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  1. Guyz55
    07-30-2016 07:18 PM - permalink
    hey ogre

    I would like to bounce a few things off of you .....I tried to send you an email but cant email is [email protected] .....I really don't want to drop my truck 7 inches ...that's to low ....

    maybe you could point me in the right direction ...what I should use to swap out the original front end to a more up to date front end ...brakes suspension etc ...

    I would really appreciate any advise , direction guidance...etc

  2. 64SS327
    04-18-2014 07:57 PM - permalink
    I don't know if you saw this thread but Martin posted some old production line photos with a truck exactly like yours. The only yellow one on the whole line.
  3. ogre
    01-21-2013 04:24 PM - permalink
    i ran braided teflon hoses out the back of the reservoir to the mc
  4. ogre
    01-21-2013 04:23 PM - permalink
    the remote reservoir removed from a nissan quest or mercury villager.
    i bought the mc, tank and lines for $35, had to add 2- 3' lines to it.
    i tried to keep the firewall clean, but had to add this item.
    the lines exit out of the back at an angle down, so i managed to keep it low as possible.

    these are the mc addapters from the nissan quest stuck into my 03 mustang mc

    i might have more pics in my build thread on
  5. genr8rs
    01-19-2013 07:21 PM - permalink
    Do you remember where you got your reservoir? Looks just like what I want to do for the same reason. Did you run rubber hose or hard lines? Thank you for your input.

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