John would you mind telling us what manufacturer you went with for the floater 9"? Is that a cambered snout or did you leave it square?The suspension finally came in, Bilstein coil overs at all four wheels, fabricated upper and lower A arms, heavy duty spindles, Wilwood brakes at a four wheels, and a fabricated full floater 9" rear end. Here's a teaser pic.
I got it all from streetortrack.com, he claims they are built up by a NASCAR shop, and a lot of components are available from speedwaymotors.com. the rear is not cambered. Cambering the rear end puts a lot of stress on the axles and makes them a regular replacement item. I didn't need a full floater, but I took it because of the brake and bracket package that was offered with it. One of the neat things about it is it has internal oil seals on the axles, to keep the lube in the center section. The wheel bearings are massive and are lubed just like a front wheel bearing, the grease is packed in by hand.John would you mind telling us what manufacturer you went with for the floater 9"? Is that a cambered snout or did you leave it square?
This one will be for sale just as soon as I get the underside painted, and the brake and fuel lines in. It's an Auto Twirler, with a couple of upgrades. I ordered it in bare steel because the only way other way to get them is in powder coat, and that was out of my budget. It's been primed and painted lime green:smoke:Nice...I wish I could flip my car on the side like that...would make it easier to do some of the welding I have coming up and get the underside covered with a bed liner type of product.
Might have to see how much it would cost to buy a rotisserie.