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Old 03-19-2009, 03:16 PM
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I was wondering if anyone knew where a good place was to get a Mustang II IFS for a decent price.

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I was wondering if anyone knew where a good place was to get a Mustang II IFS for a decent price.
Yea... From a Pinto! I had one given to me and there was an auction where a guy couldn't give one away...

You should be able to buy it cheap or get it free if you look... but I would guess Pinto is possibly the least expensive and most complete!

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Old 03-19-2009, 09:42 PM
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buy the crossmember from welder series http://www.welderseries.com/catalog/...products_id=33 and go find a junk mustang II or pinto for dirt cheap and use all the a-arms and spindals and springs thats what I did anyways later on when i get the money I'll get the tubelar a-arms and such
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I got mine from Speedway (econo series) and did the stock MII susp. it was in the truck with all new bushings calipers and 5 lug rotors for about 650.00 not including my $2.00 per hour I would have to pay myself for labor
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Mike I need to come and work for you. $2/ hr would be great!!!

I have a couple of columns on my spread sheets dealing with this on my car. I've had them hidden for a while so I just checked..... Looks like I've spent about $17 per hour. Those of you who live on SS know how far that goes. haha

I just installed the electric wipers. $286 to the door. 8 hours labor to install. (took my time and fixed a minor problem with them) So it cost me $37.75 per hour. for the enjoyment of installing electric wipers. Guess I need to slow down and enjoy the stuff more so the cost per hour goes down. haha I just selected "hide" on my spread sheet. Should really press "delete".

By the way I do have Speedway Must II front end as well as rear disc brakes with e-brake. Quality stuff. IMHO

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