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  1. I understand to greese it. Thank You! Should I steelwool the Bearing Retainer, greese it then install the Throwout bearing.
  2. My Toploader has been rebuilt and this will be a first for me installing it. The entire transmission was repainted. I will be installing a new clutch kit. Do I need to sand down the Bearing Retainer and put some greese on it so that the Throwout bearing will slide back and forth easy OR is putting greese on it a NO NO. Thanks as always for your time and help! John
  3. I appreciate the offer but I'm sticking with 15". Thanks
  4. I appreciate the offer but I'm sticking with 15". Thanks
  5. Thank you for the explaination. A member has asked me to check out his SIG Pic, but I don't see anywhere on his public page that links me to any pictures.
  6. Thank you for the explaination. A member has asked me to check out his SIG Pic, but I don't see anywhere on his public page that links me to any pictures.
  7. A few members invited me to visit thier SIG. I assume it's a place where pictures are kept. 1st off, what does SIG mean and how do you visit other members areas of progress pictures. Thanks!
  8. A few members invited me to visit thier SIG. I assume it's a place where pictures are kept. 1st off, what does SIG mean and how do you visit other members areas of progress pictures. Thanks!
  9. I'll be running 275-50-15. Unfortunately, I went to pick up the 3rd member and the ______ sold it!!! Go figure? I'm now in the market for a 9" 3rd member trac-lok 3:25-3:90 ratio. Anyone have one for sale?
  10. I'll be running 275-50-15. Unfortunately, I went to pick up the 3rd member and the ______ sold it!!! Go figure? I'm now in the market for a 9" 3rd member trac-lok 3:25-3:90 ratio. Anyone have one for sale?
  11. If not sold. Please Pm me. Thanks!
  12. If not sold. Please Pm me. Thanks!
  13. SM69Mach: I checked out your page and I really like the work you accomplished, your hard works sure shows well and I really enjoyed the video. Keep up the good work! miketyler: Yes, I did have air shocks back in the day (1980). It must be a nostalgia thing. For some reason I like the rear jacked up a little with FAT tires, just to the outter edge of the wheelwell. Now a days the trend is fat tires stuffed under the wheel well with little lift to suspension, which I don't care too much for.
  14. SM69Mach: I checked out your page and I really like the work you accomplished, your hard works sure shows well and I really enjoyed the video. Keep up the good work! miketyler: Yes, I did have air shocks back in the day (1980). It must be a nostalgia thing. For some reason I like the rear jacked up a little with FAT tires, just to the outter edge of the wheelwell. Now a days the trend is fat tires stuffed under the wheel well with little lift to suspension, which I don't care too much for.
  15. SM69Mach, Now that's what I'm talking about. That looks very sharp! I'd like to see how much backspacing you have by looking straight at the rim, do you have a pic. Does it have that deepdish look.
  16. SM69Mach, Now that's what I'm talking about. That looks very sharp! I'd like to see how much backspacing you have by looking straight at the rim, do you have a pic. Does it have that deepdish look.
  17. Your tires and rims look pretty cool and thank you for the info, but I want at least 11-12" tread width. I want the tire to align with the outter part of the wheel well and if it sticks out a 1/2 to 3/4s of an inch thats OK. I really like the fat tire look. That's what I had on my first Mach 1. I want to duplicate that look. I just don't want it to stick out too much and look stupid. I also like that deep dish look as well. I might have to go with a 10" rim , just looking for that perfect backspacing. Any takers????
  18. Your tires and rims look pretty cool and thank you for the info, but I want at least 11-12" tread width. I want the tire to align with the outter part of the wheel well and if it sticks out a 1/2 to 3/4s of an inch thats OK. I really like the fat tire look. That's what I had on my first Mach 1. I want to duplicate that look. I just don't want it to stick out too much and look stupid. I also like that deep dish look as well. I might have to go with a 10" rim , just looking for that perfect backspacing. Any takers????
  19. OK, this is what I've been able to find. It appears that I had a Mickey Thompson Indy Profile M50-15. The conversion is 295/50/15. The width is 11.61", rim width 8-10", overall dia 26.61", sidewall height 5.80". With this information, what backspacing is needed to fit a deepdish rim, without pushing the tire too much to the outside. Thanks!
  20. OK, this is what I've been able to find. It appears that I had a Mickey Thompson Indy Profile M50-15. The conversion is 295/50/15. The width is 11.61", rim width 8-10", overall dia 26.61", sidewall height 5.80". With this information, what backspacing is needed to fit a deepdish rim, without pushing the tire too much to the outside. Thanks!
  21. Come on!! What do you think my back spacing should be, if I want deep dish rims with a tire wider than a 275 series. I really liked the Mickey Thompsons M or N 50's on 15" rims, but i don't know how wide the rim and tire was. They no longer make that series of tire.
  22. Come on!! What do you think my back spacing should be, if I want deep dish rims with a tire wider than a 275 series. I really liked the Mickey Thompsons M or N 50's on 15" rims, but i don't know how wide the rim and tire was. They no longer make that series of tire.
  23. I have a mildly built 302 with a wide ratio Top Loader. At the moment I 275 tires. What would be a good ratio. I would be using it for street racing and crusing short distance.
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