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    Hello everyone, After quite a few months of research and some tinkering (the car turned out to start and run quite well despite many years in storage) we decided to get going with a full, "clean" restoration of our 1969 Mach 1. The car will not be a daily driver but I want something reliable...
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    Hey guys, Been seeing conflicting opinions on whether someone should put a T port connecting their transmission vacuum line and brake booster vacuum line OR drilling a new hole designated only for the brake booster directly into the intake manifold. If I go with the T option (I have a manual...
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    I just recently picked up a 68’ coupe. I’m trying to do a brake rebuild on all 4 drums and I’ve been searching everywhere to find out how I can figure out what size shoes and drums I need but I can’t seem to find anything. I know they’re 10 inch because it has a 289 in it, but how can I figure...
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    Hey peeps, I am new here and have found this cool website in search of an answer. My dad and I have owned and worked on a 1968 Convertible 289 together for over 10 years. I was driving it just the other day and the power brakes decided to totally quit on me. I asked my dad if he knew of anything...
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    Hello, Was trying to Google what this washer is and came up short. I assume it just stays inside and when the master is installed, the rod from the booster just centers this concave washer up? Is this normal, to have it loose in there?
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    Hello, I've been working on my 65' Mustang and have completed in installing the American Autowire harness that closely resembles a stock harness. However, I can't seem to get the brake lights to work right. They come on at full brightness when I turn on my headlight. They also come one when I...
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    Hey i have a 1965 mustang with stock, non brake boosted single piston disks in the front and drums in the rear. The speed department of the car has been upgraded, but however the braking department is totally stock. I am on a bit of a budget and would like to know what would be the most...
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