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Old 02-03-2006, 11:14 PM
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Are all the Mustang ll cross members the same? I have been thinking of using a M ll IFS. If the cross members are all the same, I could buy a new one then go to pick-n- pull auto salvage and get rest of the component parts to have a rolling chassis.

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If you're talking about aftermarket units the answer is DEFINITELY NOT. There are perhaps 3 or 4 manufacturers out there that make units that are designed correctly and a hole bunch that are just doing knock-offs that will use stock Mustang II parts. The big difference is in driveability.

Do a little reading and investigate the different name brand units. Most of them are pretty good. My personal choice has always been Heidts. Very good design which duplicates Ford's geometry exactly and quality welding. They lack a little on customer service but IMHO their unit is the best.

Good luck.
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