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« on: September 13, 2006, 07:25:04 AM »

 I noticed this thread over at Team Camaro  http://www.camaros.net/forums/showthread.php?p=634217&posted=1#post634217
     ...aside from "can you add to what else is different?" ...it got me thinking that this would be a good topic to detail if not already included here on the CRG site. I'm sure the discussions have come up, ...but is there a section detailing the differences with the subframes on 1st gens (and variation with Novas, etc.)?   (I did look around and didn't see anything)
   I'm primarily a 67/68 (Camaro) guy, ...I know of some/most of the differences, but surely no expert.
 
   ...any thoughts on adding a section? 
   I'm sure you guys are busy, ...but if this were considered I'd be glad to do what I could to contribute.
 
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« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2006, 10:17:09 PM »

I'm no expert either, Kevin, and I'm in the middle of detailing my '68's subframe now. I took a lot of pictures when I disassembled it for I found yellow markings on the underside at the driver's-side spring pocket and on the front frame horn underside. There was also a yellow mark under the top right-side A-frame where the jounce bumper hits. And that's not counting the orange and lavender marks I found on the suspension. I find this stuff really neat! 
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