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Old 05-23-2013, 07:53 PM
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4 Lug falcon steering VS maverick?

I know this idea has been talked about in regard to the spindal. But The questions are first is the frame rails all but the same width. and is the track width. I think they are the same. So if this is true why can not a person put all the supension under a falcon? the idler arm, pitman arm ( to fit the correct steering box) inner and outer tie rods and center link? thanks for all imput Ken
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oops needs to be in steering section.
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I thought this might get the wheels turning.Thanks for reading. Sometimes I just think out of the box to far. Thank Ken.
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V 8 Swap.

A few years ago I sold all the suspension pieces out of a crashed falcon to a friend who was swapping the 6 for a V8 and wanted 5 lug wheels. etc. There is a lot of info on the falcoln fairlane mustang forums and even a how to for using new Mustang GT calipers , adaptor bracket prints. some Maverick 6 cars used 5 bolt wheels. bigger brakes etc.
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