Mustang II Install

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  1. murphypatsara

    murphypatsara Member

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    Looking for suggestions where to take my 74’ Maverick to have a Mustang II suspension installed near Grand Rapids Michigan.
     
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    71gold Frank Cooper Supporting Member

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    do you have the rack and pinion kit to be installed?
     
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    No, I thought best not to purchase until I determined who was doing the work incase they had a preferance on manufacturer.
     
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    RMiller My name is Rick Supporting Member

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    Don't let them dictate what goes in your car! Do your research and make sure you get your money's worth. If you get the wrong shop you could end up with a lesser quality product. If they won't install what you want go elsewhere.

    I will now defer to 71Gold who will tell you why you need the Rod and Customs kit. He has theirs in his car and can give you real world experience with it.:thumbs2:
     
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    71gold Frank Cooper Supporting Member

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    thanks Mr. Miller...
    If you want a kit that has it all.. RC 107.. don't get a shop that will have to "make" a lot of pieces to install a kit. they will save you money on the kit but they will make more money in labor.
    after I got the crossmember welded in it was just take parts out of the boxes and bolt them on...:thumbs2:

    http://mmb.maverick.to/threads/rc-107-mod.101913/
     
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    Dido on what 71gold said. I also bought the RC-107 kit. Other than the welding I installed it myself. Every nut, bolt, washer is included.
     
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