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What's the most economical hub to hub IFS w/coil over shocks on the market for my 41 ford tudor sedan?

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What's the most economical hub to hub IFS w/coil over shocks on the market for my 41 ford tudor sedan?
Look at Fatman - he has an economy version that only differs from the deluxe version in that the welds are not ground.
http://www.fatmanfab.com/

This is a very good website.

Also some kits on the market are of dubious quality.
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Progressive Automotive has some nice C4 'vette stuff too. I ended up about $200 cheaper than one of the nicer MII units by using an E-Bay '87 Corvette front clip and Progressive's SweetRyde crossmember kit.

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Thanks for the input, let ya know how I fair!
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