- Aug 14, 2014
- Reaction score
- Madison, WI
- My Car
- 1971 M-Code Mach 1 w/408C stroker
I finally decided that I will replace the square tab pockets where the lower control arms attach to the frame. I have been using the SOT square tabs instead of the stock eccentric cam for a few years already, but I got the car with the tab pockets partly damaged and badly rewelded. What is happening is that the LCA has enough play to change the camber about 0.5 deg. That said, I want to replace the tab pockets. My question is if anyone here has done that? Are they spot welded to the frame? I could remove the tabs to check but I am right now just planning ahead. I got the 65-66 kit from SOT that already has the tab pockets included. They also have a new tab design where they have a slot instead of the hole the older ones had. With the older ones you need to remove the bolt to insert them, with this one you just slide them into place. Seems like a much better idea.
Gain more adjustment and control over your alignment settings with this camber kit.