Model A Frame & IFS Build
Building a Model A perimeter frame with a Mustang II Independent Front Suspension. This proven designed IFS doesn't require bubbled fenders and it retains the Mustang II geometry. Pick up a kit at www.classicrods.com.
Bolt-in Independent Front Suspension from Speedway Motors
This crossmember, for 1935-40 Fords, is entirely bolt-on and requires no welding whatsoever! Based on the Mustang II geometry, this IFS crossmember features threaded adjusters to fine tune ride height, an interlocking design for ultimate strength and boxing plates to reinforce the frame. Check it out on our website: http://www.speedwaymotors.com/Bolt-In-1935-40-Ford-Mustang-II-Crossmember,50960.html
4-Link Rear Suspension Install
Step by step instructions on how to install a Ridetech weld-in 4-link onto a streetrod chassis. For more information go to http://www.ridetech.com
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Locost Adjustable Front Suspension - Part 3 of 3 - Coilover Shocks
A simple approach to an adjustable front suspension for a locost sevenesque roadster . You can build a double wishbone suspension using off-the-shelf parts and nearly any donor with just a tape measure and this simple DIY process. The key to this solution is adjustability in those components that matter the most (and that you can realistically control).