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I am getting ready to install the Jag IRS. it's an early model with the crossmember and inside disc brakes. I've heard that some users remove the crossmember, but I want to leave it on for more strength and stability. I'll just clean it up real nice and paint it, probably to match the body.
I'm boxing the rear part of the frame and then I'll use a steel 4 by 4 across the frame rails and attach the diff to it.
I'll tate pictures and post them as son as I can.
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I am getting ready to install the Jag IRS. it's an early model with the crossmember and inside disc brakes. I've heard that some users remove the crossmember, but I want to leave it on for more strength and stability. I'll just clean it up real nice and paint it, probably to match the body.
I'm boxing the rear part of the frame and then I'll use a steel 4 by 4 across the frame rails and attach the diff to it.
I'll tate pictures and post them as son as I can.
Peace and Blessings,
Donna
Are you talking about the cage the Jag is in? I have a Jag in my 33 You only need to put a 2 x 2 crossmember in it to bolt the flange to. Speedway has a mounting kit, for the Jag, you get the arms that go forward to bolt to the frame, the crossmember, pretty much everything. You will have to get new coilovers, as the ones on it are way to stiff.

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Thanks 35 terraplane, it seems to me I asked speedway about a mounting kit and they told me they no longer sold them.
Any place else where I might get one?
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Thanks 35 terraplane, it seems to me I asked speedway about a mounting kit and they told me they no longer sold them.
Any place else where I might get one?
After I posted you I looked up speedway, you are right they don't have them anymore. I went online and tried to find some, I am sure someone does. but I didn't spend much time. Had to go watch drag racing. I have a couple of ideas, let me check them out.

There are a couple of threads on here one has some very good pictures, to show you what you need. They are not that hard to put in but you do have to have them right, or you can ruin them. You have to have the angles right, the radius arms, They can not be allowed to move back and forth. you must have the shocks in right, along with the right ones. Coil overs for these cost around $1000.00 for the four. Let me check and I will get back to you.

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OK thanks, I;ll be waiting for further info from you.
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OK thanks, I;ll be waiting for further info from you.
I'm sending you a PM.

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