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Buying and Installing a Mustang II IFS

I am thinking about buying a Mustang II IFS from southern Rods and Parts. I was wondering if this is a reliable company to buy from. and I also have a question about the front end of my 1950 chevy 3100 truck. do i remove everything including the beam that goes across from frame rail to frame rail?

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I have heard that their IFS might not be as good as others. TCI is usually priced right.
Check prices on E-bay.

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Don't know about southern rods. Before you take out the original X member you must put an angle iron across the top of the frame ib the front to keep the rails in the same location while installing the new X CROSSMEMBER.
yOU MAY NEED TO KEEP THE OLD XMEMBER IN PLACE TO SUPPORT ORIGINAL PARTS.
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