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Old 08-25-2009, 09:16 PM
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GM metric IFS crossmember

Seen a neat IFS crossmember for stovebolts, take a look and let me know if this could be used on other things, http://good-times.webshots.com/photo...01989507XlSFIN

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This crossmemner was designed, engineered and is manufactured by Scott Danforth for Chevy AD trucks only. This is an alternate option to the Mustang II crossmembers. Scotts unit uses S10, G body A-arms, spindles, brakes, suspension components and a Camaro R&P steering. This unit also accept aftermarket suspension A-arms, lowered spindles and any other items that are available for the these cars. This allows one to use stock components up to high dollar upgrades. Scott is a regular contributor on the Stovebolt.com forum. The pictures are from his site that shows the history of his design.
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