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    Part Numbers for Commonly Upgraded Parts

    I wanted to do something to try to help other newbies getting into this madness. I have made a spreadsheet of common items to upgrade over the standard F5 supplied parts. This is just a list of part numbers for items that people can get anywhere. I don't want this to be advertising to a specific vendor. Special thanks to Paul. Many of these part numbers come from his posts throughout the years.

    Please check my part numbers. Also, make any recommendations for additional items and I can add them to my spreadsheet. Perhaps the moderators will make this a sticky?

    Terry


    Here is version 3 after some input by a few others. Keep the ideas coming guys!
    Steering System
    Tie Rods Moog ES2150RL Need to also get a 9/16"-18 SAE jamb nut, 1 for each tie rod
    Tie Rod Boots Energy Suspension 9-13101G For use with Moog Tie Rods
    Ball Joints option #1 Moog K772 Front upper
    Ball Joint Dust Boots Energy Suspension 5.13102G For use with Moog Ball Joints
    Ball Joints option #2 Howe Racing 22320S Front Upper. Upgrade over Moog?
    Ball Joints option #3 QA1 #1210-105 Front upper
    Power Steering Rack option #1 #6406; 3.0 turns lock to lock
    #6439; 2.5 turns lock to lock
    #64163 2.25 turns lock to lock
    Auto Zone, discontinued? If upgrading from manual steering, will need an additional steering rack to shaft adapter
    Power Steering Rack option #2 #101-0106, 101-0107 or 101-0108 O'Reilly's, bushings get replaced If upgrading from manual steering, will need an additional steering rack to shaft adapter
    Fuel System
    Fuel Filler Cap Motorcraft FC-961, Ford XU5Z-9030-JA
    Fuel Tank Filler Neck Grommet Ford F4ZZ9072DA
    Fuel Pump Hanger Option #1 Quantum AN Fitting Fuel Pump Hanger HFP-AN50-H Return tube enlarged to 5/16" and with AN fittings
    Fuel Pump Hanger Option #2 Pro M Racing HANG 3/8" Feed and Return Lines, AN fittings
    Other
    Clutch Cable Ford Performance M-7553-C302
    Clutch Cable Forte Hydraulic Setup Will need additional reservoir
    Accel Cable Lokar 42" cable Ford 302/351 motors
    Accel Cable Forte Mechanical Linkage Ford 302/351 motors
    Horn Button Uxcell a13040500ux0150 Stainless Steel Momentary Push Button Switch 22mm Flush Mount SPST Replaces cheap plastic button
    Exterior rear view mirrors option #1 Breeze Automotive Mounts to windshield frame / Available in black and chrome
    Exterior rear view mirrors option #2 Speedway Motors 92550745 4" Mounts to windshield frame
    Last edited by TMartinLVNV; 11-13-2019 at 10:59 AM.
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    The spreadsheet formatting does not transfer to here well. I will work on making it look prettier in a table format later.
    MK IV Build #9659, 3 link, 17's, Forte 347, Sniper EFI, power steering, built for a freak sized person with 17" Kirkey Vintage seats, RT drop trunk, RT turn signal, lots of stuff from Breeze Automotive, Wilwood brakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMartinLVNV View Post
    I wanted to do something to try to help other newbies getting into this madness. I have made a spreadsheet of common items to upgrade over the standard F5 supplied parts. This is just a list of part numbers for items that people can get anywhere. I don't want this to be advertising to a specific vendor. Special thanks to Paul. Many of these part numbers come from his posts throughout the years.

    Please check my part numbers. Also, make any recommendations for additional items and I can add them to my spreadsheet. Perhaps the moderators will make this a sticky?

    Terry


    Tie Rods, Moog ES2150RL $20, Need to also get a 9/16"-18 SAE jamb nut $10 for 6 , 1 for each tie rod
    Fuel Tank Filler Neck Grommet, Ford F4ZZ9072DA $18
    Clutch Cable, Ford Performance M-7553-C302 $53
    Clutch Cable, Hydraulic Setup, Will need additional reservoir
    Accel Cable, Lokar 42" cable or Mechanical Linkage, Ford 302/351 motors
    Tie Rod Boots, Energy Suspension 9-13101G $4, For use with Moog Tie Rods
    Ball Joints, Moog K772 $14
    Ball Joint Dust Boots, Energy Suspension 5.13102G $7, For use with Moog Ball Joints
    Ball Joints, Howe Racing 22320S $83, Upgrade over Moog?
    nice list! added some quick links to ease everyone's search
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    Nice. I would make a note re; the K772s, boots and upgrades, that they are front upper BJs. Also add that QA1 makes a similar BJ #1210-105 from here
    https://www.qa1.net/suspension/ball-...le-ball-joints
    Also
    - expanding foam tape from McMaster is # 7650A14
    - power steering racks from Autozone
    #6406; 3.0 turns lock to lock
    #6439; 2.5 turns lock to lock
    #64163 2.25 turns lock to lock
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    Not a specific part number, but if you hate the plastic horn button, one like this is a good alternative:

    Uxcell a13040500ux0150 Stainless Steel Momentary Push Button Switch 22mm Flush Mount SPST https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00D0XK5W2..._m3wYDbDYGVEER
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    Quote Originally Posted by CraigS View Post
    Nice. I would make a note re; the K772s, boots and upgrades, that they are front upper BJs. Also add that QA1 makes a similar BJ #1210-105 from here
    https://www.qa1.net/suspension/ball-...le-ball-joints
    Also
    - expanding foam tape from McMaster is # 7650A14
    - power steering racks from Autozone
    #6406; 3.0 turns lock to lock
    #6439; 2.5 turns lock to lock
    #64163 2.25 turns lock to lock
    Craig, are any additional parts needed if upgrading from manual steering rack (besides power steering pump and hoses)?
    MK IV Build #9659, 3 link, 17's, Forte 347, Sniper EFI, power steering, built for a freak sized person with 17" Kirkey Vintage seats, RT drop trunk, RT turn signal, lots of stuff from Breeze Automotive, Wilwood brakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMartinLVNV View Post
    Craig, are any additional parts needed if upgrading from manual steering rack (besides power steering pump and hoses)?
    You'll need the steering shaft to rack adapter.

    Autozone no longer stocks the remanufactured #6406 Fox rack. O'Reilly does; #101-0106, 101-0107 or 101-0108 with the difference being the mount bushings which is a moot point since for our use they get replaced anyway.

    Jeff

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    Well that sucks. Jeff, glad you found the O'Reilly source because the AZ racks start at around $350 and go up from there. Jeff, are the three O'Reilly racks the same 3.0 turns or do they vary like AZ used to?
    FFR MkII, 408W, Tremec TKO 500, 2015 IRS, DA QA1s, Forte front bar, APE hardtop.

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    Craig,
    The online specs show that they are all the same 3.0 turn ratio but with different mounting bushings and one being the Ford produced rack and the other TRW (both were OEM and they interchange). They also have a remanufactured quick ratio 2.5 turn rack. #101-0111.

    NAPA also offers remanufactured racks in both ratios but their core charge is outlandish so if you don't have an exchange you'd wind up paying about 80% of just buying new.

    Jeff

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    My FFR gas cap (Stant I think) never worked in the LeMans housing. I used the Ford OEM equivalent, and it works just like it should now. Motorcraft FC-961, Ford XU5Z-9030-JA
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