Camaro/Nova Subframe Alignment Pins
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.