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mikepasquale1

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About mikepasquale1

  • Birthday 09/09/1986

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    73 Mustang Mach 1

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    Pittsburgh
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  1. I know.someone with am extra cluster with tach. Circuit is there but the lens is cracked on one. Pm if interested and ill get ahold of him for you.
  2. Haha im glad my photos are being used as references to help others. thats why i uploaded them
  3. Theres one in the data section of this site
  4. http://pittsburgh.craigslist.org/pts/3126781230T.html
  5. Which automatic? FMX harness is attached to the shift housing, controlling the backup lights and neutral safety switch. The c6 harness attaches directly to the transmission.
  6. CTRL+ALT+DELETE would be CLUTCH+GAS+OPEN GLOVE BOX
  7. My favorite horror series: Evil Dead late 70s Evil Dead ll (remake of 1). 1980s Army of Darkness (Evil Dead lll). 90's Bruce Campbell has lead role. Long story short, bunch of college kids goto a remote cabin in the woods and find an ancient book (book of the dead) that has the power to possess the living. Check em out.
  8. Seat belts are different between 71-2 and 73. What year do you need? Not sure if the shoulder harnesses are different or not. Correct me if im wrong.
  9. The reason they didnt bleed properly is because the bleeder needs to face upward. If he had the left on the right and right on the left the bleeders would have been facing down ward. Bearings were installed correctly
  10. I compared everything. Everything is matched. Especially the calipers
  11. Yes that hekos alot. I still have my original booster, the one thats matched to the rod. Do you think by taking measurements from the old one with the rod in place i could be able to then match that to the new booster by adjusting that rod? Get the proper length with the old one Adjust the rod to match that measurement for the new one Yes that helps alot. thabk you. I still have my original booster, the one thats matched to the rod. Do you think by taking measurements from the old one with the rod in place i could be able to then match that to the new booster by adjusting that rod? Get the proper length with the old one Adjust the rod to match that measurement for the new one. Im still just thrown on why its ok on highway but not on slower non freeway roads. Higher RPM on highway creating more vaccum maybe and pulling the rod back further?
  12. Ok. So when i replaced that booster, inserted the rod and put the master cylinder in, should i have felt any resistance at all when pushing the master cylinder into place? because i did. And if so how can i adjust and measure. I do not have the manual to follow the procedure
  13. Hmm. Makes sense. I hope thats not it cause im not good with small numbers lol. I do know what your talking about. The brake booster came off of another car and thr master cylinder is new but the rod is from my old booster. Wonder how ford matched those things up with eachother. If the rod is too long, how is it that the brakes work fine after they cool down? If after driving for about 5 to 10 min they start rubbing.
  14. Yes all lines are brand new and clear. Getting excelle.t flow uoon bleeding. This was not a conversion. the car originally had front disc brakes. I am using the original brass proportioning valve. which was recently replaced do to a blockage in the old one. the conversion kit that I was talking about that I bought a long time ago was for a 70 - 73 mustang that was meant for another project which i ultimately used fir this car.
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