pieces back together

Putting the frame back together with nice clean parts is a really nice feeling.  No dirty, rusty, greasy nuts/bolts to deal with.


In the Rear

Here's the rear end after I finished it up.            My cousin sliding the rear end into place               With new bushings installed, these will be bolted up

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The rear will be lifted using Pro hopper 14"             The rear springs will be a single 2 Ton                Finally assembled, the rear of the frame lays pretty low.

    competition cylinders w/ coil over kit.                     spring cut in half for a low drop.                        It will drop more once the body is on with batteries and pumps

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For the Front

The front will be assembled using the following parts:

      The lower control arms that I built.             The upper control arms.         4 1/2 Ton Hopping Springs         8" chrome Pro hopper cylinders

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        Here's the front completed:                                 You can see the positive camber angle from the extended arms.

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Finally a rolling chassis

Here's some pics of the frame finally rolling and out in the sunlight. Enjoy.

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