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Here's the video of the Rear Coil Over Kit Install from TCP into my 1973 Coupe
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Click link to watch the Rear Coil Over Installation Video
This is the video of my installation of the Total Control Products g-Link Canted-4-Bar Suspension System into my 1973 Coupe. It does require welding but no fabrication or major modifications to the car and I used my stock 9" rear axle housing.
I am months away from driving this vehicle but am extremely happy with the kit so far...the fit and finish is top notch!
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Awesome vid thanks for sharing thumb

He has all the vices I admire and none of the virtues I despise
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Luke;212886 Wrote:Awesome vid thanks for sharing thumb

Thanks so much for checking it out!
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#4
Great video. Really shows the ease of installation and flexability with this setup. Great job and +1 thank you for sharing.

BKDunha
72 Mach 1 H-Code (Concourse driven restoration)
67 S-Code Factory GT with 4-Spd

68 Mercury Cyclone (Pro-Street project)
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Great video.. Did you also use the complete kit for the front to include Rack/Pinion?
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Great video, thanks for sharing.. Looks awesome!

Daniel thumb

Pro-Touring 1973 Mustang named ''Creator'' ... Tongue
Under construction!!
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#7
Very well done.

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cazsper;212999 Wrote:Great video.. Did you also use the complete kit for the front to include Rack/Pinion?

Jason DID install the front coilover system. Here's the video!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALbrInnpoV8

We don't currently offer a rack kit specific to the 71-73 Mustangs. That being said, we have had several customers retrofit the kit from the 70 with great success. It's on our list of cool parts to make, but it's not at the top yet. Still, this guy dominated the East Coast vintage scene for years with the front coilover system, a custom fit rack, and a modified version of our TCP Pushrod Suspension System.

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That Sir is a vid well done!!
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We don't currently offer a rack kit specific to the 71-73 Mustangs. That being said, we have had several customers retrofit the kit from the 70 with great success. It's on our list of cool parts to make, but it's not at the top yet. Still, this guy dominated the East Coast vintage scene for years with the front coilover system, a custom fit rack, and a modified version of our TCP Pushrod Suspension System.

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Holy Moly... "this guys" Mustang just became one of my favorites of all time...WOW. I can't believe I missed that feature with how much time I spend creeping around that website!
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