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post #1 of 6 Old 08-06-2007, 02:30 AM Thread Starter
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hay guys . i thought i read a thread in here once that you guys were puttin fox body k members and all front suspension, in first gen mustangs. am i just dreaming this up? i did a search and came up with nothing. do you guys know annything bout this? if so can it be dun on a 65 falcon 2 door waggon? thanks for anny help!!!

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post #2 of 6 Old 08-06-2007, 11:46 AM
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Found it for ya. I am pretty sure if it will work for a 65-66 mustang, the falconwill take it too. They are or are nearly identicle.

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You could just use the RRS strut conversion, if you are wanting to convert to struts. Although I don't get the fascination with struts lately. For a lot less money and fabrication the stock suspension can be made to handle and ride as good as, or better than much of the high dollar suspensions on the market today.
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this is for a budy and he just got a 84 fox and was gonna use it for a parts car. i just figured it would be an easy way to get disc brakes,ac,better handling,and an od trans. thats all
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AJEracing has a pretty nice kit and great customer service. unfortunately we were one of the first shops that did one and no instructions and had to speak to Anthony about any thing we had questions about. through all the calls he was nothing but willing to help. here are a few pics of the rack...



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wow !! those are great pics!! thanks for all the help guys!!!
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