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What rear suspensions do you guys run?

I read about the Auto Weld Super Stang setup it is a street 4 link which attaches to the stock mounting points. Anyone have one of these?

What do you guys run on your street/strip cars?

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our fox car uses an old set of southside lower, a set of adj uppers from Mike Duffy, an anti roll bar from mike as well, and a set of strange shocks. Works pretty good, mid 10's on a 28x 10 slick and will load dragsters on bracket day when the driver can hit the tree.......
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Re: What rear suspensions do you guys run?

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I read about the Auto Weld Super Stang setup it is a street 4 link which attaches to the stock mounting points. Anyone have one of these?

What do you guys run on your street/strip cars?
I have an Auto Weld rear suspension. It's the Anti-roll bar/Coil over combo. I went with the double adjustable coil overs. For control arms, I'm using Southside lowers and Steeda double adjustable uppers. I'm pretty happy with the setup so far. I have a very mild 460 in the car right now and the car dead hooks even when the track conditions are terrible. It goes consistent 1.54 60's and it should go low 1.40's high 1.30's on a 125hp shot of spray. I'll keep you posted. Let me know if you have any questions.
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our fox car uses an old set of southside lower, a set of adj uppers from Mike Duffy, an anti roll bar from mike as well, and a set of strange shocks. Works pretty good, mid 10's on a 28x 10 slick and will load dragsters on bracket day when the driver can hit the tree.......
pretty much same setup, except stock uppers and springs, 1.40 60ft in a 3300 lb mustang.
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Is it possible to run a ladder bar suspension with CalTracs Mono Leafs :?:

Usage is expected to be 60%(street/show),40% Drag :!:

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