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Old 05-24-2004, 05:20 PM
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UNUSUAL PS SWAP

Fine! I'll keep it in mind, thanks!

BTW, I went to the sites you suggested (Rod & Customs and Fatman) and learnt a thing or two i didn't know about Mustangs and (maybe) Fairlanes! Extremely nice but as you said, drastic!

The Fairlane site was another story: overwhelming! Going in again with more time to check it over.

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-FLAMING RIVER RACK CONVERSION-

Although it is a manual rack, they state that it is very little steering effort. Perfect for the weekend warrior.



Am Looking For Factory/Aftermarket Speed Parts For The MEL (Merc-Edsel-Linc-TBird) Engine Family (383-410-430-462) Produced From 1958 To 1968

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I agree that Flaming River steering rack could be interesting.
It has probably been used on a Mustang which is much lighter than my GT/A at front if it has the SB, however, I am not worried if it is heavy at slow speeds. What I really want is feel & agility in the steering!

I am sorry but have hardly any knowledge on those cars/engines.

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