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    skidd

    Ford Explorer Motor and Accessories fit fine!

    Ah.. Yeah... I was back and forth on the pump too. I'm keeping the mustang in tank pump, and going to run a holley 12-803bp, or similar, regulator.

    skidd Yesterday, 10:33 PM Go to last post
    blitzkreig baja

    Ford Explorer Motor and Accessories fit fine!

    That's interesting. I too am using an engine from an explorer. I plan to delete the AC, power steering, and smog pump though. I already sold the front

    blitzkreig baja Yesterday, 10:11 PM Go to last post
    2FAST4U

    Ff gt40?

    At one time FFR contemplated offering a GT40 kit. They even bought a CAV GT40. But then the Shelby lawsuit came about. And Ford enjoined in the case.

    2FAST4U Yesterday, 10:09 PM Go to last post
    Jeff Kleiner

    Ford Explorer Motor and Accessories fit fine!

    Don't forget the pilot bearing.

    Jeff

    Jeff Kleiner Yesterday, 09:38 PM Go to last post
    steno

    Ff gt40?

    If the GTM looks like any car at all, it resembles a car that Warren Mosler built a few years back. A race car that you could drive on the street!

    steno Yesterday, 09:33 PM Go to last post
    scottiec

    Ford Explorer Motor and Accessories fit fine!

    Thanks for the quick response. I was pretty set on going with a mechanical fuel pump which is why I am making the change. keep me posted on the first

    scottiec Yesterday, 09:18 PM Go to last post
    skidd

    Will my PS reservoir clear?

    Thanks Jeff.. guess I'll just leave it as is.. and see what happens when I get the body on.

    skidd Yesterday, 08:52 PM Go to last post
    2FAST4U

    Did I screw up?

    Thanks Boat. I like that approach and will look into it further

    2FAST4U Yesterday, 08:51 PM Go to last post
    skidd

    Ford Explorer Motor and Accessories fit fine!

    I've kept everything explorer. Same explorer pully/balancer combo and everything. I left the trigger wheel on.. I didn't see any harm in leaving it.

    skidd Yesterday, 08:51 PM Go to last post
    Jeff Kleiner

    Did I screw up?

    Bill I've had to cut down the sleeves as well as the male internal stubs to get higher positive caster on power steering equipped roadsters. Just be conscious

    Jeff Kleiner Yesterday, 08:49 PM Go to last post
    boat737

    Did I screw up?

    I took off 3/16" or so off each end of the coupling nuts (the rearward ones) and about 1/8" or so off each of the threaded pivot mounts (again,

    boat737 Yesterday, 08:24 PM Go to last post
    scottiec

    Ford Explorer Motor and Accessories fit fine!

    I am coverting my explorer motor to carb and switching over to fox timing cover, etc. I got a new harmonic balancer. Did you remove the trigger wheel?

    scottiec Yesterday, 08:19 PM Go to last post
    Joe Campbell

    Gas-N - and awesome company!

    George's craftsmanship can't be beat, the welds and polish work are absolutely stunning! Won't have a sidepipe without 'em!

    Joe Campbell Yesterday, 08:12 PM Go to last post
    zilverx

    Oil Pan Options

    In the midst of my build using a 302 with stock oil pan. I have the Speedhut gauge set and added an oil temperature gauge. Now am looking for a place

    zilverx Yesterday, 07:56 PM Go to last post
    2FAST4U

    Did I screw up?

    Thanks Jeff. Yes, I have the angled ball joints. My main problem now is I can't get any negative camber with the 4" adjusting sleeves on the UCA.

    2FAST4U Yesterday, 07:54 PM Go to last post
    Jeff Kleiner

    Did I screw up?

    Bill,
    Can't tell from your photos but I believe you have angled ball joint plates like this, where the bung the joint screws into angles outward:

    Jeff Kleiner Yesterday, 07:43 PM Go to last post
    chmhasy

    Did I screw up?

    If you are running the FFR supplied spindles you need to mount the UCA on the side, if you are running the mustang donor spindles with the adapter as

    chmhasy Yesterday, 07:24 PM Go to last post
    2FAST4U

    Did I screw up?

    I checked the manual. They're correct.

    2FAST4U Yesterday, 07:19 PM Go to last post
    Dave Howard

    Did I screw up?

    I don't have my manual with me and my car is 3600 kilometres away, but it looks like the UCA is bolted in the wrong location. They should be bolted using

    Dave Howard Yesterday, 07:05 PM Go to last post
    2FAST4U

    Did I screw up?

    Whew! Thanks

    2FAST4U Yesterday, 06:42 PM Go to last post

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