IFS kits for Fords are natural conversions for the Ford frames. We retain
all the factory dimensions and locations, so you get all the benefit of
Ford engineering in your front end. There’s absolutely no reason
to widen or otherwise modify the Ford design or use long tie rod ends!
kits fit the frames easily and yield a 3”-4” suspension drop.
Included in most kits are all the special, hard-to-make brackets and mounts
you will need to complete the installation, plus Heidt’s own illustrated
make a Mustang II conversion kit for the Model A or ‘32 Ford. See
our Superide IFS kits for these cars. These cars, because of their direct
mounting low fenders, require modifying the Ford IFS design by relocating
the upper control arm inner pivot to clear the fender, causing a very
noticeable amount of bumpsteer!
models shown here also have frames and fenders which lend themselves nicely
to Mustang front end conversion, without changing the critical geometry.
Chevy IFS kits also come complete with the hard-to-make special brackets,
such as radiator perch on certain models, to quickly and easily complete
the installation. And naturally, like our Ford kits, Chevy kits do not
bumpsteer at all.
IFS KITS RETAIN ALL THE ORIGINAL SUSPENSION FEATURES!
• Longer tie rod ends aren’t used – ever!
• Mounting points of all control arms match the original Ford design.
• Factory anti-dive built in.
Some vehicle may require a rack extension. See the Vehicle
Fit Guide for more information.