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Old 12-25-2015, 07:52 PM
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I did mark the hinges by drilling a very small hole through the hinge so I can line them up and tighten them down right back to where they were.
Here are some after shots when the painting of the rad. support was basically complete.
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That looks great!..nicely done!
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Looks very nice!
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I did mark the hinges by drilling a very small hole through the hinge so I can line them up and tighten them down right back to where they were.
Here are some after shots when the painting of the rad. support was basically complete.
Great job.Lookin clean ,an cant wait to see the engine in!...
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Thanks everyone! This will be a daily driver for awhile after the engine is back in so I can get some things done with the mustang.
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Mustang??????? We have a forum for that here too.
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Mustang??????? We have a forum for that here too.
Take a look at my thread I've started over there on my Stang!
It's nothing much but a work in progress just like my truck.
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I missed it until now, I have been in hiding lol.
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Just a little update. Dropped the Block, crank and pistons off at the engine shop along with the front timing cover and oil pan to be cleaned and machined and get the engine kit ordered. I have all new seals for all the glass, door seals, etc etc ordered as well as a new windshield ordered waiting to be picked up. I'm lucky in the fact that Dennis Carpenters and Steele Rubber products are local to me so I can just pick them up when I'm ready to order things.
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Dennis Carpenters is a nice place. Friends and I would stop in on the way to AutoFair.I miss going there.
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