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I am in the process of restoring a 66, and I am going to use my 96 suspension as a donor car. Just checking to see if anyone has done this type of surgery yet. Any advice or things to watch out for would be great.
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Check out http://www.fatmanfab.com/06page19.htm. They sell a kit that uses a lot of SN95 parts. I've heard of using Fox and SN95 parts though. There was someone out ther a few years ago that welded a '79 LTD subframe (same as fox Mustang) in his '69FB, and he liked it. The SN95 parts are direct swap on a Fox car, since the SN95s ARE Foxes so it should work. DVS Restorations' MIB 68FB used a complete 99 Cobra front suspension also. I'm interested in seeing how this turns out.
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for the input, I am planning on starting this project in about two weeks. I would just like to do all my homework first. I believe it will work by doing a few measurments. I will try and let you know how it turned out.
 

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Thanks,
for the input, I am planning on starting this project in about two weeks. I would just like to do all my homework first. I believe it will work by doing a few measurments. I will try and let you know how it turned out.
um, I would not. As a person that has owned many mustangs, going with a FOX rear suspension is not worth it. Go talk to the FOX boys, they do not like stock rear suspenions.

http://www.totalcontrolproducts.com/rearcoil.html

This is a much better set-up
 
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