How important is proper alignment? Before continuing, five professionals were consulted to eyeball, check the level, observe the measurements and then agree that the crossmember is correctly positioned.
 Here's a look at the crossmember in place. Notice how nicely the old crossmember blends into the new crossmember.
 HR&CS's Phil Damon mig-welds the crossmember onto the frame. It's a good idea to alternate between sides to prevent warping due to heat buildup.
 With the crossmember welded into place, the lower A-arm can be installed. Kugel uses nylon bushings for stick-free movement.
 The coilover shocks come with all the hardware required.
 The upper A-arm uses eccentrics, which are the key to aligning the Kugel front suspension. Simply twisting the eccentric creates positive or negative camber. Adding or removing shims changes caster.
 Notice that the A-arm bolt has a flat spot on it (actually two). This corresponds to the set screw holes in the eccentrics.
 The unpolished, non-chromed spindle is dropped into the lower A-arm ball joint.