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I already showed you how to fit it with just cutting 2 small slots on the rad. support, no need to butcher anything...:dead:
Do you have any rubbing issues in the rear???? I know you rolled the rear fenders, I'm building the same width rear end 8.8" with ranger 5 lugs and...
Yes you can, try street or track , mustang steve or vintage venom for the adapter brackets...
3G alternator upgrade is a must for this conversion
Id like to see the full parts list if you can on all the new sheetmetal you procured.
Thanks for the inspiration, fastback here I come :-)
Talk about a new lease on life... Ive said it before, you guys do outstanding work thanks for sharing:nice:
:D Trimmed snout, this will give me about 1/2" clearence, currently have 1/8"
I didnt trim my fan dept wise, I spaced out the radiator assy....
Id use antiseize compound and call it a day, no need for pipe thread sealer..
Id zinc plate it, youd be amazed how cheap zinc plating is...
My 64.5 coupe with mach1 wheels and styled steel wheel center caps:
1" spacers in the front , 5/8" in the back
Damm , you do nice work:nice:
And you make it look relatively simple:D
I did duplicolor ceramic engine enamel + clear, and let me say im very pleased with the results...its held great for 4 years now.
Care to elaborate on the floating housing???
Ive been looking high and low for tech on torque arm with leaf springs and couldnt find any...
Thank you so much for sharing....:nice:
You can have them ceramic coated black...
Thanks for the reply, I will wait for your drip rail removal tutorial...:D
Care to elaborate on the proper procedure to remove the drip rails???
My car has a bad case of rust under them, so Id figure Id remove...
Here you go:
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Those are 98 cobra's 17" x 8" with a 5.72" backspacing, same deal as the bullits... a 1" spacer in the front and 5/8" in the back makes them clear...
You nailed it.... I was able to move the radiator about 1/2" forward. If your changing the radiator and modifing the support might as well go...