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03-05-2003 01:07 PM Personal opinion - I wouldn't run anything but the strut rod lower A-arms. This is one part of the car to not skimp on safety, brakes being the other. Just seems to me that the Ford engineers put a little more time and thought in their design than a do-it-yourself fab shop could.
03-05-2003 12:06 PM

03-05-2003 11:31 AM
Dragon J I'm not currently running tubular which is what I think you want- at any rate friends and I have had great luck with Speedway Motors out of Lincoln, Nebraska for all suspension and brake upgrades and they have an affordable line- hope it helps! If you want a good strut relocater Full Tilt Street Rods makes a great kit (see product reviews)
03-05-2003 04:57 AM

What brand lower a arms have you had good luck or problems with? I am building A 48 ford coupe with A 454.There are to many brands and a big difference in prices.
I want to go strutless. What size master cylinder?
Disc breaks front and rear.

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