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Username Post: 4 link rear in a '55 Nomad
Posts: 118

Loc: Melbourne, Victoria, Aust...
Reg: 07-16-07
05-31-08 07:18 PM - Post#1445565    
    In response to wagonman100

As the others have said, one change will force another. I was told some time ago that you need to remove or modify the stock tank if you were to change to a 9" rear in any wagon, dont know if it is myth or fact but others here may have done that conversion. Another option is to use a 10 or 12 bolt, but dont know how much clearance you have with those rear ends - again, others here may be able to help on that one.

I have removed the tank and spare wheel well in my 57 Nomad (with early Corvette rear) and I have widened a sedan tank by about 7". Depending on how you want to detail the undercarriage - you can get a custom made tank in stainlees or aluminium.

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