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1954 3100 #1317307 Thu Jul 11 2019 03:17 AM
Joined: Feb 2006
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jeeper Offline OP
New Guy
any info on using MII parts for front clip and keeping the old fame.

Re: 1954 3100 [Re: jeeper] #1317318 Thu Jul 11 2019 05:29 AM
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Mike B Offline
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Do a google search, there are tons of vendors selling brand new kits to put the MII steering under an AD truck.

Mike B smile

Re: 1954 3100 [Re: jeeper] #1317529 Fri Jul 12 2019 11:09 PM
Joined: Nov 2018
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clarsen3100 Offline
Wrench Fetcher

I used a Fat Man Fabrication, Stage 3, Kit on my 51-3100. The Stage 3 kit uses adjustable coilover shocks. Quality parts, excellent, easy to follow instructions and it worked out very well for me. Check them out at Good luck!


'51 3100 5-Window (Restomod in progress)
Re: 1954 3100 [Re: jeeper] #1318954 Tue Jul 23 2019 02:56 PM
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1954 MI Offline
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Speedway Motors sells a bolt-in Mustang II crossmember.,50961.html

--Tom H.

Re: 1954 3100 [Re: jeeper] #1325956 Thu Sep 12 2019 11:47 PM
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Waves2275 Offline
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I used Heidts on my '53. Great quality and good customer support.

Here's a link if you haven't already sorted your situation out:



Re: 1954 3100 [Re: jeeper] #1325999 Fri Sep 13 2019 08:55 AM
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miraclepieco Offline
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I used an actual Ford OEM wrecking yard MII on my original frame. Makes life easy for maintenance and parts replacement.

1951 Chevy Panel Truck

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