Frame rails

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  1. rsm

    rsm New Member

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    Does anyone know of a company that makes new replacement frame rails? I have a 94 GT and the frame rail under the driver is beat to crap and I need to replace it before I install subframe connectors. I'd settle for one pulled from a parts car. I've tried doing searches but can't seem to come up with anything for the 94-95 GT's. Thanks!
     
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    evilcw311 Moderator Staff Member Staff

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    Replacement frame rails on a unibody?? Never heard or seen anything like that. Show pics of the damage your talking about.


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    chris84svo New Member

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    Call prestige mustang or MPS auto salvage, they have tons of these cars and have helped me out more than once!!


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    When I was into older Mopars I saw plenty of repop unibody frame rails and repair caps. Front frame rails that held the torsion bar, rear frame rails under the trunk, etc. LMR is selling Fox body frame rails. Maybe SN95 is next.
     
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    Unibody cars have stamped steel rails, 2 front 2 rear. A little late at night to take a pic. Mopar has a lot of repop rails. Older and newer Mustangs have framerails made but not the SN95's. This pic is a front frame rail for an early model Mustang.
     

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    Interesting. I’ve seen these for much older cars but never for anything like our sn’s


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    I thought they didn't even make them for the fox bodies but that there are plenty of people rebuilding them with the rust they develop up front.