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Old 02-02-2013, 01:15 PM
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IFS Supplier question

Has anyone purchased an IFS kit from RJays Speed Shop in Missouri? They seem to offer what I need for my 1932 Chevy, but wondering about their product and support.

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Old 02-02-2013, 06:49 PM
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How about supplying a link so we can see what you're looking at.
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Old 02-02-2013, 06:58 PM
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I looked them up and see that you have to trim uppers to fit your application with provided template. . I have a 31 chev with Mii xmember in it and if I had to do this again I would have kept the solid axel and springs as this is a costly endeaver. Good luck and be sure to call and talk to them before ordering.
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Link to Rjay's Speed Shop IFS kits.

Buy Mustang II Front End Packages at RJay's Speed Shop!

THis is the link to RJAYS.
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Question for Cape Cod Bob

You said you looked them up and saw that I would have to trim. Having not installed an IFS myself, how did you determine that I would need to modify.
Just trying to learn more about this. Thanks
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Looks like the answer to your original question is "no", so far...it appears they sell Pete and Jake's stuff, I wonder if you could call them and ask it this is a distributor in good standing...maybe it's their parts being sold there, ,and they could answer questions?
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