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53 F-100 what brand of IFS ?

Hello! New to the forum. I just purchased a 53' F100, so i wanted to know what is the best or what brand of IFS is recommended?

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Please do not post new questions to old threads. It confuses the membership since they do not read your new post first.

I moved your question to this new thread. Good luck on the project.
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Jag's are very popular in trucks in the UK,. Australia, and New Zeland, Older Jags have a bad reputation but the suspension is a good riding system I have bought Jag fronts and rears for $ 100 to $ 150 we pull out. Have 4 in the shop for our someday projects A couple guys Here on Hotrodders are running Jags, There are lots of Picts and info on the Ford truck forums and on the Hamb about Jag conversions. Just google Jaguar suspension swaps and read . If you pull a Jag get the steering shaft linkage, pedals and master cyl setup and note how the brake lines are hooked up. .
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