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Old 11-09-2012, 07:40 PM
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Stock Column to Mustang II IFS

I've converted to IFS and was wondering if anyone has used the stock column & may have pictures of what they did.

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I did the CV IFS swap but I did keep the stock column. I have plenty of pictures to show and explain what I did. I would assume that the basics of the two IFS setups are similar enough that you can get a good idea of how to do yours. This link should take you to my thread http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/11...o-58-f100.html . Good Luck! I hope this helps.
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Perfect! Thanks!!

You're pictures are just what I needed. Thanks again!
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No problem! Glad I could help out.
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