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  • Birthday 07/24/1976

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  1. I used the TMI one piece vinyl headliner and havent had any issues with it. Plenty of headspace and very easy to install, did it by myself with some clips and through open doors windows down. They dont come insulated but you can put it underneath, best bet is dynamat or something similar. I got I for the same reason, cheaper cost and free shipping over the MTF part. You'll have some haters chime in, but everyone has their opinion hahaha.
  2. Which one, I have 2 different ones listed? Shoot me a PM, I'm open to all offers shipped!
  3. I have a bunch of parts that were sitting around in my garage. I need them to go to a good home, so i f you see something you need here please shoot me a reasonable offer and lets see if we can work something out! I'm not trying to get rich but I'm not trying to give the parts away either haha. These are all FOMOCO, with the exception of the black 69 pedal bracket with roller bearings, that is a repop. Condition overall is original and used but the parts do move freely and in fairly good conditon generally speaking.
  4. I'm looking for a 351W Distributor, I put a roller block together and now I got to get the distributor part figured out. If anyone has a points dizzy that's laying around let me know! I'm hoping I can swap out a factory steel gear from a roller motor onto it and get this up and running. Also, I have a like new Pertronix Flame thrower ignitor 2 for a 289/302 I could trade for something equal if anyone is interested! Thanks!
  5. I ran poly on mine, super easy to install and the ride feels great! The kit comes with the grease to run as well so nothing extra to buy.
  6. Factory housing in fantastic shape with highly visible part numbers. Asking 25 shipped to the lower 48.
  7. I have 2 brackets for sale. The unpainted bracket is from a 70 mustang, it's been bead blasted and that's it. Does not have clutch pedal bushings in it, great candidate for roller bearings. The 69 bracket is a reproduction with roller bearings installed. There was a little grinding on the bracket and can be seen in the pic, it was never installed in the car though. The washers werent put in behind the spring locks, one is missing but you could easily pick one up at the hardware store. Asking 60 shipped for the 70 bracket and 100 for the 69 bracket.
  8. I bought these to use on my 69 but ended up sticking with the stock setup for now. These use the larger bearings and are also used by many for the big brake upgrades out there, but I'm pretty sure if youre looking at these you already know that. I'm asking 280 shipped to the lower 48 states, please feel free to ask any questions. I've media blasted them and thats it, they will need to be painted and I would replace the bearings since the ones in the hubs are condition unknown. Thanks!
  9. Thanks Bigmal! Everything is original except the horn, that was a reproduction.
  10. I did mine myself, it was a pain but worth it!
  11. Just an update, Quick Performance returned my call and confirmed that the guides are not needed on aftermarket units due to tighter tolerances.
  12. Man, I've tried that too! I"ve called Yukon twice and left 2 voice messages, no return call and i've emailed them with no response yet. Thats why I was hoping there was someone here who has cracked open an aftermarket Trac loc. Tons of info on ford parts but not much on aftermarket stuff out there.
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