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unilec last won the day on November 2 2017

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  1. 1970 Convertible Restoration

    Not sure if you have thought about this and you probably have, but when you bleed the system its a good idea to replace the brake warning switch with a locking pin to prevent the piston in the distribution block from moving and blocking fluid flow. Something like this one. https://westernchassisinc.com/Proportioning-Valve-Bleed-Tool/
  2. 70' Mach 1 351c

    Good too know you have it sorted and hopefully the wires your looking into are original and you can use the color codes to find their source. I think the blue red wire goes to the radio as well and other lights in the dash area.
  3. 70' Mach 1 351c

    Wire 19 is the supply wire from the headlight switch to the fuse panel, which then feed the dash lights and other circuits using wires #19A,B,C,D,E. As far as I know they are all blue with a red stripe. Do you have 12+v at the fuse when you headlight switch is on?
  4. Ash's 69 R-code

    Good to get the thumbs up from the engineer, are you putting a truck bed on the back or not?I have been following another truck build on the autobody 101 site, just love these old truck builds. https://www.autobody101.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=22588
  5. power brake booster recommendation

    Not without core that can be rebuilt, or you have to pay an additional $250.
  6. I see Aldi here in Perth are selling 3D printers $499, soon every home workshop will have one. http://au-catalogues.com/aldi-catalogue-1647-727-3
  7. power brake booster recommendation

    You really need to go for a dual diaphragm brake booster, not sure if they have them in 7". I have been looking long and hard here in Aussie for a midland booster for my 69, mainly because I can get a rebuild kit for the midland, but they are like hens teeth, so I may have to go with one from this guy. https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/1967-1970-mustang-8-5-inch-dual-diaphragm-brake-booster-and-power-brake-pedal/352161754471?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649
  8. Fuel Neck Filler Mods?

    No idea, first time I have come across this.
  9. Fuel Neck Filler Mods?

    Hi Doug, yeah I would be looking for two filler necks, but not crimped, just as they come from supplier.
  10. Hi Neil.  

    Were are you located in Perth. Im in Jandakot south of the river. Im keen to do the fuel filler mod. 

    1. unilec


      Hi mate,

      Yeah I would also like too do the mod, I'm up in the Midland area, but if we can combine postage that would be ok with me.I'm looking for two at this stage though, one for the 65 and one for the 69.

      Cheers Neil.

    2. Shep69


      I thought the 65 fillers were smaller in diameter? 

      Im only chasing 1 . Will be interesting to see what it costs for shipping. I’m  surprised that they haven’t made a mod that can just screw in to the existing fuel filler.

    3. unilec


      Got me thinking now, I will have to measure my 65 tomorrow. More than happy to combine postage, I'm sure with the cost of postage from the states it will save both of us a bit of coin. I'll go for two anyway, just in case I stuff one up.



  11. Fuel Neck Filler Mods?

    FWI, I have just received an email from filler neck supply and they do not post outside the USA, so back to square one. Im sorry Neil; our liability insurance will not allow us to do business overseas. Sales: Dustin Squires Filler Neck Supply Co. 10020 E Montgomery Ave Bldg #2 Spokane Valley Wa 99206 www.fillernecksupply.com Phone 888-239-8833
  12. Fuel Neck Filler Mods?

    I am after two at this stage, so I have sent them an email to see if they will post to Australia. I see they have Paypal, which would suit me better.
  13. Fuel Neck Filler Mods?

    Good to know their back in stock, let us know how good the fitment is. I will have to send them an email to see if they post to Aussie.
  14. Ash's 69 R-code

    Wow, those calipers look huge and yet the disc clamping area looks so small. Making good progress by the way.
  15. 1970 Convertible Restoration

    Coming along very well. With the conduit, its always a good idea to run in a draw wire, just in case in the future you need to add wiring and if you need to then add another draw wires as well.