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Re: Must II IFS in a 1934 chevy pickup
LONGBOX55 #759396 Sun Jul 03 2011 05:24 AM
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might want to check out welderseries.com they are pretty affordable if you dont mind a alittle bit of wire burning!i got there crossmember kit(not installed yet)and searched the www for sales and deals on all the components.i'm sitting at around $1600 for a full front end, 11"discs,drop spindles,arms and brakes.

Re: Must II IFS in a 1934 chevy pickup
LONGBOX55 #759418 Sun Jul 03 2011 01:26 PM
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Only way to go if you want a nice riding and handling truck.

Re: Must II IFS in a 1934 chevy pickup
dale937 #760033 Tue Jul 05 2011 09:22 PM
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Has anyone ever used a kit from Helix? I can get a Heidts kit with rack and pinion for around $1,700, but the Helix (same parts) for around $1,450.

Re: Must II IFS in a 1934 chevy pickup
Redwood7 #760162 Wed Jul 06 2011 05:16 AM
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I have a Heidts IFS and would buy another if I ever needed one.


Jim

Modern ‘science’: the wonder of a
pre-determined mind…

The ‘baseline belief’ of astronomy:
“Any day now, we’ll pick up a tiny,
coded signal from outer space. Then
we’ll know for certain that there is
intelligence out there, because coded
information does not arise by chance”

The ‘baseline belief’ of biology:
The precisely coded genetic information in
every cell would fill many books…
but we know for certain that no intelligence
could have created life.”


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