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Canted 393

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  1. I used general spring for my 65 F100 and was pleased with the quality.
  2. Here is the top of the line mechanical fuel pump, I am running 2 of them in different 351C cars. https://www.robbmcperformance.com/products/ford550.html
  3. Thanks for the reply. This is a great kit similar to TCP but this is what I’m trying to avoid. Not being able to go to a parts store or dealership for replacement parts. These cars are old enough that your napa or ford dealership wont carry suspension parts or if they do there are the cheap junk. Unless your in an accident most aftermarket control arms will live as long as the car, heck my cougar had 1 side that was all original suspension parts.
  4. Here is a thought go with street or track upper and lower control arms kit then you still can use any shock and coil spring set up. If you go with stock arms at least get roller spring perches and adjustable strut arms to help prevent binding. http://www.streetortrack.com/Street-or-Track-Tubular-Front-End-System-pr-24480.html Here is a stock kit , on my 70 cougar I just ordered the control arms and semi roller perches. https://secure.cougarpartscatalog.com/suspkit-71ps.html?attribs=86
  5. Ya I fell asleep before I got that far down their sales pitch.
  6. This seems cheap if its a true 429 car. https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/dealer/ford/mustang/2197470.html
  7. Yes its 13 inch, here is some more https://www.cjponyparts.com/mustang-air-cleaners-filters/c/60060020/
  8. They look kinda cool, there not junk, besides not sealing how do you screw up valve covers.
  9. It will fit, but a factory air cleaner will not. Here is mine with the msd ready to run dizzy.
  10. Here is another option https://secure.cougarpartscatalog.com/store/Search.aspx?SearchTerms=D3Z%20steering%20box
  11. Here is 1, pretty good quality but not cheap. https://www.summitracing.com/search/part-type/timing-covers/make/ford/engine-size/5-8l-351/engine-family/ford-cleveland?SortBy=Default&
  12. No that's not an original fan blade looks like a flex a lite or derale.
  13. Just a heads up amazon has Vr1 10w 30 on sale for 12.11 a 6 pak rite now its 38 bucks at summit for 6 qts.
  14. X2 on remflex gaskets, just a thought on carb studs I like these there stainless and have an allen head in case of removal later. https://www.summitracing.com/parts/ctr-85-500/overview/
  15. Holy crap is that stuff stolen or is it the wrong picture. Somebody besides me try it out.
  16. Yes the orginal is pressed in , I just used a wooden hammer handle and taped it in , its snug but not super tight.
  17. Tims t stat will work with the orginal bypass, if it was mine I would replace the factory plate and put tims into replace it, its a better heavyduty piece. I did this early last spring on a 351C in a 70 cougar.
  18. https://www.cjponyparts.com/rear-window-louver-aluminum-fastback-1971-1973/p/RL5/ Here is what I have on mine, been happy with it.
  19. http://www.kickdownrods.com/shop/1970-73-c6-kickdown-lever Very high quality products.
  20. Here is the one I got for mine, I was really happy with it. This is just another option out there for you. https://www.cjponyparts.com/scott-drake-rear-spoiler-assembly-1971-1973/p/RS5/
  21. But i did put the prop valve on the fender well and hooked up right to the mastercylinder.
  22. Just used some gentle persuasion of the replacement stainess steel lines.
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