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Old 09-27-2006, 12:57 PM
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MustangII Frame Stance for IFS install???

I know I've read somewhere here before, somebody has asked about the setup for the front crossmember as it pertains to ride stance. I'm about ready to weld in my TCI front crossmember and I would like a little help from my fellow rodders. Is there a proper stance meaning the difference from front to rear, is it personal preferance? I am also installing the 4 link rear end. I would like to use all 4 tires of the same size. keep the truck fairly level but still have a little attitude. When welding in the front crossmember it needs to be parallel to the ground. Can i get some feedback about where i should start.

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Frame Rake....

And looking more I found what I was looking for using the term "rake" Thanks Centerline.....again. I'll use 2 inches. Just for everybodys FYI I called TCI also and while talking to them the tech told me if I wanted the stock height spindles they would swap the 2 inch drop spindles i have for me...We'll see how that goes...All i have to pay for is the shipping...$
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