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SunnDogg last won the day on August 12 2015

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  1. Does anyone have any pictures on how the windlace is supposed to run behind the cap and where the single screw for the cap itself mounts to? I am also about to install the quarter trim windlace and was hoping to find a good picture of how this should terminate at the top. I do not have the originals to go by and it looks like I need to trim the grooved portion at about a 45% angle to slide farther up the channel. Thanks in advance for any help.
  2. Jack, My car is tucked in for the winter, but I will try to see if I can get a good picture with it in reverse to compare to yours.
  3. Was just reading about these tips the other day and stumbled across this. I have no experience with these, but seem to be in line with what you are looking for. States that it works with tweco-style torches. https://www.eastwood.com/mig-spot-weld-kit.html
  4. Jack. The button on the switch pushes up against the reverse shift rod. In my pictures the shifter is in neutral. The bolt that attaches the bracket should already be on your shifter (one in front and one in back) as they are the shift throw limit adjustments. Below is the plug that I am using and there was plenty of length. It does connect at the firewall and I may eventually zip-tie it off to make sure it doesn't come in contact with my exhaust, but seems to be fine. https://www.npdlink.com/product/switch-back-up-light-repro-c9zz-15520-b/150786?backurl=search%2Fproducts%3Fsearch_terms%3Dback-up%26top_parent%3D200001%26year%3D1969&year=1969
  5. Here you go. I originally purchased Hurst's backup switch and tossed it. Didn't want to cut up my wiring harness and their bracket was too flimsy to hold its shape. Let me know if you have any questions.
  6. Jack. I went through this on my 69. I ended up buying the bracket in the link below and used an OE style 69 switch. I needed to use a washer to make it work, but seems to be fine. Will snap a pic for you. http://www.mustangsunlimited.com/Mustang/Ignition-Electrical/Switches/Back-Up-Light/Back-Up-Light-Switch-Bracket-1965-1973-Mustang-with-Hurst-Shifter.axd
  7. Has anyone found a vendor or have a part number for the wiring loom clips that are used (4) on the floor console? Picture of said clip attached. Thanks in advance.
  8. Thanks. I spoke to Stewart at Python who restored my belts and confirmed that what you have is the correct. He suggested heating them up with a hair dryer and they went in without issue and also kept their shape. Cantedvalve - The hard plastic covers you listed I believe are for later years as I see them referenced in the 70 interior manual. The male end is different and a better setup for storing the belts when not in use from what I can see.
  9. I have the outside belts as the male ends. Buckles should pass through the rear seat by the hump, correct? Appreciate the help.
  10. Need help verifying the proper orientation of the outer rear seat belt bolts before I install the interior trim panels. I did not tear down the car and haven't been able to find any decent pictures online. I do have a 70 Interior Assembly Manual and if I'm reading it correctly it looks like they should mount as I have them in the picture. +/- 15 degrees from centerline. Thanks in advance.
  11. Getting ready to install my belts now and trying to figure out the shoulder bolt cover without ruining it. Are you certain this is how your car came from the factory? Before I saw this post I was just planning to use a hair dryer to warm up the plastic cover and try to slide it over the head of the bolt. Almost certain I would ruin the cover it if I tried it your way and of course the 70 interior assembly manual is of no help.
  12. Measuring in between the seat mounting holes on the angle it is approx. 2.5" tall. Not certain on the height of the OE pans as these were replaced when my car was out for body and paint. I've read in other posts that 69/70 risers are lower in general and people have installed these on other years to lower the seats, so that could be what Dynacorn is referring to when they say low-profile. Let me know if I can help with any other measurements.
  13. We installed the low-profile pans that come from Dynacorn. I am still putting the interior together so can't speak to exactly how much of a difference it makes. Can take some measurements of the riser itself if you like as I have not put in my carpet yet. I am also using a seat track extender as I sit around 6'2" and mostly needed the belly room. http://dynacorndepot.com/seat-platform-lh-69-70-low-profile-3647ybwt-mustang-69-70 http://dynacorndepot.com/seat-platform-rh-69-70-low-profile-3647yawt-mustang-69-70 https://www.ebay.com/itm/65-66-67-68-69-70-MUSTANG-COUGAR-SEAT-TRACK-EXTENDERS-EXTENSIONS/332960118819?hash=item4d85f83823:g:1-QAAOxyfVtSL4Uj
  14. http://www.concoursmustang.com/forum/index.php?topic=16476.msg103256#msg103256 http://www.concoursmustang.com/forum/index.php?topic=271.msg87225#msg87225
  15. Still looking for a set of good, restorable panels. Thanks in advance.
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