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Old 11-28-2011, 08:47 PM
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swap in my 61 uni

well ive finally decided to crownvic swap my all stock 61 lwb uni custom cab that my gran dad bought new im putting in a full roller 5.0ho with world product heads a 5 speed trans from a 92 f150 i have all the parts gathered up including some new restoration parts like new headliner, seat , a straight hood cant wait to actually drive it at 70 mph cause it only goes 60 now haha ill post pics when i start the project feed back is always greatly appreciated
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Great cant wait...
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Is it a front end swap, or are you using the full crown vic frame? Does it fit right on pretty good?
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Old 12-03-2011, 09:39 AM
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just a front swap and adding the rear end onto my leaf springs
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You may want to measure the width with tires of that CV rear before you decide to change out the axle you have.

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garbz is the rear narrower on the than the front i just wanted to retain the same track width front and rear im gonna run 06 mustang v6 wheels for the off set
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The 03 up CV rear is wider. There are fitment issues with the narrower slick 64 to 66 bed.

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It's a 61 uni and I got a 96 cv rear end out of a interceptor any difference worst case I guess I can get some wheel adapters for the wheels and just lower the rear
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Well I got my crown Vic front suspension mounted boxed the front frame rails sway bar installed sleeves for the bolts in the frame rear of control arm mounted and man I'm sure glad drilling holes are over lol
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Thumbs up pics of my cv swap

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yay i figured out how to do pics enjoy
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IFS swap

I am new to this so please bear with me. I have a '61 uni and want to put a crown vic ifs in it. My question is what year of crown vic will work best?
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