It's time to start setting up the front end and to do that
we need to install the engine so we can make sure everything has room to
move freely. The engine used in the mock-up is a Chevy ZZ503 that will actually
be going in another vehicle, but is the same size as the polished Street
& Performance motor that will take its place.
Its important to amke sure that everything is level and aligned
propoerly - to include clearance between pulley's and other components before
you get everything together. Better to discover potential problems early,
rather than later.
Time to start installing the TCI IFS.
To make make sure it all fits, the radiator, grill and fenders
are put in place as well. Good thing there's plenty of room to work inside
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