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Old 05-30-2011, 08:56 PM   #61
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Got the new disc brake setup on the car..... Also test fitted the wheels to make sure there was no rubbing..... Everything fit fine with the exception of the wheel shield need a little of trimming....
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Old 06-13-2011, 02:47 PM   #62
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So excited today I came home and UPS had made a visit...... Got my parts back from Randy aka Stanger and they look amazing!!!! I can't wait until this weekend so I can install the parts and get the Stang back on the ground.....
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Old 06-18-2011, 05:41 PM   #63
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Ok got the rest of the steering components in and also picked a set of rims Torque Thrust II 17x8 all the way around with 235/40/17 up front and 245/40/17 out back.... Very happy to finally get the Stang back on the ground and be able to roll it around.....
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Old 06-18-2011, 06:55 PM   #64
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really like the work and its coming along really quick. I just got done restoring mine. Using the same suspension parts and all! With the engine bay paint i used Rustoleum water based paint with mineral spirits! Call me crazy but its the best color and easy/cheap!! got it from wal mart and home depot! a paint and body shop owner swore on it so i tried it out, spray to bare metal and its tough as nails spilled brake fluid all over it and wipe it right off! Ill post pics asap
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And I have now just realized you are on TMS as well.
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Old 06-18-2011, 08:20 PM   #66
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really like the work and its coming along really quick. I just got done restoring mine. Using the same suspension parts and all! With the engine bay paint i used Rustoleum water based paint with mineral spirits! Call me crazy but its the best color and easy/cheap!! got it from wal mart and home depot! a paint and body shop owner swore on it so i tried it out, spray to bare metal and its tough as nails spilled brake fluid all over it and wipe it right off! Ill post pics asap
Thanks! let me know when you post your pics I always enjoy seeing others progress.....

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And I have now just realized you are on TMS as well.
Yes I am everywhere (insert evil laugh here)....... I'm working towards getting mine back on the road like yours......
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Mine might not being driving much longer, might have to replace clutch/transmission parts. I'm still investigating my bad vibration problem when letting the clutch out.



Definitely looking good though. I really like how clean the engine bay and suspension is. I really like the TT2s as well.
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Old 06-18-2011, 11:22 PM   #68
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Mine might not being driving much longer, might have to replace clutch/transmission parts. I'm still investigating my bad vibration problem when letting the clutch out.



Definitely looking good though. I really like how clean the engine bay and suspension is. I really like the TT2s as well.
Cleaning that engine bay was a chore but well with it in my opinion.... I just picked up the TT2's dirt cheap $800..... A deal too good to pass up!!
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