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Hi there, The car is a 64' with stock front suspension. I'm having the typical issue of the alignment not holding. :(:(:eek::mad::devil: Mine is of course worn out somewhat, but I've read several posts of users who have completely rebuilt everything and still had this problem.

Now, I'm currently looking at the CPP Mini subframe kit to try to solve this problem which is kinda spendy (about $380-400) but I wanted to ask...

Has anybody used the global west eccentric lockout kit with any sucsess?

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http://www.globalwest.net/1962-67_Nova_and_ChevyII_Alignment_kit.htm

Oh and the wheels have moved frome this: |----| to this: \----/


Thanks, a bunch:confused:
 

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I had one on my 64 and never had any issues with alignment. I also never had any issues on my driver that did NOT have a lockout kit either.

I used the kit from NNN and I did not have to shim align the uppers because the camber was right on from the get-go.
 

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If you pay the shipping I'll send you the one I used before I put the CPP kit on.

Email me at [email protected]

Hi there, The car is a 64' with stock front suspension. I'm having the typical issue of the alignment not holding. :(:(:eek::mad::devil: Mine is of course worn out somewhat, but I've read several posts of users who have completely rebuilt everything and still had this problem.

Now, I'm currently looking at the CPP Mini subframe kit to try to solve this problem which is kinda spendy (about $380-400) but I wanted to ask...

Has anybody used the global west eccentric lockout kit with any sucsess?

Pictured here:

http://www.globalwest.net/1962-67_Nova_and_ChevyII_Alignment_kit.htm

Oh and the wheels have moved frome this: |----| to this: \----/


Thanks, a bunch:confused:
 
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