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    • blubuckaroo
      I can't see how you could legally tow a bare chassis. Is it heavy enough to need tow brakes? Wouldn't it need fenders? How about a...
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      blubuckaroo replied to the thread Electric fan VS manual fan.
      Lots of information here. I'll admit, I struggle with an unfounded bias against electric fans. However, in the old days, you would never...
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      blubuckaroo replied to the thread Tranny cooler.
      Follow Derale's instructions. They're the experts, and recommend the fluid goes through the radiator's heat exchanger first, then...
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      Jerry, I prefer to use the recommended SAE 50 motor oil. Some gear oils contain sulfur which will attack bronze parts. My '77 has way...
    • blubuckaroo
      blubuckaroo replied to the thread Radiator woes.
      Randy... I'm building a '62 Ranchero with a 347. Knowing that this engine would need more radiator than the little top & bottom tank...
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      blubuckaroo replied to the thread Rear Seat .
      Bolt the seat in temporarily with flanged nuts, then BZZZZT! Tack-weld the nuts down.
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      blubuckaroo replied to the thread Turbo mufflers.
      I loved the raspy tone of the old Corvair Turbo mufflers. It reminded me of the chase scene on Bullitt. But the new Dynomax Super Turbos...
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      blubuckaroo replied to the thread I6 question?.
      A 302 is capable of really good torque. The trick to keep the air velocity up. Just don't go overboard on the valves and head runner...
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      blubuckaroo replied to the thread Twin stick T vs J.
      I like my twin sticks, but I liked the J-shift too. Mine worked great. The only reason I put in the twin sticks was it was needed to...
    • blubuckaroo
      I guess I've just changed too many of those things on the side of the road.
    • blubuckaroo
      I'd use grade 5 on the water pump, thermostat, pan, and valve covers. Grade 8 is harder to drill out, and the strength isn't needed...
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      blubuckaroo replied to the thread Mach E in an Early Bronco?.
      The Mach E crate motor is for rear wheel drive applications. I'm just wondering if anyone has mounted a transfer case to this...
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      blubuckaroo replied to the thread Rear axle swap question.
      The axle splines on a Ford limited slip have a short section at the end of the driver side axle spline that drives the whole rear end...
    • blubuckaroo
      Is there a way to connect a Ford Motorsports Mach E motor to a transfer case?
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      blubuckaroo replied to the thread Mysterious Timing Issues.
      I had a similar problem with my '77 last year. I had the Duraspark pick-up coil fail. I bought a new one from NAPA, and it advanced my...
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