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Old 06-09-2011, 03:26 PM   #11
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Hey oatburner99, nice build thread. You got any pics of the axle swap. Although I see your car often LOL. Thinking about last Friday, we need to start planning another trip to the TAD.
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Old 06-09-2011, 04:35 PM   #12
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Yes, yes we do. I am trying to get my new motor in first but if the time comes and I have the cash I will still run it how it is
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Old 06-09-2011, 07:38 PM   #13
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Looking good, keep up the nice work....
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Old 06-09-2011, 09:40 PM   #14
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Old 06-09-2011, 09:47 PM   #15
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Looks great Oats, but how did you get your wife to smile when new parts show up? I have an 88 notch with kinda the same look, makes me smile everytime. Are you sending it in for paint or are you gonna try it yourself? I did mine, well my name says it all. Keep the pictures coming.
I'm a very blessed man dude...wife is usually supportive of my hobby. Friend of mine is going to paint the car. Gonna look good when it's all said and done.
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Old 06-19-2011, 11:35 AM   #16
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Well this mod if finally done. Didn't take too many pictures. I read thread after thread about this mod. Some people said do it this way, other's said this way. This is how I did mine. Pretty straight foreward if you ask me.

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As some of you (who have done this mod) have read you MIGHT have to notch out your alternator bracket. I had to on mine. Took a die grinder and dremel to grind mine down a bit. I borrow the pictures from another thread so you can see what you need to do:
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The top bolt hole on the fox is threaded (3/8) if I remember correctly. The 3g is not. With the 3g alternator, you can either put in a helicoil (3/8), or you can do what most people do and go get a 2in 3/8 bolt,lock washer and nut to bolt up the top of the alternator. The bottom mount retains the factory bolt
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New 4gauge power wire going from the alternator to the start solenoid. Some threads were different than other's here. Some said put a waffle fuse, or a fusible link on your new hot wire going to the solenoid. Some said close to the alternator, some said close to the start solenoid. I chose to put it close to the alternator. Well after some looking around (2hrs) No-one around here had a fusible link. So I ended up putting a 140 Amp Circuit breaker in. 4gauge in, 4 gauge out. This way if something goes wrong and I blow a fuse I'm not paying $5 a fuse.

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That's pretty much it. Only other problem that I ran into was the pulley that was on my stock Fox 75 amp alternator was not the same size that was on my 3g alternator.My belt that I had wasn't big enough. So I ended up just changing out the belt.

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Picked up thisNew Shifter ****, with a "modified shift handle" also.
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For those who are wondering........

modified handle= stock t5 shift handle that has been cut and shortened by about an inch and welded back together.....

Looks good Eric! I almost snatched up a 3g while I was out today but decided I would later.
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i had a 3g laying around for a few years then i threw it out about a year before i got my mustang.i said to myself that i would never use it.i wish i would have held onto it for just a little bit longer now.
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dont make it any faster.....you got nittos

looks good though, unfortunately people try to say the nittos last longer and are as good as the mickey's

thats like saying a white castle is just like an angus filet
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dont make it any faster.....you got nittos

looks good though, unfortunately people try to say the nittos last longer and are as good as the mickey's

thats like saying a white castle is just like an angus filet
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I have had no problems with my nitto's. The car doesn't make 600+ hp, so I'm not worried about blowing the tire's off. I've had them at the track, and did pretty darn good for a cheap tire. If I want to get some serious times at the track I'll buy a set of slicks. I know they aren't as good as Mickey's. I've had a set of ET's. These aren't anywhere near that.
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