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Old 10-02-2011, 03:45 PM
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Originally Posted by FireFighter128
Hey Fellas,
So Im finally ready to order my IFS kit and get it installed as well as my rear end out of a '67 Chevelle. Im heading to Cruisin' The Coast next weekend to see if I can find any deals, but if not I came across this online. I dont have much knowledge of this company (Zigs Street Rods) so if any of you have dealt with them please let me know your thoughts. Heres the link to the kit Im looking at. (the first IFS kit for $2499) Im looking to replace my rear leaf springs and want my master cylinder and booster on the frame so I can have a smooth firewall, so this kit seems perfect for me. Do yall think its a good deal or should I go a different route? Any opinions are welcomed as yall have never steered me wrong with all my other questions.

Ill back Zigs. I bought a suspension package from them about 10 years ago. They were great to deal with and delivered the goods.

A word of advice. Dont cheap out on the Mustang 2 kits. Its alot of acbbage to shell out for them st start with, but you only get one shot and you want to make it right. I didnt opt for the adjustable control arms. I wish I did when I went to aline it. It needs a smidge more adjustment. Of course, you'd never know to drive it.

I would get the adjustable arms and deff get front and rear sway bars. Your truck will ride sweet.
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