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Old 11-26-2005, 08:39 PM
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Ringerone sends heads up!

What a scare...glad all is okay health wise. It's been some time...what did the Fatman do for you. I have been looking for a Mustang II front end...and am now considering a Jag front clip instead....this is now the only story I have heard.

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What a scare...glad all is okay health wise. It's been some time...what did the Fatman do for you. I have been looking for a Mustang II front end...and am now considering a Jag front clip instead....this is now the only story I have heard.

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This thread is 8 years old. Its fine for reference but the problems identified all have a work around to solve them. The Mustang II IFS is an excellent unit if installed correctly and the strut rods are NOT eliminated. Literally 10s of thousands are in use today. Don't sell them short.

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bolt failure

were those bolt from china?
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