A heavy duty one that goes straight across would provide a marginal handling improvement, but that would be very difficult to package in our cars, and would at the very least require a fiberglass hood and replacing the lift supports with a prop rod. The 1" diameter bar with multiple bends in it is going to deflect probably with less force than it takes for the unibody itself to deflect, so that style isn't doing anything. Either way, I can't see how it could contribute to the firewall cracking issue.
A few months ago Bill from SCP posted on one (several) of the MN12 groups that he was going to do a group buy for the front STB. I was interested (even if it doesn't do much) as it would tie (pun intended) into my suspension upgrades. I didn't move forward though as life had other requirements out of me first. I don't know if the group buy ever happened.
I doubt it. The demand for such items just isn't there anymore. I could barely put together 3 other orders besides my own for a custom built 3-core Fluidyne radiator that was ~ $150 less than what SCP charges for a comparable Griffin radiator.
Hey guys I was wondering if anybody on here would sell their modded bilstein front shocks. I’m lead to believe is all I need are the cut lower shock and the modded hat. And I supply the bilstein insert??
just did the cobra rears with the 1 1/4 sway and the front just plain sucks now.
I have a very basic 1997 Thunderbird. The volume button is sticking and I got it to work a couple years but I would like to replace it with an original Thunderbird radio. Please contact me if you have one for sale. I have this set for email notifications
Hi guys looking for a rust free shell to redo my 97 30th. Would consider a whole car if the price is right. My car was originally from Az but was driven in Il for at least a few winters before it was put in storage for 6 yrs. I'm having some rust issues on the rear shock mounts and the pass rear...
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