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Old 03-04-2005, 09:43 AM
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F-100 drop spindles

I have a 63 f-100 unibody and I need a drop I-beam and/or drop spindles, I have a small oil pan to i-beam clearance issue, and I want it alot lower. I dont want to convert to M2 suspension, I'd like to keep it stock susp. Thanks

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A dropped axle would be what you need......Maybe someone else has a source for one.......

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I used to own a 66 Mercury M100 which is a canadian F-100. I used to see lots of ads in the custom truck magazines. Look for the ones with lowering kits for everything and you should find the droped I beams which is what you will need if you stick to your current setup. There are plenty available, I don't know about clearance to the pan but you could always notch the pan yourself.
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