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  1. Summit Racing was having a sale on QA1 suspension stuff and I have been looking at there coil overs for some time. Well.....the time was now. Regular price was $629.95 and they were on sale for $566.96. I had to bite! They are expected the week of the 25th. Can't wait to see what difference they make in handling and ride
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  2. Saw these two Mach 1’s today, red one is a pro mod.
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  3. Bought a pair of used Koni shocks a while back on Craigslist. They are the 82-1742 SP4's type. I finally sent them out for a rebuild to this place, https://performanceshock.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=1155 They came in today here is a pic. Rio.
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  4. Took a drive down to a cruise in today, wanted to test my a/c out. Cruise in starts later then I remember, have not been there in a few years. So while I had the lot to myself thought I would take some new pictures. A/C works, not ice cold but comfortable. Will look into new condenser in the future. Am VERY happy with how the car is running, Summit 750 carb working great and good gas mileage.
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  5. Thanks I used 235*45*18 in front and 275*40*18 Back
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  6. They come with a slide adjuster to hold the male buckle up so you don't have to search for it. They have the "Oshit" stop as well. They seem to be GREAT to $125.00. I ordered another set for my 67 F100 this morning and if I can figure out a good spot for the back seat I will order another set for that.
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  7. In that case, I would buy a copy of "The Mustang and Cougar Tagbook (1965-1973 models) by Kevin Marti. You can get that from most vendors like NPD or maybe CJ Pony, (or perhaps Amazon.com) Again it may not be perfect either, but will tell you what your door tag codes are. A place to start anyway.
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  8. When using your home inkjet printer, I know the ink will run/bleed if it gets wet. I had moisture get to the paper even after laminating it and ruin the ink. I suggest "fixing" the ink after printing by spraying the paper with a Krylon clear to prevent the ink from bleeding should it get wet and then laminate it. You can buy a spray that is made for fixing the I k, but I found any spray clear works just as well.
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  9. CobraJet351 - As I recall, they just pulled off with a little effort. I did not plan on reusing them, because I picked up a set of replacement chrome knobs from CJ Pony or anther parts house.
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  10. Sounds like good news all the way around. Glad to hear your wife is doing fine. Looks like she might t make full term.Great idea on the filming of you first seeing the car. It will be interesting to see your reaction.
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  11. Awesome. They seem to fit well. Any rubbing so far. Did you ended up fitting the 295/35 and 255/35 tires?
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  12. On my 1970 Mach 1 351 Cleveland project, I went with Vintage Air, they have a control conversion kit that uses a slider that hook ups to their ECU that you then calibrate by sliding the control levers. Also, they make a York mounting bracket to Sanden compressor adapter. I bet you can use it with any Sanden conversion kit. I then made a top bracket to bolt the tensioner bracket and the P/S cooler to the top of the Sanden compressor. Looks similar to the stock setup. I also installed an aftermarket steering box with a GM style Saginaw P/S pump. mine is from CPP but it is very similar to a Borgeson conversion kit. No one makes a moutning bracket for a Cleveland with A/C and either a CPP or Borgeson P/S kit. So again I had to coble something together. I spent a lot of time lining up the stock crank, water pump pulleys with the Sanden and Saginaw pulleys. If anybody is interested in trying it, I'll be happy to share the details.... ork mounting bracket to Sanden compressor adapter. You can buy it on Summit Racing. I believe this is a 351W P/S steering bracket Made the top bracket to be adjustable forward and back. An aftermarket Saginaw bracket. I used two of them on the front and back of the pump Made my own spacers. Putting all together...
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  13. Looks fantastic! What wheel widths did you end up going with?
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  14. Car is looking great!!! And the family news is even better! Keep on, Keeping on!!
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