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Old 07-23-2013, 01:03 PM   #6
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The drawing in the '68 AIM (they aren't always accurate) shows about 3 layers of metal where the shock goes through the trunk floor. There is a plate that is mounted on the bottom side of the trunk that is "loose". So, maybe one can just drill holes in the '67 as I suggested? Or weld in some support in that area first? (It's funny, the AIM actually has one picture where the shocks are both in front of the axle. It's the same drawing from '67. Kind of typical. Shows how it is sometime inaccurate...)

The '69 AIM shows the same thing except with a new drawing with staggerred shocks...

I see in the '67 AIM, the shocks mount the same way, only no stagger. It would seem to be just a matter of drilling new holes.?.?
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