Originally Posted by brenx
I think the ute's wheelbase is longer than a coupe. Coupe is the same as a sedan. I think PV/Ute and wagon have the same wheelbase.
My understanding is that a coupe wheelbase is unique to the coupe - it has a dedicated tailshaft smaller, compared to the sedan, wagon, ute, and fairlane. I'm uncertain of the specification of an LTD as I believe they are 5" longer throught the rear doors, but that doesn't concern me with this question. The tailshaft also doesn't concern me as I currently have a tailshaft in the coupe that will be reused. How the Coupe wheelbase relates back to exhaust - I'm not sure?
I understand that the wheel base of both a wagon and ute are the same - they look to have identical floorpans, with a different location for the fuel tank (A load carrying feature I'm sure, for the ute with the relocated fuel tank).
if the exhaust fitment is simply a case of shortening it by 2-3", I'll happily attack it with the pipe cutters - can anyone confirm please?
IS THE REAR OF THE COUPE AND UTE THE SAME FORMATION AND PROFILE?
DO THE COUPE AND THE UTE HAVE THE SAME LENGTH FROM THE DIFF TO THE END OF THE BODY WORK?
Important questions that must be answered!!!!!!