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richard
richard
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Last Activity: 22-08-2019, 06:48 AM
Joined: 09-09-2007
Location: uk
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  • richard
    replied to Power Brakes Conversion 64 289
    If you're really parsimonious physically there is no reason that you can't reuse your manual M/C with a firewall servo - they usually have a deeper hole for the pedal rod but that can easily be addressed with a spacer. Whether it may feel a bit over powerful when coupled to a servo would be a matter...
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  • richard
    replied to Rear Shock Nut Torque
    You've squashed them down way too much, use common sense. The torque value can only be appropriate if there is a steel spacer tube between the washers.
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  • richard
    replied to S197 Hood wanted
    It'll be a standard Chinese pressed repro panel which will usually be fine with some fettling. Let's be honest the ally one can't be any worse than Ford's effort and I believe an all steel version is available if you can handle the extra couple of pounds....
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  • The last mustang I had that was a daily was a 65 forty odd years ago when I was around 20 and had reasonable faculties. There were half as many cars about, roads weren't calmed and speed wasn't enforced by camera.

    It was fun for while but anyone who says these cars are the best as a daily...
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  • richard
    replied to Is it ? Can it ?
    That cheap wood effect dash is one of the signature features of early mustang luxury interiors!

    I suspect this is mainly aimed at the premier league footballer/lottery winner type, so the price/provenance will be completely irrelevant.
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