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Old 07-16-2004, 01:07 PM   #1
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lifting a mustang

does anybody have any information about putting a mustang body on a bronco II and putting a lift kit on it
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would you like tips on growing a mullet with that?
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no thats alright i already know how to grow the mullet but thanks anyway
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First I would like to say.....

Second I would like to say it won't work.
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how do you figure it wont work
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Mustang = Unibody
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nothings impossible go for it
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you could totally rip out the suspension on the stang and custom fab a new one using the bronco2 as your guide.

it would be some major work, like monster garage status, and unless you get all the freebees jesse gets, youre gonna be poor by the time its halfway done.
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Old 07-16-2004, 03:47 PM   #9
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I think it would be different. But I wouldn't want it.

Can you imagine the handling that thing would have? lmao
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I've seen this done like a dozen times. Mustangs and camaros.
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that's just wrong. god didn't invent mustangs to be monster trucks, he invented them to be affordable
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would you like tips on growing a mullet with that?
OH MY GOD, I'm still laughing.
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^mine was better
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^mine was better
, the guy asked if anyone knew how to do it not you opinions. Back on topic i have no idea
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I don't know how, but I am sure it can be done. I think the best bet would be to build a custom suspension on the mustang, I think it would be easier and safer. Just remember tho, when you start to lift things you have to take into consideration the driveshaft angle, and other things like that. I like the idea and would like to see that when its finished.
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