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hi there i am wondering if anyone knows if there are drop spindles for a 1975 ford courier. I mounted a 1923 Ford TT C-cab on a courier frame and cut 2 coils from the front suspension but still would like to get another 2 inches. Inclosed is a picture. Thanks for any input.
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Any lower will cause even less clearance.....

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hi there i am wondering if anyone knows if there are drop spindles for a 1975 ford courier. I mounted a 1923 Ford TT C-cab on a courier frame and cut 2 coils from the front suspension but still would like to get another 2 inches. Inclosed is a picture. Thanks for any input.
You defintiely need 4 inch dropped spindles.... those a-arms are at a horrible angle.

My guess is that you will have to change to an entirely different front end and re-engineer the whole thing.
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