Geeze, guess I fell for an urban legend. I didn't notice 'til after I posted that that all of the warnings referred to the same story, so never...
NO!! NO!! Danger Will Robinson!! Welding heat will release deadly phosgene gas.
Read the Link, Google , but don't let brake cleaner anywhere near...
It ain't really much of a set-up, I just bent 18 Ga metal and welded to the floor and connector. I just mentioned connecting to the rocker, but I...
I would guess subframe connectors would suffice. I bent up angles and welded mine right to the floorboards, and I wouldn't be afraid of taking the...
OK, I looked at mine, and there are definitely 2 small roll pins thru the coupler (collar) and the shaft. The pins are small enough to make me...
IIRC, There are 2 roll pins thru the shaft and coupler. I have mine out, I'll try to remember to look at it tommorrow.
The early cars have a nut you access from the kick panel. Pretty sure the '67 will be the same. Remove the kick panel cover, look for a round hole...
As long as I've already jumped in this thread, some one might like to know those pamphlets are available free as pdf files:
Boss 302 Chassis...
Sorry to jump in so rudely, but do you know offhand the year of those 1 1/4" MCs?
I don't have any experience with any of them, just looked them up for you. All 3 are quality names.
Here's the best I have of my '65:
Here's the whole album if you need it.
Not sure if it's the same as '67.
Here's scans of the body assembly manual for what you want.
Remember, these are the same people who brought you the exploding gas tanks on G.M. pick-ups. They were caught rigging the tanks with fuses to show...
+1 Sawzall, several blades, lots of patience and care.