12:05 Garage- ’70 Duster build

Got the car back on the ground and finalized the alignment, which is 7.25 degrees of caster, 1.9 degrees of camber, and 1/32" of toe out. I tightened the shocks to my auto cross settings and went for a ride. The car definitely feels flatter with aggressive turning, but I won't know for sure until I run it around the cones.
With the new 1/2" wider track width, I did have to roll my fender lips. Fortunately, I have a friend that owns the tool to do this, so it was quick and easy to get it done. I know this is common practice for most that run a wide wheel. I checked for contact with the wheel at full compression and steering lock. It appears I'll have about 1/4" before anything touches. I do feel like the hub is in the correct place for me to add an inch of backspace to the wheel and finally get a 275 on the front.
While making these adjustments, we also addressed the sway bar. My tire was contacting the bar on sharp turns. Denny made a new bar that has bends similar to the Helwig and Hotchkis pro touring bar. The sway bar is no where near the tire now at full lock.