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This is the stuff you need for DIY hoses. Click click and it's done.
E-Z Clip System for A/C Refrigerant Hoses
$65K could go a long way towards making your old Pete a new Pete and then some.
I can help you with that.
The only reason to go with Budd discs is if it's a concours restoration. 69-73 disc is the only practical way to go for any drum to disc...
Factory 69-73, preferably 73. The spindles are a direct swap and the rest of the parts are readily available at any parts store.
Maybe it's a Canadian production thing?
Never seen an 8.25 in a C Body. My 73 Newport Custom had a 9.25 in it. 400 2v. I bought the car in 76.
73 should have a 9.25 under it. The one I had did.
Yes. 9.25" diff which is what should be under a 73 Chrysler.
4.2 Jag is one of the best looking engines ever.
I'm a big fan of Cragar SS. Not a fan of the unilugs but Cragar does have a forged aluminum wheel that looks identical but is drilled for 4.5 bolt...
Living in New Jersey will do that to you.:poke:
That appears to be for an early A body. Short tail shaft with ball and trunion companion flange.
Not the hot setup for a C body conversion.
My understanding is the noise is more of a hiss caused by I'm assuming, the hydraulic oil being forced thru some kind of internal restriction or...
I can't recall if the stock boxes will swap across platforms but if they do I know there are some pitman arm spline differences on some A Body...
Those applications are for A, B, and E bodies.
As this is primarily a C Body forum, have you test fit a C Body?
C body is the full...
Anyone have an LS6 Chevelle or L88 Vette laying around? I've got a 493 RB and 727 that needs a new home. Should have kept my Diesel Dodge 4x4. L88...
That Beaumont was a badge engineered Chevelle. The first generation Acadian/Beaumont was a badge engineered Chevy II/Nova. Starting in 65 the...
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sixpkrt @ Homewood...
If you can stand it for 200 miles, you're probably good to go as is. Between fuel stops and the call of nature, you're not likely to ever be in...