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Don't know of anyone that makes stock looking add on reinforcments

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how necessary are these reinforcements for throwing in a big block?

Matt Williams
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Pro Motorsports in sandy,utah sells a reinforcement kit. Not sure how close it is to factory installed version though. Installs fairly easy - don't remember having to grind any of the pieces to get them to fit properly
 

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Are the kits bolt in or weld-in?

And do they install on the engine or wheel side?

Thanks

Jeff Speegle
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Like any choices there are always different opinions. If I was building and driving such a car I would have the (as long as I'm modifying the car).

Ford found out the hard way and I don't want to repeat them.

Jeff Speegle
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http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/6473
Mustang & Shelby research, documentation

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