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as it says they are for a 1990 foxbody mustang need them asap lmk if you have any thanks
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as it says they are for a 1990 foxbody mustang need them asap lmk if you have any thanks
Have you considered making your own? Very inexpensive and easy. I was going to buy mine until I actually seen them. I spent less than twenty five bucks.
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Have you considered making your own? Very inexpensive and easy. I was going to buy mine until I actually seen them. I spent less than twenty five bucks.

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if you need them real quick you could just use 1" thick nuts as spacers done 3 cars that way with no problem
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I cut 1 1/2" mild steel square tubing and drilled it to match and bought grade 8 hardware at Lowes. It cost me about 2 hours and 20 bucks.

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