That’s the plan, I just tacked the perches on for the time being. I’m waiting for the wheels to be delivered, I’m going to install the kingpins and spindles tomorrow and play the waiting game.Just a comment here. I wouldn't get too far into welding the perches to the axle at this point. Need to assemble the spindles, and get the car sitting on tires, so you can set the proper kingpin angle, and then it can be welded. But I wouldn't permanently weld the perches until the engine/trans are in the car, and you have that weight on the springs too. Then you'll know for sure the kingpin angle is correct, and you can tack it, then pull it out to do the final weld.
Tough to beat Torq Thrust wheels! I bought the TTO wheels, which are the "Torq Thrust Old Style" and have the peaked spokes with as cast centers. They were crazy cheap, and look great!
I’m kicking around putting Ansen slots in the back I really like that look!As most of the members on this site know, I don't think you can ever go wrong with the original style Torque Thrust wheels with the peaked spokes which is why I have them on both my cars. Are you going with them on all four corners? Can't wait for photos!