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Yesterday 08:36 PM
harposrepair
Quote:
Originally Posted by 496CHEVY3100 View Post
I would guess transmission ,since rotars have different bolt pattern.

That's right! Answer: C. Transmission (Ford and GM collaborated on the new 10-speed automatic transmission.)


Now, did Ford upgrade to a Chevy transmission or did Chevy downgrade to a Ford transmission? LOL

As far as Ford rotors having a different bolt pattern, some had the same.
My dad had a '75 Ford LTD and he said I could have the like new tires off of it since he was trading it in so I looked up the bolt pattern and the wheels fit right on my '74 Chevy p/u.

Floor is yours!
02-17-2017 07:14 PM
CrashFarmer2
Quote:
Originally Posted by 496CHEVY3100 View Post
I would guess transmission ,since rotars have different bolt pattern.
And the Ford transmission in a GM vehicle or a GM transmission in a Ford vehicle isn't a new thing.
02-17-2017 07:08 PM
496CHEVY3100 I would guess transmission ,since rotars have different bolt pattern.
02-17-2017 05:47 PM
harposrepair
Quote:
Originally Posted by Edwin a. G View Post
Rotors with slots

Nope.......
02-17-2017 05:13 PM
Edwin a. G Rotors with slots
02-17-2017 02:24 PM
harposrepair Here's one from Rock Auto Newsletter.


The new Ford F-150 and Chevrolet Camaro ZL-1 share what part?


A. Slotted Carbon-Infused Brake Rotors
B. Steering Column
C. Transmission
02-14-2017 03:05 PM
whinny Floors open?

Later gator
Russ
02-05-2017 02:24 AM
harposrepair
Quote:
Originally Posted by Edwin a. G View Post
think it was Packard in 1899 or so American year or so earlier for the French panhard and Levanassor model 1898.

You got it! The floor is all yours.
02-04-2017 10:25 PM
Edwin a. G think it was Packard in 1899 or so American year or so earlier for the French panhard and Levanassor model 1898.
02-04-2017 10:17 PM
brickyardboy
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Originally Posted by whinny View Post
Fred flint stones roadster??

Later gator
Russ
That's what I thought....
02-04-2017 04:40 PM
whinny Fred flint stones roadster??

Later gator
Russ
02-04-2017 01:16 AM
harposrepair What was the first car to have a steering wheel?
Year and make.
01-22-2017 10:01 AM
Too Many Projects Floors open....
01-22-2017 08:32 AM
boothboy
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Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
Brake bleeder.
Yep it's a bleeder wrench. Two different size box ends.

Give us a good one!

BB
01-21-2017 07:08 PM
Too Many Projects Brake bleeder.
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