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mark69sportsroof

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    Centennial CO

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  1. Thanks I will keep you updated. So far so good. The Grant steering wheel fits fine and is otherwise good. Mark
  2. Martiy, thanks for the help. I will add some dialectic. Mark
  3. No the steering wheel does not lock. It appears it was install correctly from what little instructions there are. I had my mechanic look at it and he couldn't determined what caused it. So he filed down the two pins just short of making contact with the round copper plate. So far so good. Thanks for the input. Mark
  4. Thanks everyone. I will try to find out why it's rubbing. I need to find the instructions and review them. Mark
  5. Thanks everyone. I took the steering wheel off today. The white turn signal switch has some fine shavings inside the steering column housing. The back of the steering wheel has a copper plate. It appears the 2 have been rubbing. Is that normal? Do I take the switch off and rap behind it? Thanks Mark
  6. Hi Everyone, the horn has started to recently started to go on and off while driving it on my 69. I have the Grant steering wheel with no other problems. Seems like I read before about putting tape over some screws underneath the steering wheel. Does anyone have a picture of how to do it? Thanks Mark
  7. Thanks for all the advice. Does anyone know what the 2 unattached are used for? I definitely want to enhance my sound and not diminish it. Could I run a set of wires just from one speaker to the new dash speaker? I just remembered I have the Painless wiring not the factory wiring. Not sure if that would make a difference? Does anyone the size of speaker that would have been original? Thanks Mark
  8. Hi Everyone, I'm trying to add a dash speaker to the 69. The car originally came with an Am radio and dash speaker. During the restoration I upgraded the interior to the deluxe version with the speakers in the doors. I had an original Ford AM/FM radio refurbished. It all works good but now I would like to add the dash speaker. So now I have several questions. The wiring on the back show 4 wires that I can see. An orange with green stripes and red with green stripe. Both are attached somewhere I can't see. The other two wires are yellow with green stripe and pink with the blue stripe and both are unattached. The red wires might also by pinkish. Kind of hard tell from a photo. What would have been the standard size dash speaker size? Underneath the dash it has a metal radio mounting bracket. Is there a pre made harness to connect the radio to the speakers or do I just slice unto the door speaker wire? Thanks for your time and assistance. Mark
  9. Thanks Barnett 468. I had no idea what it meant. Your explanation is easy to follow. I will follow up with my engine builder and see why he used that one. Thanks Mark
  10. Punisher, sorry he sold them last night. Mark
  11. Let me know if you still need some of the items. My friend has 2 boxes of misc parts on the Denver Craigslist. He said by next week he will just throw it all away. Mark
  12. Hey Barnett468, could you explain to me what the "Duration Int/Exh" means and the difference from my 316 to the 231/239 you suggested. Thanks Mark
  13. Thank you Barnett468 once again for the additional information. So if I understand everything correctly the best option would be change the cam. Second would be changing the rear end gears. Thanks to all. Mark
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