I assume you are using the negative roll upper arms from global west and not just the g-plus arms. my understanding is the g-plus arms are for the shorter factory spindle and the negative roll arms are for the taller spindle. I will be making this conversion mysef in the future, I already have the upper arms in my possession but not the other parts.Thanks for the reply but I read the instructions for global west hotchkis and edelbrock for this upgrade and they only mention a 3/8 inch wider trackwith. So I think i did something wrong and dont really want to roll the lip of my fenders. I was wondering if the F-body spindles were any shorter than the b-body spindles. I was hopeing someone else familiar with this mod might have come across something along the same lines
I am not 100% certain but I dont believe the f-body spindles have the caliper mounts to match a 12" rotor, unless of course all f-body spindles used bolt on caliper mounts but I am unsure if this is the case.I m useing 89 caprice spindles and raybestos 5994 rotors and yes its the global west upper arms for the tall spindle upgrade. I worked on it all day today, taking everything off and on several times and after putting it on the ground I found that the spacing was right at 1 inch greater than stock instead if the 2 inches I got when on jacks. My problem is Im running 235/55-16 tires and guess that the 1 inch was all it took to rub. I would like to know if the F-body spindles have the same offset as the B-body spindles to maybe save changing wheels.
Any help is allways apreciated