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October '17

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24 THE SHOP OCTOBER 2017 PERFORMANCE "As with most other industries, tech- nology is progressing quickly. The equip- ment today can allow installers to diagnose, correct and install parts much faster and correctly. This saves time and money for the customer, the shop and the tech." COMING ATTRACTIONS If your shop has been considering attacking additional chassis and steering work, the manufacturers believe now is a good time to get started—particularly with a new off-road favorite about to be redesigned. "We expect very minimal, if any, change in the hot rod and muscle car markets," Shephard predicts. "But the new platform CHASSIS STEERING The Market & A special- ized tool is used for locating and supporting the strut while fabricating a front suspension. (Photo courtesy Chassis Engineer- ing) To what lengths will racers go to save weight? Here a steer- ing column is milled to make it lighter. (Photo courtesy Chassis Engineering)

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