almost every person on this board has installed one..do a search....best money you will ever spend.you only need the lowers...the uppers are just for looks.Installs in about 2 hours...piece of cake.bmHi guys
Has any one used or know any thing about the CPP minikits?I'm thinking about one for a 67 project.
There's still a significant savings with the CPP kit, if you re-use some of your existing stuff. I posted this reply on an earlier thread:when you start pricing out everything, uppers, lowers, rack and pinion, Disc brake kit, drop spindals. all together it is almost the same price as a basic TCI mustang II front clip:yes: The TCI kit is $2482.00
- If you indeed want a pro touring car with 17s or 18s, with bags, the TCI clip has advantages that are hard to ignore. The rails pinch inboard slightly, allowing for a wider front tire, as well as center the wheel better in the opening. Plus, Shockwaves mount easily. Stance and tire/wheel selection definitely lean towards this clip.
- Difference in money I can personally attest to, since I've built a Heidt's-equipped '63 and am currently building a CPP/CBR-equipped '63 wagon. If you do all the work yourself, reuse the stock column, and use the same-for-same formula for components (drop spindles, disc brakes on both options), you'll save $800 to $1000 on the CPP/CBR stuff.
I chose the CPP/CBR route this time for the money savings. However, the added engine compartment space and flexibility in tire selection really are bonuses the stock clip can't easily offer.
You definitely won't be disappointed:no: the quality and customer service is well worth the extra ****:yes::yes:$539 for the churchboys lower arms. I think I am going to go with the churchboys stuff. Looks like a better design and better quality with more adjust ability.