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Just about every one of the Mustang II-based front suspension companies offer a bolt-in multi-link rear suspension system, and that includes TCI, Fatman Fabrication, Rod & Custom Motorsports, and Heidts (shown here, again on our project fastback). Utilizing stock mounting points on the classic Mustang's chassis, the axle housing is positioned in the wheel opening and then controlled laterally by either a Panhard bar or other linkage. The Heidts system is a four-link arrangement that uses bolt-in pickup points and a Panhard bar. Some welding is required for the axle housing brackets.