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  1. Ok thank you. The azzhat that was working on it gave me my car back in pieces. Nothing labeled or separated. I’m just trying to make sure I have everything before I send it to paint. The bracket was in the trunk with the valance
  2. Can you guys tell me what part number 40427 is? The silver bracket in the picture was with the valance parts but it doesn’t look the same. I’m trying to locate the original part to purchase. TIA…Rich
  3. That’s what my low pressure hose came with. A barb fitting with a hose clamp
  4. I ordered this one from Amazon and it worked. My rack and pinion came with the hoses so this is all I needed. Evil energy 6AN male to 5/8 x 18 inverted thread flare
  5. the chrome is good on my reverse light assembly but the bulb sockets are rusted really bad. do they make a bulb assembly by itself or do I have to buy the whole thing? Also my car didn't come with a dome light. I would like to add one so is there a factory bracket that may be under the headliner to attach the light to? I couldn't feel one under the headliner. TIA....Rich
  6. I may have a brand new pump if you're interested....Rich
  7. So I'm almost done with my rewire and I'm wondering what to do next. The under carriage is done, re-wire is almost complete (with dakota digtial gauges) and no interior. I have all the pieces but I'm waiting to install until its painted. The last guy that worked on the car used under coating spray on the engine bay (without my approval) so I need to remove that and repaint. Should I order a crate engine and repaint the engine bay (chassis black) first or do all the body work and paint the car first? I'm worried about scratching the car so that's why I'm leaning toward repainting the engine bay then installing the engine first. Just wondering what experiences and opinions you guys have. Also, if anyone knows of a good engine builder in Colorado please let me know. TIA......Rich
  8. Here are some pics. I don't have the top radiator hold down bolted to the radiator support and there is about 3/4" before it even touches it. You can see that the mounting area for the shroud touches the radiator fins already. That is where I'm thinking about cutting it. I could then move the radiator in quite a bit.
  9. talked to CVF and they said that pump/pulley combo is only available for the V belt system. I got a hold of MTF and they mentioned they've had this issue before. The shroud mounting tabs also interfere with the radiator and them rub on the fins. Their solution was to cut off the mounting tabs and some of the radiator support to add extra clearance. I'm going to cut the metal back to where it is rounded and that should give me enough room. This is a 6 cylinder sportsroof that is being heavily modified so I'm okay with that. thanks everyone for the help. posted my solution in case anyone else runs into this..........Rich
  10. its the power steering pulley that its close too (drivers side). I looked at sliding the radiator over but its still pretty close. I'm waiting to hear back from them
  11. okay, so I bought the CVF serpentine pulley system and the mustangs to fear radiator with electric fans. I didn't have the pulley system installed before the fan came in so I didn't have time to measure. Well the measurement from the pulleys to the radiator support (fan shroud mounting location) is 6 1/2" and the fans/radiator depth is 6 3/8". I'm wondering if I can fix this with motor mounts or if anyone else has a radiator/fan setup that will work? Any suggestions or ideas are greatly appreciated...........I know...... I should have measured before I bought both items....TIA...Rich
  12. Hey Vic. Check these out before you put holes in the console. They are expensive but pretty cool. Billet Aluminum Slide Out Beverage Holders | Santanainteriors.com
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