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39 chevy mustang II ifs fitment question

Hello everyone new here but will become old here in time.

Just started a 39 chevy street truck build. I immediately began looking for a mustang ifs setup, and my friends father has one, now my question is, i kept finding the heidts ifs setups and the aftermarket mustang II "style" ifs setups, and at 2000ish for a kit i need to find another way.

as anything is possible, can the real deal ifs from an old mustang install as easily as an aftermarket setup? or is there more rigging that must be done?

TIA and because nobody like a FNG that dont post pics, here are a few of the truck, in progress.




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ive been reading more and more, and im starting to see not to use m11 oem stuff, any reason for this???
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1939 Chevrolet truck ifs.

Try Total Cost Involved for their mustang 11 setup.
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most of the time when you find used oe mustang 2 stuff its all worn out any way

i have suggested these to other guys on a budget
http://www.welderseries.com/catalog/...hp?cPath=22_25
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Used a Heidts crossmember with speedway componants, worked great on my 39.
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Considering the costs to rebuild the OE mustang suspension ,and upgrade the brakes, you'll be very close in cost to a new hub to hub kit. Also, an OE Mustang front end was designed for a lightweight Mustang, not a heavier truck.
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