Why are you putting a car on a truck frame which you're then going to hack up to put a Tesla DU in?
The chassis of a car of that era is similar to a newer compact truck frame: they're ladder frames with live beam axle and leaf spring rear suspension. The S-10's front suspension is a rational upgrade to the car's original front suspension. The combination of older cars to the S-10 chassis is a commonly used and well-worked-out approach.Why are you putting a car on a truck frame which you're then going to hack up to put a Tesla DU in?
This is certainly the first problem. If using the Tesla suspension, a Model 3 would be a bt narrower, but even then it's not likely to be a good fit to the body.Do you know how wide a S back end is? If you are wanting to put the whole suspension and subframe in then grab a measuring tape first. I'm doing a 57 Chevy and it is 9" a side too wide, give or take
|Wheelbase :||115.0 in | 2921 mm.|
|Front Track :||56.5 in | 1435 mm.|
|Rear Track :||54.0 in | 1372 mm.|