I need to replace the rear torque boxes on my 66 coupe. The bracket where the spring bolts on is still solid, but the box itself is pretty weak and the 1st 4 or 5" of the framerail are getting bad also.
Any special tips or tricks in doing this???
I am assuming the critical part is measuring the center of the spring bolt to assure the new boxes line up so that the bolt is in the same place it was before so it does'nt dog track when I am done with it.
As far as tools and equipment, I am a Body Shop mgr at a Ford dealership so I have access to all the right stuff /forums/images/icons/wink.gif
I just have never replaced these before......
I figured I would replace the boxes, rear springs and install a 8" with T-lock all at the same time!
Any help is appreciated!
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11.1 Compression/ 6,000 RPM/Clifford Cam & Valve Train