Independent Front Suspension With Airbags - Advise
I am searching for the cheapest IFS-Kit you know.
I like the Mustang II-Versions as it is for a 1960 LS1-Beetle and should therefor not be to wide.
We make the body 4 inches wider and use at least fenders which add another 1,25" width per side (so a total of 6,5 inches) but it is still not like an Impala or stuff like that.
The company of the kit should offer bags instead of the coil-overs or coil-springs and they if they charge me for that it should be less as a bag is far cheaper than a coil-over.
I also need the possibility of an power steering upgrade, for what I am willing to pay extra of course.
So the kit should include:
X-Member and a very short pieces of frame rails to weld my to my frame
Tubular Upper and Lower A-Arms
Power Steering Box
Complete Discbrake Setup with Calipers and so on
Chevy 5x 4-3/4 bolt pattern
Shock-Brackets and Shocks woudl be a nice extra but are not that important,
that can be done by myself
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