The front ends of the 'bones were to be mounted next. The spring dictates the height from the ground of the rear of the 'bones, and we wanted them parallel with the chassis 'rails for appearance. This meant the tie-rod ends used at the front had to be mounted in tapered holes a distance of 4 1/2 inches from the lower edge of the 'rails. This chassis will get Z'd at a later date with the 'bones mounted through the sides of the 'rails, so we were going to fabricate temporary mounts, until I remembered Jimmy White at Circle City Hot Rods had made these cool mounts for a customer's car and never used them. As luck would have it they fit our measurements, so I "borrowed" them for this story. Thanks, buddy!