Author Topic: Anti-Rotation Bracket Ideas - 57-64 Olds  (Read 3446 times)

Offline Countn Carbs

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Re: Anti-Rotation Bracket Ideas - 57-64 Olds
« Reply #15 on: February 27, 2017, 06:29:14 AM »
Kinda looks like you have the whole drivetrain mounted too low in the chassis?

I agree. As it sits now it appears that you will have something like 9" or 10" of ground clearance with any sort of reasonable tire diameter.

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Thanks Guys - Slick diameter is 28.5" and when I had it mocked up and sitting on the ground I had about 6" of ground clearance.   I could move everything up in the chassis a bit which would help keep the anti-rotation tabs up.
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Re: Anti-Rotation Bracket Ideas - 57-64 Olds
« Reply #16 on: February 27, 2017, 06:35:39 AM »
What will the kidney bars look like?

Planning on the same tubing (1.500" OD x .125" wall) and its' looking like 3 per side and a couple in the back with a center pipe tying them together horizontally.  I've been keeping the lead tech inspector at Bandimere in the loop on this as well.  We'll be running in Vintage class and need to keep the car slower than an 11.50.
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