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About manley

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    It's still in pieces.
  • Birthday 06/08/1976


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  1. That doesn't sound factory to me..... Take the scoop off and show us a pic.
  2. I used the flat end of a can opener with masking tape wrapped around it. I started at the front and pried gently at the bottom side, moving back and forth along the edge until the end finally popped loose. Then I just worked my way back, removing the moulding.
  3. in 2001, I paid $2500 for my pretty rusty but complete 69 Mach 1 351W 4V 4 speed.... http://1969stang.com/forum/index.php?/topic/50244-pieces-the-69-mach-1/
  4. Two people... me and my 18 year old son did it. Piece of cake!
  5. Smack the solenoid with a screwdriver handle and see if it stops. If so, it's sticking. Buy a better quality piece. I have not had any luck with the ones from Autozone and such places.
  6. Can't believe it's been two years, but I've been having other fun in life. It's time to get back to the car now!
  7. I have a set of high backs seats from an 82 that have a very similar shape, but the upholstery style doesn't match your seats. http://www.latemodelrestoration.com/item/LRS-8183HAA/1981-83-Mustang-Hatchback-Black-Vinyl-Seat-Upholstery
  8. Maybe someone who is successfully active on the forum can ask someone there?
  9. The topic of a registry comes up every now and then. There are a few out there, but they seem to have gone inactive. I would love to create one, but I don't have even the most basic knowledge regarding how to make it happen.
  10. Years ago, I shipped parts all over the world via USPS. However, when I ran a quick, rough quote for this part today, it was over $60, if I recall correctly.
  11. Ouch, Australia. I probably have it in the garage but it would be so expensive to ship!
  12. Seems like I remember reading one of the industrial suppliers still carried the original formula after it changed... grainger or mcmaster-carr or someone like that. Nevermind... a little research seems to point to them selling until their stock ran out.... which was years ago.
  13. I agree with barnett468. If I recall correctly from my car audio days many years ago, higher frequencies are easier for our ears to localize. You should have them close to your midrange speakers, ideally.
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