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Thats a good starter book!
My 3-link saved about 15 lbs. So I went from ~75lbs with leafs to ~60. But I lost a lot of unsprung weight.
thanks its getting closer
Link fixed and yes I have a back seat.
I vote 3-link If you plan on all out performance. I built my own 3-link for my falcon and watts link.
Yep, I just didn't recognize that link.
schwarts racing as well
My 65 weighs 2700.
The one advantage not metioned for the shelby/arning drop is the fact that it would allow you to run a slightly longer shock. So if you are building...
MII is not the best for pure handling. The geometry would need to be improved on. Also the structural integrity of the chassis would need to be...
Actually they are 14's.
On my falcon I run a 17 x 8 with a 5" BS and a 245 tire.
7" wheel and no rolled fenders lowered about 2"
I run a 275/40/17 on my falcon. and a hoosier slick on my mustang with a 11.5" section, 10" tread and 26" tall.
I run a 245 in the front with no rub.
How about 65 k with heater delete and radio delete.
it doesnt rub on my car.
I like falcons. This was my first car, I have had it ten years now. Here are some random shots. Build thread in my signature.
i run a 245 up front and a 265 out back, no issues.
I have super comps on my 65 falcon. I had to raise and seperate my flanges. So I used a jack to lift it using the weight of the car as the reactive...
maybe I misundestand.... But i thought the threads would be left hand right hand.
my 65 mustang has a 15x8.5 wheel in back with a 265/50/15 drag radial rolled fenders lowered and no other mods.