Camaro/Nova Subframe Align­ment Pins

Muscle Car Review - - New Products -

The folks at Sum­mit Rac­ing Equip­ment note that GM did some “clever en­gi­neer­ing when it de­signed the re­mov­able front subframe as­sem­bly for the 1967-1969 Camaro and 19681974 Nova. What GM didn’t do was make it easy to align the subframe with the mount­ing holes in the body.” To help solve that prob­lem, Sum­mit of­fers subframe align­ment pins that lo­cate the holes in the subframe and align them with the holes in the car’s body. The pins, sold as a pair, are made from zinc-plated 12L14 steel, mea­sure 0.750 inch in di­am­e­ter, and have a 0.608-inch step­down to fit the mount­ing holes. Once every­thing is aligned, the pins are re­placed, one at a time, with the proper mount­ing bolts. In­for­ma­tion: Sum­mit Rac­ing Equip­ment, 800/230-3030, sum­mi­trac­ing.com.

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