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Sir_Muffins

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I've been searching online for awhile for this and can't find one for my year car. The car came with a 460 in it however I don't trust the K member installed as the welds look terrible nor were they complete. Is there any place I can get one that would bolt in properly that I can make sure it's lined up and done right? I would like to keep the motor I have as I already have a bunch of top end parts and a spare motor and trans. Appreciate the help y'all.
 

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The 71-73s didn't have a K member, that's a Mopar and Fox & up Mustang thing.

Some pics of what you're dealing with would help.
 

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The 71-73s didn't have a K member, that's a Mopar and Fox & up Mustang thing.

Some pics of what you're dealing with would help.
Sorry for the late reply the car isn't where I'm living so had to get the photos when I was in the area. So this is what I've got in the engine bay hopefully it can give y'all an idea what's going on.
 

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That's a Mustang II crossmember and front suspension conversion setup. If you're not happy with it, you can grind and re-weld everything so it's strong enough to your satisfaction. Not much else you can do. These are not bolt-in setups.
 

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Sorry for the late reply the car isn't where I'm living so had to get the photos when I was in the area. So this is what I've got in the engine bay hopefully it can give y'all an idea what's going on.
As you can see it's been updated to coilovers up front as well.
That's a Mustang II crossmember and front suspension conversion setup. If you're not happy with it, you can grind and re-weld everything so it's strong enough to your satisfaction. Not much else you can do. These are not bolt-in setups.
I gotcha I appreciate the information brother
 
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