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Old 01-08-2004, 11:52 AM
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Originally posted by Deuce
....A lot of rodders just purchase a Mustang II kit. I am NOT a big fan of these kits in most cars because of the weight involved.........but a 40 Chevrolet is light enough (IMHO) that a Mustang II is a better choice than a clip for the 1st timer. It is easier for a novice to correctly install and get to sit right. The sheet metal hangs back on easier too.
I completely agree with the exception of the strength. It's been my experience that the Mustang II IFS is more than strong enough even for big block applications in street rods.

** Providing stock components and strut rods are used.

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