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  1. I too used the Mustang Steve kit. It has grease nipples and works great as long as you have a welder.
  2. I’m having trouble finding the 1008 bulbs. What brand did you find them in. Thanks
  3. Super comp headers fit great with tko600 , tfs single plane intake, quick fuel 750 slayer. Can’t speak to road manners as it hasn’t been on the street yet.
  4. http://www.mustangandfords.com/featured-vehicles/1602-unreal-bare-metal-1971-mustang-convertible-is-all-killer-no-filler/ The taillights on the car in the link can be gotten here in Calgary last I checked. acrylicconcepts.net
  5. Not always a lot of sizing info but usually pics and usually accurate. https://www.amkproducts.com/master-kits/ford/?product_id=71Z-63D&masterkits=FordMasterKits&element=Interior
  6. 2 nylon spacers. 1 on the inside against the pedal and one on the outside of the brake light switch next to the cotter pin thingy
  7. It’s a Griffin direct fit. The link is in the above post. Seems to be a very nice piece.
  8. Thanks Tony. Much easier to do now. Didn’t have much of a chance to do anything today so mounted radiator for fun. http://www.griffinrad.com/load_details8.php?PartID=179&id=CU-00087&year=1971&make=&model=mustang&key_id=8-00087
  9. The switch from auto to manual has begun. Modern driveline clutch pedal. Scott Drake bearing assembly.
  10. Thanks. Covering everything in a nice film of oil is not the way I want to begin.
  11. So I measured the mounts and found no real difference, 3 1/2” for both old and new from top to center of bolt. If the snow ever quits here I will move it up to the shop and hopefully get the transmission and headers mounted up is weekend. Will definitely be checking hood clearance before I go much past that.
  12. I reset and tried again today. Went together as it should. It does potentially look higher but I have not done any measurements to verify yes or no. These are the mounts. https://www.summitracing.com/int/parts/ptp-6-503-bl/overview/
  13. Thanks for the reply. I usually only search titles but will have to start digging deeper before asking questions already answered. The car is a 71fb. 351C Will see what I can do today. Considering just grinding off tabs but not positive that will give the desired results
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