<VV> dummy drive train.

airvair airvair at richnet.net
Sun Mar 20 11:03:28 EST 2005

Earlies aren't "superior." Just unsophisticated. Proof is that you don't 
have to pull the axles out of a late model in order to drop out only the 
engine. As a result, engine removal (like in a clutch job) is much 
simpler on a late model.


Shaun wrote:

>Late Models require a diff to be mocked up so the lower control arms can be
>connected to it.
>The superior Earlies only need you to remove the yokes from the rear axles
>and slide an appropriately sized piece of tubing over the two axles to keep
>them in line.
>yea, Vairily ... Shaun 'Late Earlies are best' McGarvey

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