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Old 02-23-2007, 11:02 AM
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stock mustang II on fendered 29

does anyone have any info on installing a stock mustang II suspension on a full fendered car,...i have a 29 chrysler, but its the same idea as a 29 model a .......i dont really want to cut the fenders for clearence, or make a hump,...i was thinking of widening the cross member, but then my wheels stick out more,....i dont have wheels yet so i can compensate with a more positive offset,.....but are there any other suggestions?....i know i could also install tubular a-arms....but this only gives me an inch.......any pics of how you guys have moded them,...thanks for you help.

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I thought i seen a M ll with the upper mount that was outside the rail and not over it. It required the shorter A arms but no fender mod was necessary. I don't remember if it was a 20's app but i'll search back and see if a can find pic for idea. My 31 is 26 1/4 inch wide rails , I put in a superide from Heidts .

Guy i work with has a 30 plymouth and like he said not many made for these models. Some co. will fab one up not much more cost i believe.

Did a search and this company said send frame specs and they custom fit for your app .
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I used a TCI on my frame and they built it for the right width, not anymore on the price for extending it wider to fit. Fenders have just enough room to set down next to the rail without notching them, had to change one mounting bolt on each side because they centered in the top, filled the old ones and drilled on on each side for access.

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thanks but i'm kinda stuck with mu stock m2 clip,.....that looks all aftermarket/custom.
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