What parts do you have waiting to go on the stang?

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  1. the5.ohh

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    Well money and weather permitting, I have a stack of goodies to go in the stang..
    4.10 gears, bearings, tlok rebuild, 70mm tb, J&M Rear lcas (doing myself), white face gauges, new tails (well old, but refurbing them).. Only things left to buy is new rear lca bolts, eibach rear swaybar and a speedcal. I'm itching to get this stuff in, been waiting since xmas!
     
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    Should have spent all that money on a Turbo Kit
     
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    I have a set of roller rockers for one day down the road, and a new dash and console that just needs to be cleaned and painted. That's the only parts that I actually have that aren't on the car.
     
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    All of it was gifts except for the gauges ($20), tlok rebuild kit ($71), tails ($65)..
     
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    H&R Super sport springs
    KYB GR2 struts
    KYB AGX adjustable shocks
    front sway bushigns
    Walbro GSS340 fuel pump
    4 new tires
    wheel spacers
    fuel pressure, coolant temp gauges, with universal pods
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    amp, crossover, and sub
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    Im sure theres more Ive forgotten.
     
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    A new turn signal switch (using the wipers sometimes they quit, if I even touch the blinker arm, they work again). And collecting parts for a auto-> manual swap. Only short the trans, shifter, shifter boot/trim.
     
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    How'd you like the fitment of the MAC LT's with the Aode? Pretty tight on mine
     
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    Pass side o2 sensor is wedged against the tranny pan. Pretty sure I would have to completely loosen the header, and disconnect the midpipe to replace it. I have a pic on a different laptop, will post it when I get to it.
     
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    Ah. They're a tight squeeze but overall a nice fit IMO. The drivers side is pretty close to the steering shaft. I wrapped the starter with heat wrap after I had the LT's put in.
     
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    Didn't wrap the starter, haven't noticed any issues. Should still be the factory starter.....
     
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    What do I have to put on the stang? or what do I want to put on the stang?

    My want list is endless and limited by $$$
     
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    I got some door handle cups.
     
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    Hm...
    Things I have sitting in my room....
    Wheel hub and bearing
    Coilovers
    Tint
    Cobra fogs
    License plate relocate bracket

    Things soon to be on that list
    Parts and install for 373 gears
    281 spoiler
     
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    Ah. Well I wrapped mine for a little added safety. Was told that all the heat from the LT's would eventually cook the starter.. so i bought the wrap off latemodel and had my dad gimme a hand putting it on.
     
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    Not a bad idea. Def not going to hurt it.....
     
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    Just noticed you got B springs.. Hows the clearance with the LT's? My X hangs pretty low, the LT's aren't bad. Looking to do something with the wheelgap.. Got any pics from the side of clearance?
     
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    Waiting for some actual 100% sunny days.
    Have to paint my spoiler...then drill the holes to mount.
    Then I can throw my window louver on. But I need some decent temps for piece of mind on the 3m.


    Also sitting on a PI intake.
     
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    I'll have to look if I have any pics. But I do know the mufflers hang lower. That Cherry Bomb kit kinda found a home and liked it there. Tailpipe alignment was part of it too......
     
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    New motor, big shiney Flowmaster LT headers, American Autowire wiring kit, new dash trim, radio, speakers, gauges, clutch cable kit.... and then there's all the stuff I took out thats got to go back in and I've still got a list a mile long of things I need to order. All for the 67 BTW