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The parts are from canadian mustang the directions are lost. the are bolt on frame connectors for a 68 mustang coupe. can you help

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I went on line and searched makers of theses I found COMPETITION ENGINIEERING on their site are instructions that complete for bolt in sub frame connectors for a 68 mustang. NOT JUST DRY FIT AND WELD IN !! They also have what could be uused as a guide for many other installs of parts to include the safety aspect of the job.

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