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CCR Smooth Lengthened Body / Frame question

Discussion in 'California Custom Roadsters' started by Pat Howser, Aug 31, 2012.

  1. Pat Howser

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    Getting ready to build a T. Looking at using the CCR Smooth T Lengthened body. Maybe a dumb question but I am guessing that I need to lengthen my frme by 8"? Can I get a satge IV CCR Chassis already made for the Smooth T Lengthened Body? Thanks on advance!

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    Hi Pat,
    Your frame will only need to be longer if you don't have the space to move the motor forward, it all depends on the distance from the kickup to the back of the block.
    Our frames are already long enough to use either the standard or lengthed body. The brackets locations are set up to use one or the other.
    The only reason we would need to make the frame longer would be if you needed more space for blower pulleys or maybe a 32' grill shell. Yes, you can get any of our frames/chassis set up for any combination of components you chose. Satterfield Kit.jpg
     
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