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Axle centerlines
#1253977 Tue Feb 06 2018 11:51 PM
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I inherited a '56 3100 bare frame. The front cross members have been removed and angle was welded on the front to keep the frame square. How do i figure the front axle center line?

Re: Axle centerlines
floaterboy #1253978 Wed Feb 07 2018 12:00 AM
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Per TCI, if you’re doing an ifs, measure 20 7/8 back from the center of the forward spring mount.

http://www.classicperform.com/Instructions/PDF/TCI/1955-1959%20Chevy%20Truck%20Custom%20IFS-NEW.pdf


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Re: Axle centerlines
Whitedog #1253983 Wed Feb 07 2018 12:47 AM
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Great info...thanks!


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