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post #1 of 7 Old 11-05-2012, 03:20 PM Thread Starter
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1986-93 Mustang Mid-Pipe hangers now available

The Fox Mustang mid pipe hanger has been unavailable for some time now; however, this has now changed. We are excited to announce that we have brought these back with some new added features. Read the blog for more details!

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post #2 of 7 Old 11-05-2012, 05:10 PM
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Awesome, and a great price too!


88 LX - Street car- 306ci ,Edelbrock Heads/Intake ,FTI Cam,1.6 rr, 30lb Injectors,Cobra Brakes & Rear Disc,Subframes, Eibach Prokit,3.73 gears,T5 Conversion, 10th Anni Wheels 255/40 nt555 Front 275/40 nt555r Rear,Tucked and Smoothed Engine Bay,Complete Por15 Underside
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Do AOD cars use something different and have a different part number?

1989 Mustang GT - original owner
1/8-mile: 6.57 @ 102.67
1/4-mile: 10.40 @ 128.13 (1.37 60')
445 RWHP: FordStrokers Dart 363, TW 205 heads, tmoss TFS Box-R intake, AOD, UCC 8" converter, 4.10's, Team Z Suspension, M/T 26" ET's, full interior, 3,340 lbs race weight. Tuned by Willie at DirtyDirtyRacing.com
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Do AOD cars use something different and have a different part number?
unfortunately these will not work with an aod equipped vehicle.
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The picture of the part in your link looks just like what my car has in it with an AOD. That's why I asked.

1989 Mustang GT - original owner
1/8-mile: 6.57 @ 102.67
1/4-mile: 10.40 @ 128.13 (1.37 60')
445 RWHP: FordStrokers Dart 363, TW 205 heads, tmoss TFS Box-R intake, AOD, UCC 8" converter, 4.10's, Team Z Suspension, M/T 26" ET's, full interior, 3,340 lbs race weight. Tuned by Willie at DirtyDirtyRacing.com
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The picture of the part in your link looks just like what my car has in it with an AOD. That's why I asked.
the hanger for the aod should be straight and the hanger for the 5 speed is horseshoe shaped. if you want to you can post up a picture of what you have and i will take a look and see what we can figure out.
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Here is a picture of an AUTO hanger.


88 LX - Street car- 306ci ,Edelbrock Heads/Intake ,FTI Cam,1.6 rr, 30lb Injectors,Cobra Brakes & Rear Disc,Subframes, Eibach Prokit,3.73 gears,T5 Conversion, 10th Anni Wheels 255/40 nt555 Front 275/40 nt555r Rear,Tucked and Smoothed Engine Bay,Complete Por15 Underside
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