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06-10-2011 12:50 AM
62440 Well, If their 383 needs more power they should just rip that chevy small block out and stick a Mopar 383 into it. Jack
06-09-2011 12:25 PM
Centerline Unfortunately this forum is full of Chevy guys who think the world revolves around GM and that somehow everyone else thinks the same. That's why you see so many "My 383 needs more power" type threads. They automatically think a stroked SBC is the ONLY 383 that ever existed. Specific Mopar questions are always answered quicker on a Mopar forum. Sorry to say that but until people realize there are other manufacturers who made muscle cars (Ford and Mopar) that were in most cases better and faster in stock form than their GM counterparts, it will stay that way.

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06-08-2011 11:19 PM
62440 Russ you were right. I posted on two mopar sites and connected with a great source on Moparts Jack
06-08-2011 09:24 AM
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Originally Posted by 62440
What, No Mopar Guys around here
You'd prolly have better luck checking out MOPAR specific forums...

Russ
06-07-2011 10:36 PM
62440 What, No Mopar Guys around here
06-02-2011 07:15 PM
62440
Brake lines

Hi All. I'm replacing the brake lines on my 62 Plymouth Savoy. I somehow chucked the original line back awhile ago..... I know what your all saying I've said it myself I thought I would be OK buying a front to back brake line from Inline Tube but what they sent me was something that looks like it belongs on a Imperial No way it will fit and sorry to say their Tech people were no use. Long and short of it, I'm going to put something together myself. I can't remember exactly where the line crosses under or over the springs. I would like to get it as close to factory as possible. Can anyone help out ??? A picture would be Nice Jack

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