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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-07-2012, 02:33 PM Thread Starter
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NEW Product Release: Triangulated 4-Link

Introducing TCI Engineering's Triangulated 4-Link for '64.5-'70 Mustangs. This rear suspension system is designed to lower vehicle stance and have greater axle control for better handling. The installation mostly requires drilling and bolting in components except for welding 4 tabs on the axle housing for the upper link bars. The kit is available for both 8" & 9" housings. Complete 9" axle housings are available fully welded and ready to be bolted in.













*Anti-Sway bar is optional



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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-31-2015, 12:46 PM
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I have been having issues getting things set on my 4 link rear install and went to TCIs website and it appears as though this isn't even offered for Mustangs any more. I was concerned when I saw it referred to as a quadrabind! Did I buy a white elephant?

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Maybe white elephant is the incorrect term but what's up?

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The Mustang 4-Link is still available and is one of our best sellers. The website is currently under the knife so some items are missing and/or being edited. If you need help beyond the basics covered in the install manual you can call our Tech department for help.


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I was planning to call today once I get a minute. My main concerns are if the strut lengths are hard and fast as those settings would put the pinion angle way down. Also the sway bar tabs don't seem like they are even close to what the instructions try to vaguely illustrate. The quality of everything you guys build is awesome , it's the instructions that I feel leave a lot to be desired. When you cutting up vintage iron you want to know exactly what is going on! Between the front and rear suspensions we have had several head scratchers!

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