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.
Steven sent these pictures back at the end of December, and sine he was the only person who sent pictures, he “wins” the $50 credit on his account!
Nice work, Steven.
Vertical frame curves for driveshaft clearance.
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!
Alan used our triangulated four link, transmission mount pieces, and engine mount kits. Thanks for the pictures, and great work!
Thought I would share these pictures of a 1946 Hudson Pick up. I installed the diagonal 4 link, 5.3 With a 4L60 transmission and a Mustang coil over front suspension. I used your diagonal four link, engine mounts and transmission mount. Your products are awesome.
5.3 engine mount kit
I like how he mounted the lower frame bracket.
Drop-out transmission mount using Welder Series bits and pieces.
Glenn sent these pics of his Chevy motor mount installation. Nice work, Glenn!
One great feature of these mounts is that the engine weight is supported by the mount, through the frame rail, instead of by the bolt going through the rubber insulator.
John was in to the shop the other day and asked if we had a bracket for his 8-3/4 Dodge rear end to mount the Panhard bar. We don’t have one specifically for it, and after going over some pictures he had, we brainstormed and came up with something like this:
He used two Versatabs to mount the bar and formed a plate to box them in and to hold the bolts.
Thanks for sending the pics, John!
Grant Schwartz has sent in some pictures of his 302 installation into a 1974 MGB. He modified the 3/8″ engine block plate and welded a section straight down from the mounting holes.
Greg sent some pictures of how he mounted a Welder Series booster bracket under his dash... thought it would be good to share them!
Let me explain.
Nevermind, let the pictures explain. When we say it’s a universal sway bar kit, Daniel took us up on that claim.
Daniel, I’m guessing you spent at least an hour or more figuring all this out! I don’t know anything about bikes, but this is very impressive. Thanks for the pics, and for using Welder Series parts.
Mark just sent us a few pictures of his Welder Series MII installed in his ’51 Chevy truck. Nice job Mark!
He used our coil over kit, which is a little bit less expensive than the coil spring crossmember kit. The coil overs will cost more up front, but will be easier to fine-tune the ride due to the availability of shock damping and a wider range of spring rates.
Mark has been added to our monthly draw to receive a $50 credit on his account here. We draw a random name from those who send in pictures of our parts being used on their car. Please send pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Low West Hot Rods sent us some pictures of a neat installation of our tie rod end mount kit, and I thought I should share them!
Jonathan used our radiator mounts as lower shock brackets on his ’53 Dodge with a Nova subframe.
Congratulations Jim and Mark, and thanks for sending pics of our parts on your projects. There is $50 dollars on your accounts here to put against future purchases.
If you have Welder Series parts on your project, send us some pictures of them being used and you’ll be entered in a random monthly draw for $50. Please send pictures to email@example.com. I tried to think of an email address that was more descriptive, but settled on that one.