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Similar ones have been around for many years but I don't recall them being hard to adjust with the body on. I never use them as I built mostly street or drag arms and typically they are not needed.

I see to bolted on the rotors, good deal. Did you get them at -0- lateral play and under 002" endplay?
 

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Rear bearings set .001
The diff was built per your write up too
Picked up the gears right after Tom passed. Last of the good ones
Thanks for all the information you offer
Really appreciated it
 

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My concern on the toe adjusters is I only have about 95 thousands of space for adjusting on each side. If you look at the last pick you can see the small gap between the threaded nut and the adjuster head.
 

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Hi Cole Sweat - Looks like you did some nice work there! I can't speak to the clearance issue as I have never tried anything like that. I don't adjust the arms very often on my 81 but the factory method is kind of clunky. If I wanted to adjust the arms very often, like doing track work or something, I'd probably look at something like what you did.
 
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