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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-09-06, 11:27 PM Thread Starter
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Chassis sagging???

Hey all, i have a 67 fairlane convertable that aparently is falling victim to the sagging issue. The doors have to be lifted do close smoothly, and with the front and rear windows rolled up, its almost imposible to close the door because they hit.

Now, the floorpans are rotten through at this point, and i was told that they are part of the suport for the car.

My question is, can this problem be fixed, and the car straightened out, and how can i do this??? Does it need to be put on a frame machine, or have addition suport added??? Any info on this would be great!

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Re: Chassis sagging???

yes it can be fixed and yes you will need extra supports put in place to prevent further sagging
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Re: Chassis sagging???

awesome, thanks for the reply..... exactly what kind of suport are we talking about, and where???

Any guess as to how much the process may cost me??? And doesthis have to be done on a special frame machine???
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