In How to Build Hot Rod Chassis, highly regarded hot rodding author Jeff Tann covers everything enthusiasts need to know about designing and building their new chassis and suspension system. It thoroughly explores both factory and aftermarket frames, modified factory solid-axle suspensions, and aftermarket independent front and rear suspension setups. No matter what design a reader may be considering for his own car, How to Build Hot Rod Chassis delivers a wealth of information on the pros and cons of all systems available.This Columbia differential was actually a little stronger than the standard Ford axle, so it became popular with hot rodders. The overdrive ratio was perfect for top-speed racing, and the standard gears were better for drag-racing applications . ... Back then, that look was very acceptable, but things changed when the Ford Mustangs were released, and rodders started to equip their street rods with narroweranbsp;...
|Title||:||The Complete Builder's Guide to Hot Rod Chassis and Suspensions|
|Publisher||:||CarTech Inc - 2010-01-01|