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Another source you may find useful for all-in-one-kits is Kanter in New Jersey:...
As tos pointed out above, with that much lift you need screw-in studs.
Also, if you don't have the earlier heads, you can't just throw on the early...
Never saw anything of your '69 again.
Another great reconstruction story!
Looking at the photos, I think you are trying to mix incompatible valve train components together. The rocker looks like the rail style with the (I'm...
Yup that's the one.
I tried to go to the website for the Mustang Barn and it went to one of those generic sites when a domain name has expired. Are they still in...
Cool, just placed one on order! :nice:
I would not give the 6 cylinder 7-1/4 rear more than a day's life behind a 351. I've personally blown one with a 170 six cylinder.
The Hi-Po exhaust manifolds are larger and take a different H-Pipe.
This tool just might be the ticket then:[ATTACH]
Okay I see, cut the tool end off with the cutoff tool, then stick it in the drill-press.
Okay thanks, I have an air hammer I use with the chisel set, now to find a rivet attachment for it.
Thanks for the input, but in this particular case, I am looking for a stock restoration.
Is anyone familiar with the proper tool and its source for installing the 5/16" rivets which retain the clutch release bracket from CJ's Pony Parts...
Waiting its turn in the shop.
This is turning out so cool!
As pointed out above, the DSO code is always the hardest to figure out. If you can't find original paperwork or trace the registration history, you...
What all is required to swap out the 7.5" rear for an 8.8" rear out of a 2010 GT that got smacked in the front end?
I would also like to lose the...