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About mustang7173

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  • Birthday 11/16/1959

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    1971 Sports Roof Fastback (early model)
    1973 Coupe -Under rebuild/restore

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    Wake Forest, NC
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  1. Jomar1957, I had suspected that you were asking for. If Don cannot help, then look at the Ford F Series from the early 70’s and to maybe early 80’s. The tilt mechanism was the same. The universal joint is the same. The Lower shaft will be different in length. You may get one cheap and use the parts. They are not making this stuff anymore. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  2. Are you looking for the universal joint inside the tilt housing? That is one reason I posted that video! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. https://www.mpbrakes.com/rear-brake-conversion-kit/1973-ford-mustang-legend-series.asp?catid=9017D315D38A4E4CAE68621E7D3759A2 Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  4. Rocketfoot, Good work! Thanks! I was trying to get the new updated site back on Tap-a-Talk. Any news or updates on when that will be available again to allow to follow?
  5. All, Several mechanics tell me the key is to let the transmission seal, "Vulcanize" . I have heard to let it sit over night. I had Ford change my F-150 Transmission fluid with the mechanic stating there were be a 2 to 3 hour vulcanization process to let seal. NO Leaks
  6. Got mine completely restored for $135.00 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I also had the quick steer ratio installed and it is a bit touchy. As Hemikiller stated, " The quick ratio definitely takes time to get used to! "
  8. All, I have an update- I received a quote to have my current center console shifter cover vacuum plated by Vacuum Orna Metal - 11380 Harrison Rd. Romulus, MI 48174 $109.00
  9. I agree with donkost, I can see a fresh up rebuild with hydraulic roller cam system, and roller rockers. I do know that the 1970 Cyclone 429's had 375 hp. from the factory. Maybe you can look at the compression and other specs to mimic that 429.
  10. All, Has anybody purchased the reproduction Center Console snifter cover? There are times where reproduction is cheaper that re-chroming original. https://www.cjponyparts.com/black-console-plate-assy-1971-1973/p/CONP17B/
  11. So this how you respond to information that could help others who may not know! Disappointed in your response! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. All, Measuring Ride Height - Don't Use A Jack Stand - One Minute Monday by EATON Detroit Spring video from Eaton Detroit Springs Other Eaton Detroit Springs videos.
  13. Recommend these books https://www.cjponyparts.com/interior-assembly-manual-1971-1972/p/BKAM37/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIztb62b-m5QIVkJ6fCh0MjAW4EAQYBCABEgIJ8PD_BwE
  14. Look at Master Power Brakes https://www.mpbrakes.com/front-brake-conversion-kit/1971-ford-mustang-legend-series-front.asp?catid=2EA5AE87269D4D97827E85270E0B57D3 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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