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Again, check out OpenTrackRacing Opentracker Racing Products - Ford Parts See the Baer trackers. This site has lots of good suspension ideas. Send John and email and he will even suggest a package to meet your needs and budget
 

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You could possibly use washers, but I wouldn't recommend it because of the tapered ball joint stud. I'd say use a professional kit. Otherwise, trailer it to an autocross event and test it out there where failures result only in the injury of your pride. On the other hand, I have lowered my 65 1" in front and have not adjusted my bumpsteer. Drives alright.
 

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You could possibly use washers, but I wouldn't recommend it because of the tapered ball joint stud. I'd say use a professional kit. Otherwise, trailer it to an autocross event and test it out there where failures result only in the injury of your pride. On the other hand, I have lowered my 65 1" in front and have not adjusted my bumpsteer. Drives alright.
When you say "drives alright" what do you mean?
 

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It drives plenty straight, but it's a little twichy, but not enough to worry me. I'm more worried about the slop in my steering.
 
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