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Quick Q for Michael (dirtmodeller) or someone with his 1/16 drag sets


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#1 stump

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Posted 13 April 2012 - 02:25 AM

Hey guys, this post can be deleted real quick if I can gain a quick response. :)

Ok, I have some of Michael's 1/16 drag parts on their way. Engine plates, rear end plates and some Dzus tabs..oh, plus a seat.
I already have a Camaro (70.5) in the work shop with the two main chassis rails done.

Could someone please give me a measurement of the 4-link brackets.??
Top to bottom, either including the notches (for the frame) or without. I should be able to work it from there.

I know I could just wait it out......but I'd really like to get in and have the chassis to a stage where I can just "add" them when they arrive. :)
Any help would be great, and thanks in advance. :D

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Posted 13 April 2012 - 03:28 AM

Could someone please give me a measurement of the 4-link brackets.??
Top to bottom, either including the notches (for the frame) or without. I should be able to work it from there.


Greg, I think I can help you out buddy! There are actually two different sets that can be used and will give you a bit of a difference in measurement.
The ones I used, I will supply you the measurement Center to Center of top and bottom tubing = .7670"

Or the Top to Bottom you requested is 0.6525"

On the other set the Top to bottom is 0.6825", I didn't use these because the holes are to small and to close together for the 00-90 threaded screws.

Hope this helps!

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Posted 13 April 2012 - 03:56 AM

Bart, that is perfect my friend. :)
Gives me a clearer indication of where the upper bars/mounts need to go. I'm on it.............. :lol:
Thanks heaps mate.