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Old 11-22-2005, 08:46 PM
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supension brake steering for52 gm p/u

hi there

I am looking for some options for the front end and rear end as well.

I would like to lower it. I was woundering if there is a good mustang II front end conversion kit and if it includes everthing. If it would be something a first timer could takle.


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The Mustang II/Pinto front end is one of the most popular suspension swaps around today. There are quite a few manufacturers making kits for your truck.

I suggest you read this........

Front suspension!!! Mustang 2 or others

and then this.....

Mustang II Kit Failure

Not to talk you into the IFS or out of the IFS...just so you are better informed so you can ask more informed questions and make better decisions...

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You can take a look at my 53 Chevy pickup project for ideas. I used a Mustang II IFS and converted to an open rear using a mid 70's 10 bolt and Dodge Caravan springs.

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