Grant Schwartz stopped in the other day to pick up a Mustang II crossmember, and I think he had it installed quicker than my kids can go through a jar of Elmira maple syrup.
Here are some pictures he took. To see more of Grant’s work, please visit and follow his Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/schwartz.inc
I will be getting a 1955 International R-110, I can not find frame dimensions or accurate track widths, and the truck will not come with any suspension. Do you know which kit Grant Schwartz used on the 1956 international, you linked great to the order forms, but wasnt sure which option he used, 56, 58 or 60. And could the stock stamped lower control arms be used with the kit he installed. Thank you Bob Phoenix AZ
Bob, Grant thinks it was the 58” kit. This feels right to me, too. If your frame width is either 26 or 33-1/2 outside dimension, there will be some frame work to do to fit our 58” kit. 26” is slightly narrow and 33-1/2 is slightly wide. Check the pictures at https://welderseries.com/Mustang-II-Crossmember-Kit-for-Coil-Springs-p51209443 and https://welderseries.com/Mustang-II-Crossmember-Kit-for-Coil-Overs-Shockwaves-p51209593 to see how builders have reworked frames.
The lower arm holes are now 5/8” diameter instead of the stock 1/2” bolt size. The crossmember holes would have to be bushed down to take the bolts for the stamped arms.
Thanks for asking. I hope this info helps.