I'm in the process of converting my '67 GT to tube shocks. I'm using
dampers from an 84-88 Dodge Colt (rear). This was recommended by a
listmember (whose name I don't remember right off) and I would be happy
to repost his post once I get home for all who are interrested. My
total investment is <$50, including sporty gas shocks and the shock
dimensions and valving seem perfect for the application.
John J. Peloquin wrote:
> Dear Dave,
> As a previous poster asked, anybody got the details!??!!!
> A $40 conversion sounds JUST RIGHT to me, but how do you do it and what do
> you have to do?
> On Wed, 7 Jan 1998, Dave White wrote:
> =%OJust a note to say I have been running a rear tube shock conversion on my
> =%O"B" for about 2 years and it works great.
> =%OChris Palmer is correct in saying that for about $40 and 2 hours work you
> =%Ocan do the conversion.
> Lots snipped out
> =%O>>Any body have the details?
> little snipped out.
> "Never ascribe to Malice that which can be explained by Ignorance"
> John J. Peloquin
> Molecular Biology &
> 3205 BioSciences II
> UC IRVINE
> Irvine, CA 92697-3900
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