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i forgot how much longer the 67 lca is but you have to move the inboard mount on the bottom of the shock tower farther in. you can use square tubing and cut off one side and weld it to the shock tower and drill a 1/2" hole for the lca mount. if the 67 is 1.5" longer then this is how much you need to move it in. the 67 lca used a straight strut rod like the 65-66. you will also need the 67 strut rod mounting brackets that weld to the frame and these are available in repo. if you dont want to retain the factory look you could use the 68-70 lca,strut rods and mounts but it will be obvious that its not factory. the longer lca will give a little more neg camber gain a turn compared to the shorter 65-66 lca. you must be a good welder if you plan on doing this because the lca mount has to be strong cause theres a lot of loading on the mount.
Could you PM me with a little more detail about using 67 LCA's on a 65. Not doubting you, just have limited info about that. I have dropped the UCA's and moved them back a little if that makes a difference. Seems to me using a longer LCA may give me more tire clearence up front, am i thinking right on that? Thanks for your thoughts and input.
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