No rear end, no problem

565bbchevy

565bbchevy

Geezer
Aug 8, 2011
7,504
113
Michigan
So I stripped the 86' SS I bought earlier this year and just pulled the rear end but I have a couple guys that want what is left so I made these real quick with some HF castors, extra roll bar tubing and exhaust clamps I had and the bonus that I can adjust the ride height so now it will at least roll.

IMG_20200629_212044904 (1).jpg

IMG_20200628_193124777 (1).jpg
 
Last edited:
C

ck80

Royal Smart Person
Feb 18, 2014
1,228
113
Much more stable than the shop jack and 6x6 chunk I normally used. Giving me ideas...
 
  • Like
Reactions: fleming442
565bbchevy

565bbchevy

Geezer
Aug 8, 2011
7,504
113
Michigan
Much more stable than the shop jack and 6x6 chunk I normally used. Giving me ideas...
It seems to roll very well in the driveway and it needs to make it to the street and up a flatbed, $26 invested in the castors.
 
565bbchevy

565bbchevy

Geezer
Aug 8, 2011
7,504
113
Michigan
  • Haha
Reactions: KCP and pontiacgp
lilbowtie

lilbowtie

Comic Book Super Hero
Jan 7, 2006
3,050
113
Canton Mi
Careful the shocks don't rotate on you - might put something across at the wheels.
 
565bbchevy

565bbchevy

Geezer
Aug 8, 2011
7,504
113
Michigan
Careful the shocks don't rotate on you - might put something across at the wheels.
I tried whacking them with a 10lb sledge they didn't want to spin so I should be good plus there is no weight at all on the rear
 
Similar threads





Please support GBodyForum Sponsors

Classic Truck ConsolesDixie Restoration DepotMike's MontesP-S-TSouthside Machine PerformanceUMI Performance

contact[email protected]for info on becoming a sponsor