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Sold! Thanks.



I bought this Heidts 4-link kit for my Falcon approximately 5 years ago and never used it. I'd like to get rid of it because I'm going a different route with the suspension and it's just taking up space.

It's still sitting in the boxes they were shipped in. It's all the links, brackets, mounts, and coilovers, etc. Complete kit. It is in a natural finish and would need to be painted/powdercoated. No housing.

I do not have pictures as it sits because it's still in the boxes, but I would take pics for anyone serious.

This kit goes for $1400 on their site and Summit.
64-70 Mustang & 60-65 Falcon Rear 4-Link Suspension Kit & Parts - HEIDTS
Maybe less from a few other vendors.

Asking $600 + shipping. Paypal preferred.

Thank you.
 

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Well don't quite me on this, but I'm pretty sure you could use this on an 8" housing as well. Please note, the housing pictured is NOT included with this purchase.

Thanks for the bump :)
 

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OK guys, I went out to the shed, took off the wrapping paper (these have been through a couple of international moves with me) and got some info. *The packing list was still even on the box, which was helpful. *I didn't want to take everything out because it would just be a big mess.

Total weight would be right around 100lbs.

Part numbers are as follows:

Bracket kit is RF-101
Control Arms and Panhard Bar RF-104
Shocks are CO-101
Coils are CR-300-11B
Hardware Kit HK-086

When I opened the RF-101 box, it had instructions for a Mustang, not a Falcon. *I'm thinking it's the same deal. *The RF-104 kit is what had Falcon inscribed on it, so that may be the major difference. *But, again, it's all a guess to me and Heidts would know.

As you would imagine, there is quite a bit of surface rust on a lot of these parts.

I would try to get as much of it in one box as possible for shipping. *Some pictures follow.
 
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