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  1. Hydraulic Throwout Bearing, Any Experience?

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    What do you have, throwout bearings?
  2. Hydraulic Throwout Bearing, Any Experience?

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    Very good to know. Thanks for the tip!
  3. Hydraulic Throwout Bearing, Any Experience?

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    I'll be using a Motorsport pressure plate that I already have. Just going with a 26 spline dual friction disc.
  4. Hydraulic Throwout Bearing, Any Experience?

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    Just had a chat with the folks at Modern Driveline and it looks like this will all work out fine. He confirmed a couple of things for me and also told me about some measurements I need to take to make sure I have what I already know I do. They were incredibly helpful and I will have no problem...
  5. Hydraulic Throwout Bearing, Any Experience?

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    Excellent. Thanks. My plan is to use a Centerforce dual friction disc on the Motorsport pressure plate that I already have. This throwout bearing will solve any linkage issues and, most likely, any clearence issues I may run into.
  6. Tremec 3550 Or 4R70w In A '67?

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    It's longer than a stock Fox clutch fork. That way it can overcome the mechanical disadvantage the blowshield creates because it locates the cable thru-hole a bit further outboard towards the drivers side. When setup correctly, it makes for very light, tippy toe shifting.
  7. Tremec 3550 Or 4R70w In A '67?

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    I think the right thing to do will be to price each setup out and compare. Since I will absolutely run long tubes, I assume a cable setup is out of the question. So, how will a hydraulic setup compare pricewise?
  8. In search of wide ratio 4-speed toploader for my 65

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    Ouch. Shipping would probably hurt on that one. Either way, the coupe I am going to look at this weekend comes with a full Toploader setup. Tranny, bellhousing and Hurst shifter. I already have a complete Tremec rig in the garage. So, I have intended to sell the Toploader to help offset the cost...
  9. In search of wide ratio 4-speed toploader for my 65

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    Where are you located? I may be getting one that I do not need . Shoot me a PM.
  10. Tremec 3550 Or 4R70w In A '67?

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    I am in RI. That's what, 30 or 40 miles apart?
  11. Tremec 3550 Or 4R70w In A '67?

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    What will most likely happen is that I build the car with the Tremec. Then later on, rebuild the 4R70W for a few years down the road.
  12. Tremec 3550 Or 4R70w In A '67?

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    Thanks. I can relate to that middle age pain, lol. After years of skateboarding and then driving a heavy duty clutch everyday, my left hip is sore on a daily basis. Which is why I lean towards the 4R70w. But the thought of the 5 speed is still so intriguing.
  13. Tremec 3550 Or 4R70w In A '67?

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    Since it looks more and more like I will be bringing a 1967 coupe project home, I am having a debate with myself. I own both a 2001 4r70W out of a 3.8L Mustang and a Tremec 3550 that I ran in a Fox body years ago. Whenever I get this car, it will come to me with a roller clutch pedal installed...
  14. Gearing for '69 Mach1 with AOD swap

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    I'd go minimum 3.70 but most likely 3.89. If It is never really going to see the highway, 4.10's would be a hell of a lot of fun.
  15. Please Help Me Identify These Headers.

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    They came to me years ago(1990-ish) in a car that was dumped in the driveway by a friend of Dad's. Best I can find is that they are a 351 swap header of some sort. They are heavy gauge, oval ports and feel like a quality piece. Sorry for the one blurry pic. It's all I have at the moment.
  16. Estimate for restoring ?

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    The more I price out my preferred 1967-1968 coupe, the more I think a Dynacorn fastback is the most economical way to go. When I consider rust repair and/or panel replacement, I start to ask myself "why bother?". The prices being asked for basically rusted out junk are ridiculous. Let alone...
  17. New school or Old school motor

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    Twin turbos on a 408 Windsor.
  18. Explorer 5.0 swap

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    It's a crapshoot either way. A lower mileage motor may have had a crappy owner that never changed the oil. Whereas a 150k mile motor may look brand new because it was owned by a fanatic. Ideally, if you can hear any of them run, then that's better. Ultimately, you never really know.
  19. Subframe Connectors-Your Pick?

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    I have no plans of doing a 3 or 4 link setup. If I did, then sure, a chassis would be wise.
  20. Rear suspension bottoming out over dips and bumps

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    Buy new ones.
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