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I'm about to begin removing the old shock towers from my '65 Fastback. Both had been crudely notched by a P.O. to make room for a 351W, back in the days when there were no purpose-built headers for that swap. Both have rust at the bottom and are beginning to collapse inward, to the point that I am maxed-out on alignment adjustment. I have two replacements cut from a '65 6-cyl. coupe. The replacement shock towers have been carefully examined and are free of rust and cracks.

Question: Would it be a good idea to go ahead and install the Pro-Motorsports "Vario-Centric" kit on the replacement shock towers before welding the towers into the car?

Thanks for any comments.
 

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I just put the Vario-Centric kit in a car that had the motor out.
It was easy. Much easier than with the motor in. I would think
to install it now would make sence. Also weld up the seams
and do the Shelby drop if you plan too.

Good luck with you project
 
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