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Dear Welder Series… 1948 Chevy Pickup Mustang II?

Dear Welder Series…
Good morning,
I am restoring a 1948 Chevy pickup. I was inspired by the guys in Trucks. I want to upgrade the suspension but I am not sure what kit I need to order. Can you help me? I would like to get a complete front suspension kit.

Thank you,
Jesse

Dear Jesse…
Our 56″ kits are the right width for this truck, Jesse. We sell only the crossmember.  To get a hub-to-hub kit, check with our dealers at:

https://welderseries.com/more/dealers-builders/

Thanks for looking at Welder Series parts.

Mustang II Application Chart

I’ve added a table which tells you what track width Mustang II kits will work best on which vehicles. The list will be updated as I get time to go through the thousands of emails asking “what track width should I use on my ________?”

VehicleTrack WidthComments
Chev, 1962-67 Nova56"
Chev, Car, 1935-195456"
Chev, Pickup, 1937-1955 (early series)56"
Chev, Pickup, 1955 (second series)- 1959 60"
Ford, Car, 1933-194856"
Ford, Falcon, 1964-556"
Ford, Car, 1954-5958"http://104.154.121.234/2009/11/12/57-ford-mustang-ii-install/
Ford, Mustang, 1965-656"
Ford, Mustang, 1967-7058"
Ford, Mustang, 1971-7360"
Ford, Pickup, 1935-194156"
Ford, Pickup, 1942-195258"
Ford, Ranger, 1983-8856"
Ford, Pickup, 1953-1979 F10060"
Mercury, Comet, 1960-6356"
Plymouth, 194956"
Studebaker, 193456"
Studebaker, Pickup, 194958"
Willys Jeepster, 194956"
Willys Pickup & Panel (with top hat frame), 1946-5456"
These are the correct track width kits for the corresponding vehicles.