A Body Suspension Kit

Discussion in 'Suspension, Steering and Chassis' started by justcuz, Dec 4, 2018.

  1. justcuz

    justcuz Well-Known Member

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    Never heard of them. The front is weld in?? There are multiple bolt in front suspenstion kits out there.

    This would be my choice. Front Suspension
     
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      Welds in inside the front framerails? Sounds like it would ruin exhaust clearance in an already tight spot. I'd want to see pics.
       
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      Almost looks like it doesnt go inside the rails. Looks like the rails get cut out and this goes in. Really would wanna see pics of it being installed
       
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      In their gallery i found this pic and it does look like rails get cut

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        Looks like your typical street rod Mustang II front end that clearances a Mopar pan.
         
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        i just don't see the point in that when you have plenty of bolt in ones that you don't have to hack the shit out of your car to install iy.
         
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          Agreed. unless you're having to replace your rails anyway due to rust or damage. That's the only way I would be able to justify it. Especially given the cost of it. It's right there with all the bolt ons that are proven and can install in an hour or two.