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  1. jimbro59
    03-21-2010 12:04 PM
    jimbro59
    I have installed mustang II front suspension in 64 1/2 mustang coupe, was I-6 car before. I set the 351 with tranny into frame motor sets forward about 2 inches, I have double checked all measurements and spindle location and all looks good, does the engine move forward with these kits? At a loss in South Carolina!!

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  • Personal Information
    First Name
    jim
    Last Name
    broome
    State
    south carolina
    Occupation
    field sup. metal trades
    Interests
    old mustangs
  • Vehicle Information
    Year, Make, Model
    1964 1/2 mustang coupe
    Engine Size
    351w (418 stroker)
    Transmission
    4 speed tpo loader
    Forced Induction Setup
    Naturally Aspirated

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  • Last Activity: 11-02-2010 06:04 PM
  • Join Date: 03-21-2010
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