If you look back at one of your earlier posts from several months ago (maybe your long build thread) I showed you a photo told you how to cut a Fox Mustang hose and use the FFR supplied "T" filler to make the connection without having to fuss around with adapters.
Breeze Automotive also recommend these guys. Thank you. I am considering this. I am going to try to come up with something with the other suggestions. If I do not like what I do I will go with these guys.
As more and more people get put in lock down it's nice to have a forum and projects like this to keep daily life going.
My occolating sander wasn't going to cut the small ajustments I needed on the hood. I got a orbital sander and some 80 and 120 grit paper. I only have a little to take off...
In a May 4, 2010 post Jeff Kleiner suggested a minimum of 3/4 inch thread showing beyond the jam nut on front upper control arms. Would this also apply to 2001 vintage FFR control arms which have a 3 3/4 inch sleeve? I am trying to adjust caster after installing power steering and first tried...
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Today was the day! Everything almost went smoothly. My chassis dolly broke. I have it on jacks. I plan on beefing of the dolly and giving it another go. I like the idea of being able to move it.
My engine was not complete but I only have to put on serpentine...
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