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Quick Tech: Box Your Arms V8TV

http://www.v8tvshow.com - 314-783-8325 - So you want the strength of boxed and reinforced suspension parts but don't have the reinforced wallet to make it happen with trick new parts? Or maybe your particular ride does not have an aftermarket beefed-up control arm available. Here's the solution: Box up your stock control arms! Here, we sourced a pair of original GM lower control arms from our '65 Chevelle project. That car got new stuff, so we grabbed the extras, which happen to fit our 1968 Buick Riviera project. Which, by the way, is one of those cars that has very little in the aftermarket as far as parts are concerned, so we were happy to find that we could make Chevelle parts fit. Follow along as we media blast, then weld up our control arms for extra-strength. And although we didn't show it, they'll get new bushings someday as well.


 


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1965 Chevelle: Pulling Small Dents The Easy Way - V8TV
http://www.v8tvshow.com - 314-783-8325 -Our 1965 Chevelle had a series of shallow dents all over the hood that seemed to follow the contours of the underhood structure. It looked as if someone dumped 500 pounds of sand on the hood, "forming" it to the inner structure. We didn't just want to fill the recesses with body filler, so John pulled out a cool dent pulling tool which uses a spot-welding tip on one end, and a lever action puller to quickly pull the steel back into shape. Check out this demo video to see how it worked!





1969 Pontiac Firebird "Routy" Floor Replacement - V8TV
http://www.v8tvshow.com - Our 1969 Pontiac Firebird project "Routy" was a pretty clean car to start with, but we wanted to improve upon some previous repairs in the floor and trunk floor area. In this installment, we replace the driver's side floor pan with a 1-piece replacement from Classic Industries. There are tips in this video that apply to any musclecar restoration.





Control Arm Jig Assembly
http://www.jefflilly.com At Jeff Lilly Restorations we specialize in building Hot Rods and Auto Restoration of all makes and models. View our channel for more technique videos!





Chassis, Sub-Frame & Lower Clip
Rodney Brooks continues fabrication on the lower rails of the chassis. 90-percent of the welding is completed before adding the cage and front clip. Then it is flipped to finish the welding underneath.





Parts Shop MAX newest super low S-Chassis camber arm fabrication
See the newest design camber arm designed for super low S-Chassis cars come to life. The MAX RUCA is a USA - Japan shared R&D and manufacturing project resulting in the best parts for your hard earned dollar. See all the steps in real time demonstrated by Martin Muench ~ DOM tube bending ~ Chop saw ~ Fiberglass profile marking ~ Cut off wheel ~ Prep ~ Tube notching - Jig ~ Mig Weld - Jig Special thanks to DJ THURO for the electro sound track Please visit poweredbymax dot net to get great parts for drifting ~ Made by Drifters!





How to fix an upper control arm
I made this for the owner of a nice monte carlo that I did some work on...so keep your expectations low and you won't be disappointed-enjoy!





URO Parts Porsche 911 Front Control Arm Bushings
URO Parts has developed a high quality replacement bushing for Porsche 911 and 914 front control arms. These high quality bushings are made for easy installation using common shop tools. This video explains the reason why a replacement bushing has been so long coming and illustrates the installation process step-by-step.





NOLATHANE - BUSH MECHANIC - REMOVAL TIP #1
Nolathane, the market leaders in polyurethane suspension bushing replacemnt, with an instructional video on how to remove an original rubber bushing, from a suspension control arm using simple workshop tools. No need for a press!! Nolathane - Part of a total handling system. Designed to integrate and offer a fully balanced handling solution, Nolathane suspension offers polyurethane suspension bushes & alignment products. So for a catalogue, brochure or technical information on the any Nolathane product contact the Redranger team on 1300 882355 or visit www.nolathane.com.au





After the lower control arm install. Launching at 2200 RPM.
My 2006 Mustang GT, five speed, resonators replaced the mufflers. Short shifter and lower control arms. Wheel hop is almost gone UCA will eliminate the rest, hopefully.





homemade press , Pressing in control arm bushings
Homemade Hydraulic shop press with 20 ton jack. Pressing in energy suspension bushings and progress spherical bearings on honda civic lower control arms. 2x2" square steel 1/4" thick. 3/16 square tube works great too. The outside dimensions are about 21" tall x 18" wide. updates below. Update added thick top plates and a base. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tN5KcTr4bQs - The most difficult part in making this frame with single top and bottom tube is you have to make sure the top and bottom square tubes is absolutely parallel to each other. Not only from side to side but from front and back. This is a little difficult , if you are welding , make tacks then check and adjust if necessary. If the tubes is not parallel then the part will try to come out when the force is applied. This is why the single top tube is not so great idea or if you look at a real press it has 2 tubes at the base where the part sits. - If all you have is 1/16 thick tube it will work with most bushings but you need to protect the top tube with a plate(i write about that below) - If you make this , try to protect the top bar by using a plate, you can see I have the black plate tied to the top tube , if you do not use a thick plate here to spread the load you can easily damage the top bar, if you look at the orange frame in the background you can see how that one is damaged. If you are pressing in some soft or easy bushings then you do not need that part but if you are pressing in something difficult that requires a lot of force then use something to protect the top. Wood press - there is a video on youtube about a wood press pressing in a wheel bearing it is amazing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krbrm1bN-Mg I tried wood to press out control arm bushings but they were so tight and the whole frame flexed so it did not work for me but maybe you can make it work. Home made





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Notchmaster by JD Squared, Inc.
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