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Hi i just bought a 1931 (A) 2 door in boxes,,,,,and need to find out what is abought the cheapest and that is not to bad to install ,,,,is thair any frount end i can cut out of doner car i know of the mustang 2 frount end any other??????????????????????PLEASE HELP THANKS TIM

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As a old Ford owner and a Moderator here,
I would like to WELCOME YOU HERE ...

Most IFS ( Independent Front Suspension ) setups are not inexpensive and as a general rule do not work well under Model A's ... The fenders mount low on a Model A and prevent the upper A arm from being parallel to the ground ... and the front rack system does not fit the car without major cover up in the splash apron area.

I prefer a Straight axle under Model A's and 32 Fords ...



The shiney stuff is non required ...
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As a old Ford owner and a Moderator here,
I would like to WELCOME YOU HERE ...

Most IFS ( Independent Front Suspension ) setups are not inexpensive and as a general rule do not work well under Model A's ... The fenders mount low on a Model A and prevent the upper A arm from being parallel to the ground ... and the front rack system does not fit the car without major cover up in the splash apron area.

I prefer a Straight axle under Model A's and 32 Fords ...



The shiney stuff is non required ...
i Totally agree with you. Plus they just look so darn good too! Speedway motors sells front axel kits i believe. Im not sure what there website is though.
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