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post #1 of 3 Old 10-16-2008, 07:33 PM Thread Starter
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Alright i have a aje k member in my 98 mustang and im putting a 351w in it. Im building my own motor mounts, Are there any measurments i can take to make sure everything is alinged? and How many inches do u think i could move the motor back for better weight transfer? thanks for the help.

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street car or race car setup? if its a race car why not do motor plates?



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its a street car and the reason for not putting a 95 k member in is because i already have the 98 tubular one in and just figured i could fab up some mounts. Just looking for some measurments i could take to make sure everything is alinged. Thanks
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