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Anyone running tall upper ball joints?

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Just curious if any of you are using tall ball joints and if so what brand/part #? (Howe,Proforged,Spc etc) is it also possible to use them with stock lower arms? Cheers

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Just curious if any of you are using tall ball joints and if so what brand/part #? (Howe,Proforged,Spc etc) is it also possible to use them with stock lower arms? Cheers

This will be with tubular/adjustable upper A-arms or stock?  Here's some information:

http://www.chevelles.com/forums/56-pro-touring/798698-stock-arms-1-2-tall-upper-ball-joint-68-sb.html

 

If you haven't joined that site yet, you should.  It has a vast wealth of information due to having a larger following.

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Ill probbly end up getting Spc adjustable upper arms and keep the stock lowers for now, I would go afx spindles if they didnt cost a small fortune.

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Running the SPC’s upper/lower with the Howe tall ball joints with NASCAR mount. Keeps the wheel perpendicular to the ground throughout suspension articulation. They work really well.

Dan

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Whats the NASCAR mount? And do you remember the part numbers off the ball joints? Cheers

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NASCAR mount is simply a large threaded mounting ring at ball joint mount that can be loosened for easy removal of ball joint for rebuild.

We used the Howe tall ball joints on mine.

 

Call Marc Sevitske at Sevitske Classics & Customs. ( scandc.com ) He can answer any question you have and set you up correctly.

FYI: I believe they are closed Mondays.

 

Dan

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Oh wicked thanks for the info Dan, anychance you still remember what part number you used? If not ill just call marc. Cheers

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