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san408 last won the day on January 23 2023

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  1. It was my Dad's car, and he put the lowering block in to get the car to sit how he wanted. When I went to the 15X10 wheel with the 275/60 drag radial the lowering block had to go. (I like it better this way now) The Mickey Thompson 275/60 is taller than the old Goodyear radial 275/60s. When we first put the new wheels and tires on it was really tight.
  2. I'm running the same tire on the rear, but with a 10" wheel that has a 5.5" backspace. The rear is factory at the moment, but the lip is rolled. I figured I'd just show for comparison purposes. My last set of wheels were 15x8" Centerlines, and I also ran a 275/60/15 tire on them lowered with a 1" block. You can see that the drag radials are also a little taller than the old Goodyears I had on the Centerlines.
  3. I have the front turn signals, and tail lights. They’re fantastic. I know a lot of the people on this board have already given a vote of confidence to these guys, but I can now say you’re all correct. Easy install, everything is exactly like advertised. I’m really happy I put them on my Christmas list. Thanks for the Christmas discount Vintage LED.
  4. Thanks for the replies. I think I've got it figured out and will be getting them ordered.
  5. The tail lights come as a pair, and require two flasher relays correct?
  6. They are 5.5” backspace. Probably could have gone with 6” and used a spacer to get it a little more right on, but I don’t think they make these in 6” backspace.
  7. I just bought 15x10 rear wheels with 275/60 drag radials. The car has a 1" lowering block in the pictures, so that's probably going to have to come out to gain some clearance. Stock 9" rearend and caltracs. (Not installed yet.) The fronts are skinnies.
  8. the one a buddy sourced is a from an '84. I really want to put a new part on. I'm assuming that since the car has disks on the front, it should have to larger reservoir at the back. The one currently on the car has the same size reservoir front and rear.
  9. I have stock type front disc/rear drum manual brakes. I'm not interested in moving to power brakes. What master cylinder should I be looking for? I was looking at one from a Ford Ranger because it had an aluminum body, but it's turned out to be hard to find.
  10. For the one out of the mustang that has one less clutch and steel. The post two above mine doesn't mention anything about the year model truck with the 4.2L that has the more desirable transmission. Thanks though.
  11. What year model? I'm about to start looking to put parts together for this swap from my C4.
  12. Ok, I'll be the little devil guy on your other shoulder whispering, "psst, go lower." LOL Car looks really nice as it sits now though.
  13. That front clip looks very clean. I have a love/hate relationship with my plan to tear mine down like this.
  14. I've always drag raced and it is really hard for me to move away from the big/little tire combo when I buy my next set. With that said, seeing the 17s and 18s on our cars makes it really hard not to go with a set of those... decisions, decisions. ;)
  15. I agree with Barnett. I'd lower it another inch in the back. I'm running a 275/60/15 that is about 27 inches tall. I don't have a picture that is as good a profile as you have, but you can see how the top of the tire tucks on mine.
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