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
Use a support bearing for steering systems with more than 2 U joints.
Modified Welder Series pedal mount.
Welder Series Mustang II crossmember
#2115 transmission crossmember.
C005 engine mount kit.
Sean sent these pictures in of his Chevy II install. Nice work! He used our 56-1/2″ coil-over Mustang II crossmember kit.
56-1/2″ track width
I recently made the front clip for my project (1934 Plymouth 2 door sedan). It was a pleasure using your Mustang II crossmember kit! My job was easy because the rails are level, square and plumb but the directions were a great help and easy to follow. Thanks for a great product!
You can also see how Jeff made a mock-up coil over using a tube with two tubes welded on the ends. This is always a good thing to have around to keep your car at ride height during the build. Remember, you use the coil over spring to support the car at the designed ride height.
Do you have some Welder Series parts on your car? Please consider sharing them; it’s always helpful to see other people’s work.
Thanks for using our parts, Jeff. Enjoy your Plymouth!
It's for a 1951 Prefect, and the finished track width ended up close to 48", with 5/8" narrowed control arms.
As Steve was installing his Welder Series coil over Mustang II crossmember, he snapped some pictures (do you still snap pictures with a digital camera?) and sent them to be added to our monthly photo sharing draw. I know he’s bought a triangulated four link for the same truck… I can’t wait to see those install pictures too! That’s great, thanks very much for using our parts, Steve.
Depending on your ride height, notching the top part of your frame rails might be necessary. The instruction sheets included in the kit will show you how to determine whether you’ll have to trim your frame or not.
Steve used a Mustang II 56″ track width for his ’52.
Send your installed pics to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll enter you in a monthly draw to win a $50 credit on your account here.
I think you'll agree that it's always nice to see young people doing some major chassis work instead of what seems to be a more common theme of "baubles and bolt-ons" among the younger folk these days.
Roger's pictures of his '62 Rambler with a Welder Series Mustang II crossmember just made him $50!
Here are two pictures sent in by a customer who recently installed our 56" coil-over Mustang II kit in his 1950 Oldsmobile.
Paul just got his 1937 Dodge humpback back from Grant Schwartz... could it sit any better??
Trucks!TV now has an article in the Powerblock magazine on installing our MII crossmember.
Paul Barber's '36 Dodge panel truck is getting a Welder Series Mustang II crossmember and a new HEMI.
Garth Webb installs a Welder Series MII crossmember in a 1957 Ford. Follow Along...
Stephen sent us some pictures of his '49 IHC with our 60" Mustang II kit installed.
Here's a great example of what it takes to install a Mustang II crossmember in frames where the rails are too high, too thick, or just not nice to work with.