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On 6/11/2019 at 3:58 PM, Grabber70Mach said:

Looking good,  knock off a little at a time and you'll get there before you know it.

You got it right. I just work on weekends when I am not racing.  Laid  under the car for the first time since surgery on the rotator cuff good therapy. 

 

On 6/11/2019 at 4:56 PM, mustangstofear said:

You will need to  notch  the back of the cradle for the  oil pan to clear. 

 I had saw that some where,  when we drop the engine in I will look for it.  thanks

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On 6/17/2019 at 3:49 AM, mustangstofear said:

We make a really nice  tranny  brace that will  save you a lot of time .

Can you post a picture? 

I had a good Sunday with my son he helped me with  third member install. I need to paint the Steve Mustang kit parts . My progress

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On 7/24/2019 at 3:42 AM, mustangstofear said:

Like I said,  it will fit any tranny.  What's  nice about it is you move it  anywhere you want  xown the rails  and drill new holes.  We  always  remove the  factory  tunnel  brace.

What is the lead time ? 

 

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On Monday, July 22, 2019 at 10:09 AM, RandyatBBY said:

Can you post a picture? 

I had a good Sunday with my son he helped me with  third member install. I need to paint the Steve Mustang kit parts . My progress

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What does the bracket look like that mounts the calipers ? I just picked up the disks and the calipers but the mounting bracket is gone

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On 7/26/2019 at 8:10 PM, Ridge Runner said:

What does the bracket look like that mounts the calipers ? I just picked up the disks and the calipers but the mounting bracket is gone

I have it at the boat shop  and I am home.  Here is a link to the place that I bought it from, there is a good picture there. https://www.mustangsteve.com/cobrabrakeshtml/

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It is coming along little part at a time. I got the rotors and calipers on and set up right.  The break lines and master with new clutch,  break pedals and steering column to be installed next.  Soon to have a roller

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On 10/28/2019 at 3:53 PM, Grabber70Mach said:

Looks good glad to see your still plugging away on it.

Thanks a little more progress Got a new clutch mounted and turned the flywheel. I need to move the car to the front of the shop and set up my boat shop in the back. So the mustang is59770923367__BF018DC2-5A89-42F1-95B3-CE5D3A93283E.thumb.JPG.38f5cfb4ba9c9c1cff4cf850bb1a1432.JPG59772665128__FA40646E-292E-4C2C-BC4E-AE5147B48332.thumb.JPG.f8c74468b172063b5e96593d2f6ce466.JPG becoming a roller. no steering or brakes  working yet. 

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