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  1. Hey guys, just a quick note to thank Ohio Mustang Supply for continuing to help support the forums by advertising with us! Don and Erin have been with us since day 1 and it would be hard to name anyone more knowledgeable about parts for our cars! Please be sure to check out Ohio Mustang Supply when you need parts and pass their name along when you see others asking for Mustang parts! Please, give all of our sponsors a shot before you shop elsewhere! Thank you! https://ohiomustang.com/
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  2. Roger that! Tucker and Hannity are my favorites!
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  3. I would think, no difference when the engine is running. When the engine is off, you're venting straight to atmosphere. In the original PCV system, vapors coming up the passenger-side valve cover go through a somewhat small breather tube into the air cleaner housing. The breather tube's size limits flow (that's the plan at least), but there's also a breather filter that helps collect some of the vapor (that breather filter gets oily, right?). Those vapors collect as liquid and are discarded when you change the filter, or they get sucked back through PCV or drawn into the top of the c
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  4. Yup, there goes Dave again.....smoking some funny stuff and trying to convince all of us that CS was a loser. Sell it somewhere else, will ya?? If you didn't read the topic, it says what is your dream car, not who is the biggest loser.
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  5. Hello everyone.More to report,so far I have 14 hours in these things,start to finish.They are new Moog control arms.Stripped and rebuilt.They are boxed,welded in monoball housings and heim jointed swaybar end linked.Just have to now fit the monoball in the housing install the ball joint and paint.I am in search of old moog adjustable ball joint kits,for now the stockers are fine.I might even adapt a Howe adjustable ball joint in when the time comes.
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  6. I doubt that you need anything. If the car starts the condenser is good. If the points are not burnt good. That is what made the old system so good only a couple of failure points. My 73 still has stock system.
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  7. You can get a Crane advance kit from Summit: https://www.summitracing.com/parts/crn-99607-1 The gasket is available from most auto parts stores https://www.autozone.com/ignition-tune-up-and-routine-maintenance/distributor-mounting-gasket/fel-pro-distributor-mounting-gasket-13069/67676_945729_11542
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  8. Good looking car! I'm following your other post on distributor rebuild kits as I'm interested in that option too.
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