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Everything posted by Grabber70Mach

  1. Glad to hear that you're beat it. Take care of your back and don't try to do too much to fast.
  2. Welcome back Coz, kinda funny just within the last couple of weeks I was wondering what ever happened to you. Glad to see you back in the game and back here with us. I may be interested in relieving you of some of those Cleveland parts.
  3. Did you all go to the Carlisle Ford show?
  4. Awesome looking pair of cars, bet they both grin ear to ear when cruising around in them.
  5. Looks awesome congrats on the milestone.
  6. I really think the way Sven did his is basically one of the cleanest installs I've seen. I plan on basically doing the Sam's except at the tank because I'm using an Aeromotive Stealth II tank and both lines go where the original sending unit is. http://1970boss302.blogspot.com/2017/01/fuel-system-install-part-1-rear-soft.html http://1970boss302.blogspot.com/2017/02/fuel-system-install-part-2-hard-lines.html
  7. Nice progress for that amount of time.
  8. Front: Style: Bullitt Finish: Anthracite Size: 17x8 Centercap Size: Large (2-1/2") Back Spacing: 5.72" (145mm) Offset: +30mm (1.18") Bolt Pattern: 5x4.5" (5x114.3mm) Fitment: 94-09 V6, GT, Bullitt, Mach 1, and Cobra.* Tires are 245/45/17 Rear: Style: Bullitt Finish: Anthracite Size: 17x10.5 Centercap Size: Large (2-1/2") Back Spacing: 6.8" (174mm) Offset: +28mm (1.10") Bolt Pattern: 5x4.5" (5x114.3mm) Fitment: 94-04 V6, GT, Bullitt, Mach 1, and 94-98 Cobra* Tires are 315/35/17 Sumotomos I am using the Vintage Venom Cobra brake kit, it uses a 1" hubcentric spacer in the front and a 7/16" in the rear. Clearanced the front corner of the inner wheel well with a big hammer. Also cut the outter tab off the bump stops. Stock width rear end as far as I know.
  9. Thanks for the update, glad to see your still at it.
  10. Nice looking stable you've got. Welcome to my forum and congrats on getting it figured out.
  11. If you switched to drumbrakes then you need to switch the Master cylinder and the proportioning/distribution valve to one for a disc/drum setup. If you used poly bushing on the strut rods id suggest that you get rid of them. There known to break the rods.
  12. Digging the color that came out looking really good.
  13. Chappy do you have any other pictures of the blacked out hood treatment? Thanks.
  14. That's great to hear Casey, hoping for a great New Year's for the both of you. Will continue to keep you in my thoughts and prayers.
  15. Great looking outcome, Thanks for updating us on it.
  16. Longevity will help with the use of cutting oil.
  17. Wow that's basically a total screw up on their part.
  18. Wow Rich sorry to hear about the subpar concrete job. Broncos coming along nicely.
  19. You've brought that car a long ways, it's looking really good. Looking forward to you taking it across the finish line.
  20. With your past endeavors I'm sure this will be a stellar build. Looking forward to following it as you progress.
  21. Best of luck to you both in your future endeavors. Hope you both enjoy your retirement and get to relax some for awhile now.
  22. That's coming along nicely, Thanks for updating us on it.
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