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Ebay / Craigslist / Racingjunk / WIW
03/07/21 06:26 PM
To me, the '57 probably had the biggest impact, but the '60 is the most attractive.
Either is pretty much a "lottery car" - meaning, I'd have to win a lottery to scratch that itch.
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
03/07/21 06:17 PM
This one is a 528, Stage V heads, Stage V intake with two AVS. Wins a lot of races. Goes 9.30s at 144
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Stu Harmon General Forum
03/07/21 06:11 PM
That's good info.

What I was pointing out is that the major allure of a new vehicle to me is piece of mind and not having to worry about issues for a while because well, it's a new car. What I found is, there are many I've known with new vehicles that have more issues than what I do with 23+ year old vehicles. To pay high 20's to high 40's for a new or newer vehicle and have more issues than a 23 year old $1600 beater is just unacceptable. Regardless of who's behind the warranty issues is irrelevant to me. Having to deal with faulty ball joints, etc. after 30k miles and after the money was spent is not something I would be unhappy with. Having to deal with hassles and arguing with people over warranty work after the breaks is just ridiculous. Don't know if the potential drama is worth it. That's all I was saying.
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Stu Harmon General Forum
03/07/21 06:05 PM
Originally Posted by 2boltmain
Originally Posted by BlueRacer69
Originally Posted by 2boltmain
My detached garage has a streaming TV and that TV is approximately 65 feet from my router. Not enough signal. I bought an extender with two antennas from Best buy for $50. I was skeptical. I plugged it in at the outlet nearest the garage yet furthest from my house router- so my extender is approximately 38 ish feet from the garage TV. My signal is now plenty strong enough for the streaming TV and me playing on my laptop.
Hey 2boltmain. What brand name WiFi Extender did you buy? I hear some are good and others are junk. Thanks.
Heres the unit I purchased.: Linksys AC750

I'm going to try this one! Thank you!
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
03/07/21 06:00 PM
Originally Posted by hemi-itis
I enjoy spending at MARSH!!!

Me as well. Todd is extremely accommodating and a wealth of info. The shops he uses for machine wk and head porting are top notch. I try and not call him unless I have something important to ask because I know we will be on the phone for 15-30 minutes. Our conversations always stray somewhat to other areas of my build. This is good for the customer but I realize I'm also taking up his time from someone else's build.

I'm really happy that I met Todd at Norwalk and and selected him for my build.
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Moparts E Body
03/07/21 05:49 PM
I have an OEM set
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Ebay / Craigslist / Racingjunk / WIW
03/07/21 05:42 PM
That sure is a sparse fender tag.
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Transport Services Wanted/Offered
03/07/21 05:39 PM
I have to pick up a new Quad in Niles Oh. Leaving from Lockport NY ....I have a 24ft enclosed trailer that can take a car to or from and transport it.
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
03/07/21 05:26 PM
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
03/07/21 05:19 PM
What is your initial and total timing set at? Is your vacuum advance plugged into ported or manifold?
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Moparts Question and Answer
03/07/21 05:17 PM
What is difference from stock?

If nothing then something is fubar with what you have. A dial indicator on the pulley while you rotate it by hand will tell you a lot more than your eyeball will. Balancer pulley might be a bit tricky in the car but you ought to be able to do it. Don;t forget to closely check the brackets as well since they could have a crack and while not obvious under a light load could cause the issue.

The factory setup didn't really have a rep for throwing belts. So unless something is bent/broken, you deviated from stock or are spinning it to crazy rpm's it should suffice.
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Moparts Question and Answer
03/07/21 05:15 PM
always under battery tray or on F bumper bracket somewhere.. [paint it black].. remember heat kills em, so they need to be in the cool airflow if possible..
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Moparts Question and Answer
03/07/21 05:12 PM
67-9 trunk lids are all different..67 has 2 rows of holes for the center trim.. and one row top and bottom for single trim strips, 68 has 2 rows of holes only for top and bottom trim, and 69 has a single row of top and bottom holes.. can I.D from 10 feet away if you know the info goodluck
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Moparts E Body
03/07/21 04:32 PM
E BODY VINYL TOP A PILLAR TRIM Very good driver condition and straight.. Normal, very faint scratches and one chrome blem spot as pointed out. I believe they fit all year E-bodies, but please confirm. $85 + shipping from 32117 in Florida - Will check First Class Mail, regular box Priority and Priority Small Flat rate Box.
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Moparts Question and Answer
03/07/21 04:28 PM
Has anyone ever shortened an air grabber cable? My cable seems extremely long and I believe is the cause of the seals not fully functioning properly. I've seen ebay NOS vent cables that are able to be shortened and curious if anyone has done it?

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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
03/07/21 03:45 PM
Nice thread GUYS!

Loving all the stock talk, just like in the 60' lol...

We have a Superstock class in the UK thats pretty free thinking... whistling

Gonna run my 440 71 GTX with a sixpack iron manifold, originally a iron 4bbl with a Thermoquad.
I know its cheating but I'm up against guys with 572 KB hemi's with twin dominators...
(Yep they call that Superstock over here) drive
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
03/07/21 03:42 PM
Originally Posted by Cab_Burge
I've been told by a reliable source that the NHRA blown alcohol motors are shifted around 11,500 RPM work
That was several years ago on a BAE #8 billet hemi with their best heads, not sure of the bore and stroke used back then though confused

10,500-11,500 depending on some of the other factors ,

typically BXS is either 4.187/4.20 the 420 bore puts you @ 498 CI .., with the 4.50 crank , the 4.625 crank guys use 4.125 bore , which is right around 495CI also , sleeves for the 4.125 bore are special order had to come by.

90% of these TF guys are running the 4.187X4.5 combo.

My TFX hemi for my 66 dart project is a 4.187 bore with a Bryant 4.625 ,509 CI with AJPE 426 Stage7 heads, with a F 3D-106 Procharger.
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Moparts Question and Answer
03/07/21 03:27 PM
Ill try cleaning it up and look for #s at the locations you have all mentioned. Thank you and I will post if I find anything on it.
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Moparts Question and Answer
03/07/21 03:11 PM
WoW thats well COOL Mr ZIPPY!

Have you got a price in mind please.

Let me know by PM please.

Best wishes from John H.
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Moparts Truck , Jeep & 4X4 Forum
03/07/21 02:46 PM
I'm going to take another good look at it this week. It appears that it was an angled hit, body lines/gaps looked good at first. I couldn't see any bends, or kinks on the frame.
One of my co-workers says that Mopar changed the control arm design over the years, maybe made them heavier duty??
I'm thinking that if they made the control arms/bushings bigger, I "should" be able to drill the mounting brackets???
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
03/07/21 02:44 PM
Must be nice to have a collection like that up But that orange cuda with that fat rubber smoke
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
03/07/21 01:57 PM
I think DVW runs something like that in his 64 Plymouth. Need a head rest of some sort if its a race car.
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Moparts Restoration & A12 Forum
03/07/21 01:55 PM
Yes, 14".

W25 is the heavy duty stamped steelies.

Does the car have the towing package or ?
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
03/07/21 01:23 PM
I was there last year , love that track.... I plan on being there this year ..........

with ATCO closing it should get busier , which is good for the finical health of the track,
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Ebay / Craigslist / Racingjunk / WIW
03/07/21 01:11 PM
Originally Posted by topside
^^^ Uh, no, I'm not solely using interior condition for mileage; there are enough other clues.
But to address that, yes, most Mopar interiors of that era were deteriorated pretty badly by the '80s - '90s.
Especially in hot/dry climates where the cars lived outdoors.

Deteriorated too just by sitting in them, like the three year old one i bought
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