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So what I would strongly suggest is getting the axle in on wheels as well as the front spindles on with tires mounted. Also I would recommend putti g on the fro t sheet metal to check front door gaps. In addition to that the doors look low and crowded on the rocker panels. I am not trying to be a know it all but for best a ssesment do the above before even thinking of cutting or reshaping anything as it will change once on the ground. Good luck. Greg
 

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Thanks greg, problem i have is that i currently dont have a diff or wheels and tyres for the car.
Do you think the way i have it supported at the moment is close to the way it would be sitting if mounted on all four tyres ?
 

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Where are you located maybe a member close by you would have an extra that you could use or borrow. Great community I still feel like it is your best bet to mock it all up. Keep in mind I am not an expert but had similar problems with my door fitting while off of the wheels
 

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