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pre48-list Digest Mon, 19 Feb 2001 Volume: 2001  Issue: 012

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ifs??

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Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2001 07:36:19 -0600
From: Chris/Jennifer Chambers <cjmcusit.net>
Subject: ifs??


Well, with all of the talk about the IFS here lately I am really
stumped.  I have my 60 model panel truck stripped down to the frame on
the front end. i have a 79 station wagon frame that I was considering
using for a sub frame, then I thought I would be better off to box the
frame, weld in a cross member kit and use the Mustang 2.  I was
concerned from the beginning with the amount of sway because of the
trucks weight and top heaviness.  I have driven a truck my brother in
law had with a Mustang 2 up front and the amount of sway was down right
scary.
My interest is peeked to use the Dodge pieces, any additional info on
this. i would like to continue working on my truck in the next couple of
weeks but when I do this I only want to do it once and do it right. As
always any and all help i greatly appreciated.
-Chris
60 panel
68 Torino GT fastback
67 Mustang fastback
56 f-100(for sale)


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