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    IRS or Moser 8.8

    hey guys a little off topic, but does anyone know if the new IRS can be retrofitted to a MKiV with the TBird IRS relatively easily?

    caesarmascetti Today, 04:34 PM Go to last post

    IRS or Moser 8.8

    You guys are killing me!! Lol


    SSNK4US Today, 04:31 PM Go to last post

    Fuel Pump Filter

    Those are tough to press on. I found that a strategically placed hose clamp held the pump in place while pressed the sock on (remove the clamp when done).

    Fixit Today, 04:30 PM Go to last post

    Differential travel

    That's a "creative" solution. Battery removal will be a concern for sure. FYI, I have one of those aluminum diff covers and have no clearance

    Bill_VA Today, 04:22 PM Go to last post

    IRS or Moser 8.8

    I found a rotor to rotor, 1000 mile "take-out" IRS from an outfit in Iowa, Midway Mustang for less than a G-note. Tough part was truck freight

    Fixit Today, 04:21 PM Go to last post

    Tremec TKO reverse switch

    I remember having trouble finding the right pigtail for the backup sensor. Modern Driveline has them.

    Avalanche325 Today, 02:45 PM Go to last post

    Cup Holder Question: Is there room?

    I have a MKIV, so have the bracing to deal with. You should have room to do what Phileas shows. You can't to deep jumbo double super extra sized big gulp

    Avalanche325 Today, 02:26 PM Go to last post

    IRS or Moser 8.8

    In the old Thunderbird IRS days, 3-link was the way to go for anything besides comfort (it is a little bit more comfortable, but not huge to me. I just

    Avalanche325 Today, 01:56 PM Go to last post

    IRS or Moser 8.8

    Hey David. Good memory. Yes, I did use a "zero take-out" IRS pallet for my 20th Anniversary build. That was early in the game and Ford Performance

    edwardb Today, 01:46 PM Go to last post

    Thoughts from those with experience

    The good Lord put the image on that poster and it's imprinted in your head to be realized so many years later! Congrats!

    Cobra00fan Today, 01:34 PM Go to last post

    IRS or Moser 8.8

    Go For The I.R.S. Unless You Suffer From A Special Kind Of Stupid That We Drag Racers Seem To Have!

    This was my primary reason for NOT

    GoDadGo Today, 01:18 PM Go to last post
    Mark Reynolds

    Lower Control Arm

    I agree the wheels stick out of the fenders too far on the roadster.
    On the Mk4 it is an even bigger issue due to the shape of the wheelwell being

    Mark Reynolds Today, 12:45 PM Go to last post

    Differential travel


    Yes the box is positioned to the farthest left. Here pics from the trunk. When I get the final clearance I need, I'll build a removable

    Vspeeds Today, 12:32 PM Go to last post
    David Hodgkins

    IRS or Moser 8.8


    I'm surprised edwardb didn't push you more toward "salvage" IRS. There are some places that have practically new IRS sections

    David Hodgkins Today, 12:18 PM Go to last post

    Roadster hood hinge

    Ah... Man... How many times have I said that one.

    boat737 Today, 12:03 PM Go to last post

    IRS or Moser 8.8

    Don't quite get the math. But doesn't matter and I'm with you on the salvage part. Totally understand budget and we all do what we have to do. If you

    edwardb Today, 11:37 AM Go to last post

    IRS or Moser 8.8

    I think you misunderstood my previous posts. It is 4K total from FFR with a difference, when compared to the Moser setup, of $1,300. I appreciate the

    Cruzzz Today, 11:28 AM Go to last post

    IRS or Moser 8.8

    Right. But solid axle isn't free. So there's some offset. Anywhere from $2000 or so for the Moser setup on down to salvage, re-build, etc. And as CraigS

    edwardb Today, 11:12 AM Go to last post

    Advice needed from the painters - PPG DP40LF as primer/sealer

    Jeff, i have sent you a PM!

    Walt Today, 11:09 AM Go to last post

    Lower Control Arm

    The unusual turn indicators you are mention, is a requirement in Europe! I am living, and building my car in Norway.
    Thanks for helping

    hugo-k Today, 11:03 AM Go to last post

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