Jordan, all the same principles apply, just without the wheeltubs, you have to setup your geometry, and add some brackets, additional bracing, etc. The easiest way to do it would have to be a ladderbar setup, while the 4 link would give you the most adjustability. It wouldn't be too hard for a chassis builder, but it's probably not something a shadetree mechanic would want to attempt. I've seen cars that were backhalved by owner with the Jegs kit, and unless you get everything setup correctly, it can be a real bear to drive. One guy that works at the shop with me did his own, and didn't get it perfect, took it to the track, and his first launch on about 600HP lifted the front wheels about a foot off the ground, and the car did a 90 degree turn into the wall. BTW: the guy who's doing my other car said he would backhalf the Cougar also, and said for him just to cut the 9", install the cage and rear subframe, and build the 4 link bars would cost me about $2500. That's not including any hard parts, that's all labor and the tubing for the cage and rear frame. I'm in about $6K right now in my other car in just chassis work, and it's not what I would call close yet.