Ford 8.8 swap....

Stangboy

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SN95 was the body style from 94+
 

Perryk

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TRZ build us some arms!
 

1BAD81BU

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So do we still have to modify the spring perches and LCA mounts? One other question, is the turbo coupe rear end the closest in width to a G-body rear? I have some extra cash and I might start shopping around for one these 8.8's. Turbodiesel- are you still going to supply the templates with the control arms you are making? Also, any idea on when the first batch of arms are gonna be heading out the door? No hurry, just wanting to see how the project was coming along! Later on, Nick.
 
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8.8

1BAD81BU said:
Anybody??? Later on, Nick.

The 8.8 rear end set up is on its way to fit the g body

TRZ is doing the upper and lower control arms as soon as we get things rolling in a week

I am doing the rear end as far as narrowing and putting big ford housing ends and basic setup

So if anybody interested we can do this

Call Travis @ 816-228-2630

http://www.steelconceptsfabrication.con
 

1BAD81BU

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YES!!! That's the best news I've heard in quite a while. I'd better start saving my pennies now. :) Thanks for the heads up! Later on, Nick.
 

Excelerater

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8.8 is the best rear for street cars IMO
Cheap,Plentyfull and easy to find new and used parts for
you can prolly get one fabbed up for a few hundred in labor,and still save
money left over for a nitrous kit
 

1BAD81BU

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That's exactly what I was thinking. The new arms from TRZ should be a great for us guys on a budget. O by the way...PLEASE make this thread a sticky!!! Later on, Nick.
 

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