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Old 03-11-2011, 06:40 AM
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Please help....JAG IRS on a F100 79'?

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I would like to fit a Jag IFS & IRS in to a F100 1979'. I managed to find alot of information concerning the fitment of the IFS but can't seem to find anything on the IRS install. Please help with some info and pics if possible...

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Not to guide you away but there is a lot of info posted on the HAMB site. Jag suspensions are popular in the UK, Australia, New Zeland, a couple guys here have used them, I have 4 jag fronts and rears setting on pallets awaiting projects, My son has a jag rear in his 22 Dodge lakester Bucket. We used the CCR T bucket plans to fab the parts for the bucket, Jag rears are popular in T bucketrs Some of the T bucket sites have info, Tbucketeers, NNTBA sites.
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Thanks for that. I have found a few "how to's" on IRS install done on early Fords, 50's-60's. Should this be any different on the late 70's F100 as the common is a 4 link with C Notch?
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I was gonna suggest an Explorer IRS, but I see you're in S.A. An Explorer setup might be close enough to a bolt-in to warrant a better look...

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