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Old 10-13-2005, 07:55 PM
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I'm looking for a IFS kit for my 1964 ford fairlane does anybody make one? Bolt in or weld in maybe even a front clip. This would be for a bracket race car.
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Unlees you just have to have the aftermarket one why do you not use the stock MII front end..They are easy to work with and they can be found in wrecking yards yet from time to time..

Other wise all is needed is the hub to hub of what you have for when you go shopping for a kit..just do a search here and on google and there are lots of options..

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Mustang and Fords Magazine did a write up on the 64 Fairlane they did. Check their website for possible info.

Windsor-Fox at Apple Valley/Victorville CA does it.

Most any of the places that sell kits for Mustangs sell the Fairlane kit also.
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Have you looked at Art Morrison or Chris Alston? Both companies have some front suspension setups that might be of interest to you. Give either one of them a call, their websites are not very specific as to price or options for a specific application.
Art M. is here: http://www.artmorrison.com/
Chris A. here: http://www.cachassisworks.com/
Another company that has alot of really trick mustang suspension parts is Total Control. (newly aquired by Alston) I would check them out while you are at it. Hope this helps
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