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Laurentian explained the situation in post #13.

I need this car on the road in 2 days so no time to order any new parts from the US. I know proper shock bars are better but I’m out of time for now. I'm thinking we can reinforce it with some steel plates top and bottom too, just need the actual dimensions where to drill. Thanks guys.
That will help a lot. We just don't want to see the newely painted floor distroyed. :)
 

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Laurentian explained the situation in post #13.

That will help a lot. We just don't want to see the newely painted floor distroyed. :)
Thanks Don...Missed that...Sorry Michael
 

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Okay thanks guys. I will eventually get a shock bar for it. But in the meanwhile I will reinforce it with some thick metal plates sandwhiched in there.

I guess reinforcement were welded only to the bottom in the factory? Because I don’t see them on top in my Pontiac. I changed those shocks 15 years ago when I was still a teenager so I don’t remember that far back but those nice quality Japan KBY shocks are still holding out with all the rough driving and racing I’ve done.
 
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