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Old 10-10-2009, 05:43 AM
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Has anyone used any products fronm weiderseries.com they make ready to weild mustang II ,4-link and other supenion parts .

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Trucks TV put one in their AD Chevy last week. Pretty interesting piece. Great idea and low cost. You have to have good welding skills. The kit is also universal, so you have to be a good fabricator as well. If you fit that profile and you have more time than money, I think it is a good way to go.
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If you have a chassis that no one makes a kit for. probably better than modifying something else. they have very detailed instructions that comes with their catalog. they also have a kit for something wider than the std Mustang II They also will sell you individual pieces. MY son hasn't started on his project coupe but we plan on using their parts. He said he will probably use the stock mustang bottom crosmember parts and welderseries spring pockets and A arm mount. If you are fabricating other parts a lot of pieces they sell are cheaper than we can make them ourselves.
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While I haven't read their materials (just like Congress) but one advantage to the you-weld-it approach is no product liability on their part.

The advantages to the builder are price (unlike Congress) and that you may be a better welder than someone at their place.
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Trucks TV put one in their AD Chevy last week. Pretty interesting piece. Great idea and low cost. You have to have good welding skills. The kit is also universal, so you have to be a good fabricator as well. If you fit that profile and you have more time than money, I think it is a good way to go.
Saw the same show and you're absolutely right. Great way to go to save money and with decent welding and fabricating skills it makes a nice piece.
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I like them too. Good customer service.

Go to YouTube and do a search. They have several instruction videos there, too.
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GREAT PRODUCTS and speedy delivery last but important good people.
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