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Saturday, I re-installed my 8-inch rearend, after sanding and painting. Put it back in with new 5 leaf, mid-eye springs, new gas shocks, and all new hardware. If anyone else is going to be doing this soon, here's some advice. Get help! I did all of this by myself, and it was a pain! It can be done by one person, but I don't recommend it. Anyways, the rear end is done, now it's off to tackle the front suspension and steering.

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You think that was fun? Try doing a Versailles swap by your lonesome!!

65 FB "J" 302 lots of mods. 94 GT K&N only.
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Nice going Bob.....An extra set of hands (as well as patience) can be invaluable for that sort of job.
Over the weekend I did the mundane job of hanging a porch swing. But since I had to get up in the attic and build supports in the rafters etc my father's help was critical.
Now if I can only get him excited about mustangs.....hehe Dickson

1965 GT fastback / "Fastbasketcase" (by Midlife)
There's a fine line between "hobby" and "mental illness" - Dave Barry
 
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