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I have 3 years of my life wrapped up in these. I hired a suspension guru with 40+ years of experience, put them through some solid engineering analysis at my Mustang buddy Andy's firm, then had Matt, our CAD wizard spend 100's of hours drawing these and then handed the data to our CNC guy to create these masterpieces. I'm very proud of them, probably the most in depth and difficult project to date. I hope you like them.

Please visit the site for more information, then let me know if you have any questions.

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That my friend is some fine looking craftmanship.
 
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Impressive , suspension porn for Xmas eve!
 
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How much does it quicken the steering with the shorter arms?
 

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Excellent product, nice website. You might want to look at 67-73 Cougars for your products. I have a 66 Stang and 68 Cougar. Cougar people are looking for stuff like this also. As are early Maverick/Comet people.
 

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Excellent product, nice website. You might want to look at 67-73 Cougars for your products. I have a 66 Stang and 68 Cougar. Cougar people are looking for stuff like this also. As are early Maverick/Comet people.
Some of Shaun’s customers are Cougar owners!:cool:
I have a bunch of Shaun’s parts on my ‘69 Cougar. They’re very nice and Shaun is great to work with.
I was lucky enough to see these when I was at SoT world HQ recently. They looked great!
 

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A 1" drop spindle would be a nice option. 2" drop spindles with the Shelby drop will put the car 2.5" lower than stock.
Raise the car/set ride height with our coilovers. They have 5" of adjustment.
 

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@Shaun, is the distance between the upper and lower ball joints the same measurement with the new spindles compared to the OE?
 

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@Shaun, is the distance between the upper and lower ball joints the same measurement with the new spindles compared to the OE?
It’s shorter to help with a 17” wheel hoop clearing the upper ball joint.

Geometry improved in many areas, it was quite the exercise!
 

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Leading edge caliper mounting brackets are finished. These allow you to mount our 13" and 14" front brake systems to the front edge of the spindle. These are required if using our 2" Drop Spindles and one of our 13/14" brake systems. You can also use these if packaging requires it on regular DRUM spindles.

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I don't suppose that they will fit inside a 16" wheel will they? Or stated another way...what is the minimum wheel ID required to clear the tie rod end?
 
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