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01-17-2008 12:34 PM
fly's~yj as far as the rear..it's a matter of cutting off the old spring perchs and welding up new ones..a little brake line and u-joint fab..as for the front..holy cow dude..i do not think ford ever made one for the front, they use an ifs..you might want to find an alternative~fly
01-17-2008 10:40 AM
elhuberto
Ford 8.8 ?????????

I posted a thread a long time ago and never really got around to this part of the project till now and i just want to know how much fab work i am lookin at when thinkin about puttin the ford 8.8 front and rear into my 87 yj



thnx for the help guys

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