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Old 01-23-2013, 06:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Laurel Mountain Mustang - 1965-1968 MUSTANG 1 PC. SHOCK TOWER BRACE WORKS W/ 5.0 ENGINE WITH OR W/OUT FUEL INJECTIONS
will this fit an I6 Great price and i would love to have it but i dont know if it fits.
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well I could be mistaken, but I thought 65/66s had a different engine bay size, so wouldn't the shock towers be slightly different from the 67/68s? if so, then it doesn't fit 65-68. and if it doesn't fit that, which of the years does it fit?
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well I could be mistaken, but I thought 65/66s had a different engine bay size, so wouldn't the shock towers be slightly different from the 67/68s? if so, then it doesn't fit 65-68. and if it doesn't fit that, which of the years does it fit?
I was confused on that too
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anyone?
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Did you call LMM and ask them? 65-68 seems to be too broad of a range, as mentioned above.
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Did you call LMM and ask them? 65-68 seems to be too broad of a range, as mentioned above.
I agree, give them a call and ask.
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I have one of those on my '69 w/ 351v4
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64-70 export brace is the same, so "65-68" is a bit odd. I do not like tubular braces- they only have strength in one direction. A good export brace and Monte Carlo bar are superior. If you have modifications which make that impossible, the linked item is better than nothing.
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1965-1968 is the same on the tubular brace. 1969-1970 is different at the firewall.
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