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Hi all I have been lurking on the site for awhile checking things out and decided to join in on the fun, I have purchased Steve's hinge kit and put it to use the next step is the 4 wheel disc brake kit. I have a 1970 Coupe that I have started as a restomod project and have more ideas than money at the moment but am happy to be building the car that I will cherish for many years to come. If someone could help on posting pictures that would be great.
Still trying to figure out to post pictures
Check out this thread on how to post pictures: http://fyi.boardhost.com/viewtopic.php?id=6945
Welcome to the Forum!
Thanks Hakan. Lets see if this works.
Welded in my strut rod brackets today and thought I would share some information if anyone was interested. I could not find any information as to the measurements or locating points for the original location points so I took measurements before disassembly. when all was said and done I see FORD was not that precise in making things symmetrical but have installed them where I thought they should be from my original measurements. I decided to make them 3-3/8 side to inner edge of hole, 6 1/2 front to edge of hole, and 20" edge to edge from bracket to bracket inner edge of hole 50 degree angle from support.
Last edited by 70 Coupe (3/05/2017 6:17 PM)
Glad you joined us. Looks like a great project.
If you want, post those dimensions on the HOW TO page for future reference.
Thanks for the welcome MS.
My neighbor sent some pictures of a 1967 fastback Mustang that a friend or relative has (I do not remember which) It appears to be a 1967 390ci auto car and I am looking at adding another project. Shoot me in the head!
Mist of that should buff out and be running over the weekend, right?
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