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jmlay last won the day on August 12

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About jmlay

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  1. When was the last time the fluid was changed? Have the brakes been bled recently? Cheap & easy to do.
  2. There several calculators available or you could. Real out the old Casio. :-) Be mindful of the tq converter as well as where your engine makes it’s tq. Remember tire diameter plays a part as well.: https://spicerparts.com/calculators/transmission-ratio-rpm-calculator
  3. They follow thr contour of the tail light panel. 69 is curved and 70 is flat.
  4. I would put it in gear. This will allow you to turn the input shaft if needed rather than trying to twist the trans to get the input shaft to seat.
  5. I have no idea what they are worth but you might list them here: http://www.concoursmustang.com/forum/index.php
  6. AMK sells what you need. They have a minimum order but you should be able to order from one of the many vendors that sell AMK products avoiding the minimum order, NPD is one vendor. Perhaps available elsewhere but a quick search did not turn up any other options. https://www.amkproducts.com/search-result/?ser=B-13155
  7. Read the complete thread. ASSUMING this we are talking about a non-foldown there is some good info and a couple of good def links...
  8. Def some funky bodywork on the rear 1/4s. Hook a tape measure at the rear of the door opening and measure to the front of the wheel opening. Mine is 11 5/8” with a front to back wheel opening of ~31 3/4”.
  9. My guess would be air in the lines. Did you bleed them when the pump was replaced? What are you using for power steering fluid, type F trans fluid I hope...
  10. Did you fill the converter when you installed it or is it dry?
  11. As long as the hinges are in good shape & lubricated this should never be an issue. Problem is after all of these years these cars are not maintained to last 50+ years.
  12. Yes. However I would take a shop vac and suck out as much water out of the heater core before capping.
  13. I believe it is an injected plastic to hold the aluminum blocks.
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