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Here is your assignment...due tomorrow

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If you have a six cylinder Mustang, go home tonight and find out which socket fits the crank bolt that holds the harmonic balancer on. Then send your answer to me via private message or email. Late papers will not be accepted.

We're going to Oklahoma this weekend to look at the 64.5 vert. I would like to take a breaker bar and socket to rotate the engine by hand.

You are excused. Don't forget, school picture money is due next week.

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It's a 15/16 socket, no I'm just guessing. but thats the size for my 8. I'm not helping am I?
Why not bring all the sockets???

AKA "Fastbackpimp"
[color:blue]VMF Member Since Nov. 99</font color=blue>
13/16 on my '68 six - expect "A+" on grade
14/16 on my 5.0. Just kidding, thought I'd split the difference./forums/images/icons/tongue.gif
Member NTMC

66 vert, 5.0L custom roller motor
99 Expedition
90 Caravan
13/16" on the '65 200 out back.
I brought an apple too.

National Parts Depot
1965 Conv:Street driven concours
1966 Coupe: Daily driver and toy
13/16 here
good luck

[color:blue]'65 wimbledon white original coupe I6
'99 silver convertible V6

Check out Mike & Jackie's '65 Mustang </font color=blue>
13/16 on a 65 motor I have out back too, darn late again, just like back in the school days!

1967 S code GT Deluxe Coupe 65B
1966 Convertible 76B 289 4 speed
1964 Fairlane 500 2DR HT-the new project
1986 Jeep Cherokee 4X4 the "beater"
Everyone gets an A on the assignment...except the smart a$$es, who I need to see right after class. *G*

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It's a 23mm. *LOL* me check your shorts! My multimeter is just a-waiting! Formerly known as Midlife in the old VMF.
King of the Old Farts *struts*
If you are going to be turning over an engine that has been sitting awhile, I recommend pulling all the plugs, and squirting some slick50 or transfluid in the cylinders. You should then litterly be able to turn it by hand.
'67 Coupe project car (Did I say project car? I meant pile of rust)
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