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Mustang II Crossmember Kit for 1948-52 Ford F1 Pickups

SKU 665118
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Designed as a direct fit for your 1948-52 Ford F1 pickup. Available for standard coil springs/shocks or for conventional (not Mustang II) coil overs. The welded option will get you a fully welded crossmember and upper towers. In the coil over version, the coil over mounting plates are supplied loose because they are designed to be trimmed for the ride height of your particular coil over. Our instructions will walk you through the process. Please note; the kit does not come with any of the additional parts shown in the coil over version pictures (rack, coil overs, spindles, etc.).

- 5/8" lower control arm bolt holes, ready for your tubular A arms.
- Includes 3/16" frame boxing plates.
- Lower control arm mounting tubes and gussets are included (and welded in the welded version)

Our crossmember will put the bottom of your frame at spindle height when using stock spindles. Please see our installation instructions and diagram: click here.

Rack extensions should be used, 2" per side.

Optional #24410 power rack spacer kit includes spacers and hardware to correctly position your 1979-93 Mustang II power rack so the input shaft clears the crossmember.

Please see related products for brake caliper mounting kits.

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15 Replies to “Web Store”

  1. Can I use Duralast Wires? I just bought some not to long ago, and I was wondering if I could just switch out the terminal ends and use those.

  2. im very interested in purchasing this upgrade,
    I have a very bad issue with my VR6, it turns over run for like a minute idling extremely rough and then shut down, I can maintain it on by playing with the gas pedal,
    anyways researching came across a lot of the same issues with people, not as bad as mine but the same, and in these case people do suggest coil pack failure, and then I see a best solution is this MSD upgrade.

    any suggestions.

    1. I can’t guarantee that this upgrade will solve your issue, but it will help it to run better once any other issues are addressed. Have you inspected the coil pack for cracks?
      Thanks for writing.

      1. Thanks for the reply, I actually need to do too end rebuild the previous owner ran it hot for a while and I think he warped the head so im going take care of that first but I will be done that upgrade regardless I’ve heard excellent things.

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