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    • Don C
      Don C replied to the thread Need Block Mounting Brackets.
      Have you thought about a 6R80 transmission? A lot stronger than an AOD and adapters are now available. That's what I'm leaning towards...
    • Don C
      Many years ago I had a '64 F100 that I swapped a '72 390 and C6 into (the 292 Y block and T98 went into a '55 Willys 4x4 wagon). When it...
    • Don C
      Don C replied to the thread New leafs.
      Before you spend too much time wishing for a 3" exhaust you might want to look at this Engine Masters episode where they compared 2-1/2"...
    • Don C
      Don C replied to the thread Sketchy-Ass Stuff....
      Get it up as high as you can, that way it'll have more momentum when it hits you. Then it won't maim you and put you in a wheelchair the...
    • Don C
      Don C replied to the thread oil pan gasket.
      This subject was just covered a couple of weeks ago. Just about anything you need to know has already been covered by the forum numerous...
    • Don C
      Don C replied to the thread Top loader synchro replacement.
      I agree with Hemi, do a complete rebuild. Worn bearings can cause the same symptoms as worn synchro rings. Plus, it just makes good...
    • Don C
      Don C replied to the thread Loctite on curb idle screw.
      If stretching the spring doesn't work, use either blue or green Loctite, they will be easy enough to break the bond when you need to...
    • Don C
      Don C replied to the thread Wheel Pro's needed.
      I believe that because use conical lug nuts is another indication they are lug centric. You might try scrolling down to the...
    • Don C
      Everything I have shows the '70 and '71 4V heads with the same volume, 62.8cc. However, I have always questioned this, because the same...
    • Don C
      The other day a post referenced an older thread that had questions about the physical sizes of Ford engines. Here is a chart that I got...
      • ford-coyote-engine-swap-guide+how-the-coyote-measures-up-graph.jpg
    • Don C
      Also, here are the cam profiles for the 351C engines. These were compiled from various resources, so accuracy is not guaranteed
      • 351C Cam Profiles.jpg
    • Don C
      The torque ratings are also net, for 1972 and up, gross in 1971. The M code makes 25 more ft-lbs of torque and 5 more horsepower than...
      • 71-73 Mustang Engine Performance-V4.jpg
    • Don C
      Don C replied to the thread Windage tray.
      Thank you for posting that, Tony. My oil pan has a scraper in the bottom of the oil pan that runs about a third of the length of it, so...
    • Don C
      Because your differential housing is likely the small bearing version (axle bearings) you're pretty much limited to 31 spline...
    • Don C
      I would go direct to the spring experts, Eaton Detroit Springs website. They will have what you need...
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