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  1. Item #3 newly listed here, no it is not mine: https://www.428cobrajet.org/forum/index.php?topic=27793.msg187361#new
  2. I will take it. Send me a PM on how you would like payment. Mike
  3. Drum brake spindles have a 4 Bolt flange for mounting the backing plate. Disk brake have a 3 bolt flange for mounting the backing plates. I beleive 70 have a larger spinal that takes a larger bearing as well. Then there are granda spendals that I have knowledge.
  4. Are the engine and trans mouts in good condition, remain bonded and not collapsed?
  5. Had a direct fit discussion on here recently & I linked a discussion I was involved in on another forum: https://www.428cobrajet.org/forum/index.php?topic=27613.0
  6. Make sure to mark the caps for location and orientation.
  7. jmlay

    1982 Mustangs

    That was my high school care, 1982 GT. Wish I still had it.
  8. If you r not looking to go to MCA shows or the like just swing on over to your home store, or your scrap pile, & pick out a piece of sheet metal that is the same thickness & bend your self a pair.
  9. I would venture to guess they are the same crossmember. You might take some measurements from yours and call the vendor and ask them to measure one from their stock. You could simply make some shims from plate steel to insert between the mount and the trans.
  10. I have no experiance but have seen their name surface several times in the past,http://www.hydratechbraking.com/Ford_67-70_Mustang.html
  11. Great place for FE questions: http://fepower.net/simplemachinesforum/
  12. I purchased TQ boxes Dallas Mustang about 6-7 years ago. They do have the "tunnel" for the e-brake cable. I believe these were Scott Drake but I'm not positive. While I can not confirm these are the same brand there is a good picture of the "tunnel".: https://www.drakeautomotivegroup.com/69-70-lh-cp-fb-torque-box-m114blh https://www.cjponyparts.com/cj-classics-torque-box-in-weld-thru-primer-two-piece-driver-side-mustang-coupe-fastback-1969-1970/p/3655AWT/
  13. My preference woul be to run a PCV. If one is concerned with oil in the intake an oil catch can may be placed inline.
  14. The lower to pictures are 1970 Mustang. Throttle cable square hole is the giveaway.
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