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Old 09-16-2011, 12:14 PM   #1
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Anyone ever installed/used the TCI front end conversion to disc brake and rack and pinion steering for an early Mustang? Found some issues with my project and moneywise, this may be a good alternative to replacing shock towers, all steering components and a power disc conversion. Planned on doing a disc brake conversion anyway but after I pulled the engine, trans and dropped all the suspension out, found the lower control arm connections were pinched together and the bushings were all shoved out one side like the thing had been jumped and nosedived or knocked the crap out of something low on the passenger side as best as I can tell. The tower was welded back together at the bottom but cracking out around the "repairs" the subframe and everything else is square, just motor mount bracket tweaked about 3/4 of an inch forward on the passenger side. nothing else appears bent or jacked up in anyway.
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