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Old Jun 28th, 19, 01:07 PM
Larry Olsabeck Larry Olsabeck is offline
 
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Default Aftermarket suspension

Just purchased a new mustang ll front suspension from CPP for my '66. Looking over instructions, it says l will need special headers that fit aftermarket suspensions. Unfortunately, I have a brand new $400 set of Hedman headers I've been waiting to put on with the new front suspension. Is this true? If it is.... anyone need a nice set of ceramic coated headers?🙄
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Old Jun 28th, 19, 01:16 PM
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Default Re: Aftermarket suspension

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Just purchased a new mustang ll front suspension from CPP for my '66. Looking over instructions, it says l will need special headers that fit aftermarket suspensions. Unfortunately, I have a brand new $400 set of Hedman headers I've been waiting to put on with the new front suspension. Is this true? If it is.... anyone need a nice set of ceramic coated headers?🙄
Generally an aftermarket Mustang II suspension kit has a couple of 3x4 rails a cross-member with a Ford unequal length A-arms and a set of up-link braces that bolt to the firewall. This maximizes room (but requires aftermarket inner fender panels if you want them). It is the inner fender panels that will restrict header selection. Without them your current headers will probably fit.

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