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Brian Conway

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    9T02R SCJ 4 Speed 9/19/68 San Diego, Ca.
  • Birthday 05/29/1948

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  1. Second that. Rare to see another 69 around here much less two.
  2. Thanks for the post. Refreshing to get an honest assessment on an aftermarket add on that did not meet expectations. Brian
  3. I never score anything. In fact if I can get a correct part at the high market price I am grudgingly satisfied. Brian
  4. Well got one. Paid a guy in Connecticut $185 shipping included. Pricey but the Daytona pinion support and yoke seem to be on the endangered list ? Brian
  5. Or maybe ? https://www.npdlink.com/product/regulator-instrument-voltage/177875?backurl=search%2Fproducts%3Fsearch_terms%3D69%2Binstrument%2Bcluster%2Bregulator%26top_parent%3D200001%26year%3D
  6. As back spacing is an important part of the equation it should be included with the spec's ? Brian
  7. Stock suspension, PDB/Drums rear, Shelby/Arning 1" drop, stock 14x6 wheels w/4" BS, 215/70/14. Brian
  8. Try NPD 9741-9A ? They have changed things around; terrible picture, different color and more $ but looks like it could be the one ? Brian
  9. Thanks Bob,, I know this is an old thread but I think it is a great idea to get the tire/wheel fit specs in one location ? I know we have had many of these tire and wheel fitment discussions but they often don't include all the required info, guys post what they have on the car but haven't had them on the road yet, to me that's useless info or the thread just fizzle's out. This poster asked his question and clearly stated his car current spec's. Easily understood and easily answered. Pictures are a great help. To bad we don't have a spot to have this info readily available for reference or input ? Brian
  10. Not exactly what your looking for... 235/60/15 on 15x7 TT D's w/3.75 BS. Same suspension/brakes as yours. Brian
  11. My vote is for the steering column. Brian
  12. Looking around for a Daytona Pinion yoke. Specific to the C5AW-C Pinion support. 1330 U joint and 4.75" over all length. Brian
  13. Looking around for a pinion yoke. Needs to be 4.75" over all length and fit a 1330 U joint. For a 9" C5AW-C Daytona. Let me know Found a yoke via FE Forum by way of Mass. $175 shipped. Brian
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