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Bagging a 1968 Chrysler 300 Torsion Bar Front Suspension
Hello i am trying to put air springs on a 1968 Chrysler 300 with a torsion bar front suspension. if you do not know exactly what this looks like check out what a 1968 dodge charger front suspension looks like. If you know anyway i could do it keeping the front suspension on this vehicle without clipping it that would be great. Cause the thing about it it the torsion bar is securly mounted in the back under the drivers seat and has a key on the lower control arm. So also on top of this the strut mounts to the front side of the lower control arm with the sway bar mounted to the strut. This turns out to be a very complicated front suspension. If you know anyone who has done this or you have any ideas please help me. thank you so much
posted: October 15, 2012
 
    
 
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