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  1. Hi guys, Got an error message opening ridetech.com ?? maybe because I'm in France! Front Koni are worn out yes, and I decided to replace front and rear. I have stock springs, so I guess KYB should not destroy confort :), I hope so. I got the new shocks, install next week, I let you know
  2. Hi, I will replace my front and read shock absorbers. Actuallly, I have Koni front and rear, rear are not to be changed but front yes. Anyway I'm gonna replace both. I could see KYB Gas-a-just KG5517 and KG4517! doeas someone use or know this ones and can you tell me about? Thanks for reply. Chris
  3. Thank you for your reply. I could find someone who has the right tool to finalize the work. I will post some pics when the rear axle is reassembled.
  4. It is possible that with news clutch plates we go no clearance at all? Definitely not easy to unserstand how this works!
  5. Does someone is able to explain me what means the middle column "remove shims from nominal" on the attached pic?
  6. I have ordered Additif Red Line LSD Limited Slip Differential.
  7. OK, I understand, thanks. If it happens I will not be anxious :-)
  8. no one able to confirm the dimensions on the pic attached?
  9. Hi, Not epoxy primer. I used a first primer to avoid rust after having sanded/blasted carefully all the housings. Special primer coming from a french provider "restom" and then a special coating for the same vendor. For sure, I will add "friction modifier", but we have no Chevy dealer in France :-), unfortunately
  10. Hi, Thank you for this detailed information. I have the enclosed pic I took from my book which describes quite well how we have to reassemble each part. What do you mean with "a few pops"? I think I have a standard pack , not a performance one.
  11. For sure, but we miss the tool, the shim template to measure if the clearance is correct and which shim we have to use!! I could find on Internet this drawing, does someone knows it, is this accurate?
  12. Dear all, I have a 69 mach one, on which I have started a complete differential rebuild some weeks ago. New parts and CURRIE axles have been ordered and shipped, axle and carrier housing repeinted, ready to be reassembled. To finalize the operation around the clutch we need to measure the correct clearence for the shim and here we need a Ford Tool T68P-4946-A I guess as shown in the pic enclosed. But we don't have this tool!!!! Does someone knows if we can work without this tool is there a workaround? Thanks in advance for your help
  13. Hi, I own a very nice mach one for more than 4 years now. This car was sold in 69 with a 4 speed gearbox and is now equipped with an automatic fmx gearbox. I have installed last year a shift kit and a new Hughes torque converter. I'm really satisfied but I would like to go for a manual 5 speed gearbox. I know that this is not an easy task, but before starting everything I will gather as much info as possible. I need your advice to select the best gearbox and some useful hints. Thanks in advance for your replies
  14. Thanks a lot for your answers. I will try to remove the frame bushings and install correctly the end links and then try to fix the frame bushings again. Chris
  15. Hi, I replaced the 2 rubbers and the end links of my standard swaybar (mach one 69). No issue to remove every thing but not so easy to install the new end links. I replaced the old rubbers with polyurethane ones. First of all I fixed the front rubbers and the first end link, not easy to align but it's done. Not the same story for the second one, it was not possible to align correctly the end of the swaybar with the hole in the suspension arm. I could finally fix the second end link and tighten the bolt. But the end link rubbers seems not very well positioned! How can I be sure that the installation is correct? 2/5000
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