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f-100 straight axle on a fenderless rod?

anybody out there using an f-100 straight axle under a fenderless rod front end.......lotsa folks think they're an ugly piece as far as axles go,but they're pretty stout,and affordable......anyone got pics' of this application and how you went about it?......thanks for any input

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Tho I haven't used the F-100. i have used the Econoline.

By running two radius rods, bolted to the original spring mount, back to the frame. Then mounting a transverse spring behind the axle. Thru the radius arms. Suicide style. Works out well for a mid to heavy weight car.
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Try this link for a look at the F100 suspension: http://www.classicperform.com/tech_a..._Steering2.htm
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