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Craig from New Zealand

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That's  our MTF  bumper.  We started  making  them 5 years ago.  This came about  when a customer  furnished us one from the  only  company  at the time making  them. After spending  close to  40 hours to make  it fit, we decided to make  our own.  That's  pretty much  how we end up making  new parts. 

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On 11/28/2018 at 1:28 PM, mustangstofear said:

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I really like the way you hid the sub frame nice build I am a few years behind you. But I am using a 2007 4.6 3v modular motor. I am a home build too

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Nice work!   I looked back in the build thread, and I did not see what kind of exhaust/headers you will be running.   I have not personally had good luck with any brake lines running from the master cylinder on the engine side, due to interference the exhaust.   I know you guys are experts with this type of thing, but just thought I would point that out.  I also used adjustable motor mounts.  My pic attached, which is pretty old school compared to your build.  I would up using a Ford Explorer/Ford Ranger Master Cylinder combo with Wilwood prop valve.

Look forward to seeing this thing come together.

 

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