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About CJHutch

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  • Birthday 07/06/1973


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    Rockville, MD
  • Occupation
    Electrical technician
  1. Not brand new, no. The guy told me "all I had to do" was bolt (or weld) in the crossmember, then use all the components from that front end. Some welding I don't mind, but it's starting to sound like the juice ain't worth the squeeze. I already have the disc brakes up front, and I have some coil over shocks for it. Other than the shocks though, it's still the original suspension. So does anyone have suggestions on a low cost route to tightening the steering and/or the suspension?
  2. Hello all, I'm glad I found this forum. I'm hoping someone can give me some advice here. I have a 69 coupe that I started restoring 8years ago. Then the kids started coming, and the car restoration stopped. I got it back on the road last year, but I really don't like putting my kids in it the way it likes to drift all over the road. Unfortunately, I really don't have any real money to put into it these days. But I found a guy selling an entire Mustang II front end. I know the are kits that you can buy for the car, but will it work just using the actual front end from the 2? Thanks in advance for any help.
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