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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-29-2013, 09:57 AM Thread Starter
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I started to install the rear brace set-up on the car, in the front I have a 1/4" gap side to side and in the rear I have a 5/8" gap side to side, do you have any spacers for this or can I just make up some square plates to take up the gaps? I also e-mailed the Tech Dept. also

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I started to install the rear brace set-up on the car, in the front I have a 1/4" gap side to side and in the rear I have a 5/8" gap side to side, do you have any spacers for this or can I just make up some square plates to take up the gaps? I also e-mailed the Tech Dept. also

Anthony in the tech department should be able to get it straightened out. I will be out of the office for a week or two due to a family emergency so my time around here will be very limited.

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post #3 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-18-2013, 11:38 PM Thread Starter
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J, are you back in yet? guess your phones do not call out and your office computers must be down.
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I just got back in the office this morning. I will talk to Sal as soon as he gets out of the Monday morning meeting.

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just a little update, J has been helping on getting this fixed for me,
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J, got the plates yesterday, perfect fix, now just to get that darn bushing in on the sway bar, that thing is tight, going to have to sand down the bushing on the outside and see if I can get it to go in the mount.
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Is this for the rear suspension? got my front TCI all installed and it will be painted next week. Now I need to decide on a rear suspension. I also need to swap motor mounts and spindles
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Is this for the rear suspension? got my front TCI all installed and it will be painted next week. Now I need to decide on a rear suspension. I also need to swap motor mounts and spindles
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yes it is the rear set up, with the spacers, it is nice and even in the back now
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Good Morning J,

I sent Sal & the tech. department a e-mail this morning, I am missing some parts for the rear-end set up, could you please see that they got it?
Thanks Pat, it would let me attached it here.
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PM replied to, I'll look into it ASAP.

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Got the parts yesterday time to get back on it, thanks for your help on this.
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