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04-22-2003 03:01 AM
tomslik yeah, i've got whatcha need, just didn't want to spam the board.
oh he**, use tomslik48@msn.com for my e-mail or chk your PM's and give me a call.
evenings work better...
04-21-2003 06:54 PM
Nos ok um.. ill look into that... is there any other ideas u got?. . . what about the front your talking about where could i get that.. or do u have that one your talking about for sale?... if u have aol instant messenge my name on there is Nos420zX
please let me know asap thanx
04-21-2003 04:01 PM
tomslik sent ya PM


as far as cornering, jus a guess but lengthen the rear track rod as much as ya can,dead level at ride height, big sway bars on both ends,maybe set the engine BACK as far as possible
04-21-2003 12:48 PM
Nos hey tom... do u live in colorado?... ok which would be good for the rear suspention?... and how much for what ur offering for the front end?
04-21-2003 07:56 AM
willys36@aol.com See the PM I sent you on the late model front end conversion.
04-21-2003 07:08 AM
Nos where could i get them .. imkinda on a budget ... but ...i kinda want something that would just bolt right in and/or doesn't need that much work .. but thanx.. is there a website or something i can read up on this stuff?
04-21-2003 04:32 AM
Centerline I agree with tomslik. This is one situation where I wouldn't recommend using a Mustang II front end. You might try the IFS off a mid 70's Chevy 2wd pickup. I understand they are almost a bolt in for AD trucks (a bit too wide though) and shouldn't be too difficult to adapt to yours.

Centerline
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04-21-2003 03:01 AM
tomslik i wouldn't use a MII for the front.....

but i'll tell ya what, if ya want disc brakes and a 3.73 posi that'll be a bolt in, i've got what ya need.
you will have to change to a 5 on 5 wheel, though..
04-20-2003 08:32 PM
Nos
Mustang II suspention?

hey guys whats up?..im good... ok well hers the deal.. my brother and i are hooking up my truck a 1965 chevrolet pick-up ... new 350 engine hooked up ... were wondering where and if a mustang II suspention will be good for the truck?... if u get my idea (like taking turns going as fast as you want).. lol .. well if its a good idea where could i go to get one .. do they have kits? .. do they still call them mustang II suspentions? . . Thanx alot ...
Nos

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