For Sale Performance and stock parts

Discussion in 'General Items' started by [email protected], Jun 30, 2014.

  1. Pete@FTR

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    Parting out, starting my new build and pretty much none of these parts are useable to me anymore.

    Located in Sacramento. Can easily ship except probably the motor, tranny and seats

    most performance parts sold, took em out

    Performance Drivetrain:

    Ford racing red spark plug wires
    Ram hdx clutch replaced less than 6 months ago and not daily driven


    Performance suspension:

    Koni SA Shocks

    Stock Parts:

    99 GT Front brakes (2 pot pbr)
    99 GT Rear brakes
    96 GT Front brakes (1pot)
    96 GT REar brakes
    96 GT Front swaybar
    99 GT Front swaybar
    96 GT rear swaybar
    Coil packs
    Power steering reservoir

    99 gt Brake master cylinder
    96 gt Brake master cylinder
    99 gt Brake booster
    96 gt brake booster
    96 gt Alternator
    Serpentine Belt
    T45 transmission
    Transmission mount
    Transmission crossmember
    K member brace
    Fuel tank
    Fuel pump replaced a few months ago
    AC pump
    Power steering pump (2)
    A Arms

    Interior:

    Black door panels
    Tan rear seats
    Misc interior paneling
    Tan center console
    Stock radio

    Shoot me an offer, worst I can say is no
     
  2. Brian95SVT

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    Pictures of black door panels? What were they out of?
     
  3. Pete@FTR

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    Out of my 96 gt. The bottom tan portion was painted with interior paint.

    You can see it in the bg of this pic, I'll post up a closer shot once I got over to the shop later.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Steering wheel and brake pedal adjuster.

    does the wheel come with a hub made for the SN? And what MM adjuster? Can't find it on their site, do you have a model?

    BTW, bummer on the SN. What's the new project? That was fast. :)
     
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    How much for MGW?
     
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    Rear calipers and mounting plates. You know I want them.
     
  7. SVTstang96

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    MGW shifter, battery relocation, and steering rack bushings if they are aluminum. Separate prices please. Thanks
     
  8. g36 monkey

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    [MENTION=11373]Poisoned Pony[/MENTION] I know was interested in an Orange handle MGW
     
  9. Pete@FTR

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    Its their clutch pedal height adjuster, makes a huge difference. Links:

    http://www.maximummotorsports.com/Clutch-Cable-Quadrant-and-Firewall-Adjuster-Package-P385.aspx
    http://www.maximummotorsports.com/Clutch-Pedal-Height-Adjuster-1994-04-P502.aspx

    $120 for all that, its low mileage and good condition.

    Steering wheel is also great condition barely used, just like one small scratch on the front. List on the wheel is $250 (I think I paid 275 because tax), the hub on there I sell for $130. I'll give up both for $275

    Shipping will be $10 flat rate
     
  10. Pete@FTR

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    $175+$10 shipping, I understand that price is high (just slightly cheaper than a new one), reason is that if I sell it it'll be pretty hard to get a hold of that handle again since they no longer make that style (gone cheap :( ) so I don't really want to get rid of it unless I get a good price.
     
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    Haha. $150 for all, they're the GT ones you know right?
     
  12. Pete@FTR

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    See upper post for mgw price. Battery relocation $70 + $10 shipping (part number TAY-48010). Steering rack bushings are not aluminum :/
     
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    They seem to be in high demand now that MGW went cheapo :(
     
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    Eh, I wouldn't call the new one "cheap" I have installed a few and really love it! I just don't have a boot in my car so the kickassness of an orange handle is a necessity ;p
     
  15. Pete@FTR

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    Good to hear, I wasn't necessarily referring to the quality of the part since I have never used it, but really just the manufacturing process. They're smart, I'm sure it costs a lot less to manufacture the new one than the old one

    As a machinist I was always really impressed by the craftsmanship on the old handle

    Plus it looks absolutely sick with no boot

    Sent from Tapatalk for iPhone
     
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    Thanks! I'll pass on both for now. But I will get that rear tow hook ordered now.
     
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    Next in line for the battery relocator.
     
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    All yours, I'm going to pass.

    Hmm I am going to think on the MGW i have a tri-ax in there now and for some reason no matter how i adjust it it doesn't like 1st, 3rd, or 5th gear. Im also going to pass on the box.
     
  19. Pete@FTR

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    Sounds good. Shoot me a pm w/ shipping & paypal details

    Sure just let me know, its yours if its still around
     
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    Just looked up the battery kit, this is the open holder right? If so I'll pass.