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Performance & Hotrod Business - July '15

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July 2015 n Performance & Hotrod Business n 37 take on a trailer to an event and sit around in a lounge chair. There's nothing wrong with that, but if he's planning on driving it, planning on racing it, you've got to know that. You need to ask how often he plans to road race or drag race the car, then you can gauge the proper equipment that he needs. Ron WHite Lares Corporation, Cambridge, Minnesota www.larescorp.com PHB: Describe some of the features of your recent steering component offer- ings for restorations. Lares now offers new manual steer- ing gear boxes for 1960s and '70s Ford two-wheel drive pickups, as well as new manual steering gears for '60s- and '70s- era Mopars. Those have the aluminum housing designed to look like the original. Most are going to be a complete new Front suspension package for 1970-'81 Camaros and Firebirds. (Photo courtesy Heidts) Heidts' bolt-on Pro- Touring full front subframe features its new Pro-G sus- pension packages. (Photo courtesy Heidts) Heidts front suspension package for '67-'87 Chevy C10s features larger cross- members and larger upper and lower control arms, and includes power steer- ing rack & pinion, adjustable aluminum coilover shocks and Wilwood 4-piston calipers. (Photo courtesy Heidts)

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