You should be able to still find a remanufactured long block for $500.00 or so. Shipping will be the issue. Do some Internet research.
Be very careful! It is a Butyl adhesive so easier than with Urethane, but you still need to be extremely careful as it will shatter with the...
Yes...at least 10 times (various race and rally cars). Make sure to put the pins in every time if you remove the stock latch (recommended for weight...
Nope/ Keep the very front, however. Mark things carefully for your hood pins. Use a step drill bit.
Yes. Keep the perimeter bracing.
Phantom Grip is a good deal--price-wise.
They will confirm nothing fits--unless you modify it.
A Phantom Grip will fit; you need to do a lot of research and machine work to make anything else work. For example, we found a model for a quaife...
Your best off using a Phantom Grip.
Yes...I have an Addco (not mounted) also.
Yeah. The ADDCO front bar does not replace the stock stabilizer bar. Otherwise, the control arms would uncontrollably just flop fore and aft.
Need the special tool to pry it out of the retaining clips.
The Addco he is talking about is used with the stock "stabilizer" bar. It doesn't replace it. The "stabilizer" bar locates the TCA(s).
There are no stock front bars.
The addcos are fine for the rear; a slight size increase.
I am not sure why someone would use a front bar.
To remove a windshield is not easy. It is urethaned in. Without experience, you will crack the glass. I would use a pro...or live with the leak.
The stock will survive.
If you convert (with OEM PARTS), you will need a manual brake pedal (the pivot is in a different location) besides a different master. If the model...
If they extend on their own, they are gas charged; if not, they are not gas charged. Either works and is a shock absorber (i.e., "damper").
I would prowl eBay for a new rack. You can remove and replace it without taking off the tie rods. A bit fiddly but doable.
When the race car started leaking oil it was blow-by and meant it was time for a fresh (or freshened) engine. That entails honing and a new set of...
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