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Username Post: Ford 9" and disc brake issues.
Posts: 36
Loc: Iowa
Reg: 08-05-03
02-22-21 08:58 AM - Post#2814867    
    In response to 1956chevy

I rarely come here but I thought I would reply... surely you have your problem fixed by now. Your spring perches are not welded on correctly. Put the axle on jack stands. the snout should point down a couple degrees at least. That would bring your brake calipers around more toward the front some.
Actually front and rear u joint angles should "compliment" each other to be correct. U joints need to rock and some to live.
57 Chevy (owned since 1973-BB TH400) 66 Chevelle SS (blown & injected 427) 70 Buick GSX Stg. 1(bought her new) 67 El Camino Custom (402 BB) 67 Chevy II ( in progress)

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