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Old 04-30-2007, 06:22 PM
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marz 68...ur truck is sick..i want to bag mines too..how much did u spend in the dropping...i notice u have a 5.0 in the also...and im guessing u have a mustang II from end on it right...or something out of a new crown victoria right???
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Old 05-01-2007, 09:11 AM
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marz68 built the enitire frame....notice the first picture he posted.....way radical!
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Old 05-01-2007, 12:11 PM
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Thanks, the front suspension is a mustang II setup modifide to fit big air bags for more lift.
The motor is from a 89 mustang 5.0 HO and AOD transmision.
As for the price I really don't know cause I help out at my friends shop and I get to work on my own truck as pay back.
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Old 05-01-2007, 01:08 PM
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Marz did you buy the hub to hub kit or did you just get certain parts and fab the rest. Bro you ought to do an article on how you did all that to your truck. I know personally i'm wanting to do want you did to your truck just not that extreme.
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Old 05-01-2007, 04:25 PM
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I built it all from scratch the only thing I bought for the front suspension is upper and lower ball joint,91 mustang rack with a rack extender from Fatman fabrications.
I would love to write up an article but i'm to buisy building a frame for my friends 94 lightning and also a kit to lower 67-72 f100 using the stock I-beam setup.
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Old 05-01-2007, 07:35 PM
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ur truck is too cool..."some day i want to be like Marz68"..jaja..that truck is gonna hit mazagines like crazy
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Hey Marz, man is that some fantastic fabrication work.Low riders aren't to my taste but the workmanship is excellent.Please post some more pics as you go along.
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when your done you should build a 4x4 of the same year with fourlink suspension and gas shocks
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when your done you should build a 4x4 of the same year with fourlink suspension and gas shocks
I do have a 74 crew cab short bed that I want to do into a prerunner but that's a future project.
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Old 05-03-2007, 07:20 PM
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cant wait to see that one, not that the lowrider isnt sick as hell, i just wish i had a fraction of your fabrication skils
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Hey marz make sure you put some pics up when you do the one with twin i-beams. I'm sure alot of us could use to the info.
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That is some fantastic work Marz!!!! Congrats on some really first rate craftsmanship!!!!
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No kidding eh dave i agree with you that is some great work good job keep it up
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Thanks guys! It's fun building custom suspensions and parts especialy for trucks
that dont' get that much attention from the aftermarket companys.
I will keep you guys posted on the I beam suspension that I am building for these trucks, no more extream negative camber for these trucks when you lay them out!
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that would be great, twin lowered I-beams. How much of a drop, more than three inches please. keep us posted
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