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  • allebach1 ·
    Hi, I read in one of the forums about you saying you got longer studs due to backspacing issues. I'm having the same problem with my 67 but I can't find any longer studs that are correct and was wondering where you got yours. Thanks
    Josep ·
    Hello there,

    I am looking for a member close top this location in order to know if you can give me a hand. I have seen this convertible and I could be interested if the car is in good shape and we can have a good deal. I have been asked by my friend Alan (awhtx) to ask close member to assists me in the purchased if its interesting after inspecting the car. So, if you think you can, so if you think you can, I would be very happy to have a report of this car.
    Thanks and look for your news..

    fozz71 ·
    Hey bud, I have a '69 Mustang and it needs wheels and tires. I am looking at 235 55 17s all around and I think you mentioned that they worked on '69s? What do you think- do they actually fit and will I need adapters?

    Jim in Oswego, IL
    1969sag ·
    Hi, leo.
    I think my 289 took about 3 and 1/2 gallons. Harbor Freight usually has it in stock and has 20% off coupons. It runs about $20.00 a gallon. Still worth every penny. You can reuse it also.
    dafunk ·
    Hi there,

    I was reading one of your posts' about Evapo Rust, I just wanted to know how much of it you put in the system? They sell them by the gallon, and since my coolant system capacity is about 8 quarts, I was thinking of buying 2 gallons. Does that sound good?


    1969sag ·
    Go to the main page. Select which forum you want to post on, select new post, or start new thread. Give your post a short title to describe the new thread and type away. Then submit it. Hope this helps.
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