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  1. theIrishman
    01-13-2017 03:26 PM - permalink
    I would really like to talk to you at some length about Mustang brakes. I need some insight before starting a drum to disc conversion on my 64 1/2. But, I also do not want to go off topic on this forum as it is not truck related. Was interested in the brackets you used to sell, and what, if anything you designed for front brakes. I am trying to stay with 15" American Racing Torq Thrust D wheels. Not a huge fan of the 17" look either. Would it be possible to email back and forth a little?
  2. theIrishman
    01-13-2017 02:18 PM - permalink
    Have a question. Are you the artist formerly known as Ultrastang? I'm guessing you might be.
  3. fordcpe
    12-24-2016 11:49 AM - permalink
    Do you still have the rear axle bearings that were to big for you D0TZ-1225-A for sale I need a pair thank you Darrell
  4. Bmg
    09-03-2016 11:33 AM - permalink
    I got brackets and the plastic dust cover from a junkyard. Now here's my dumb question. Do I just take the rubber boot off the new booster and use the plastic donor? Or do you use the rubber one cut up to cover the plastic cover opening?
  5. Bmg
    08-29-2016 11:12 PM - permalink
    Thank you! I went back and looked at more of your posts also. I appreciate the way you are always helping everyone out.
  6. Bmg
    08-29-2016 08:17 AM - permalink
    Ultraranger I need your help! I have a 72 F100 2wd I'm slowing getting parts for my disc brake upgrade. I found a deal on some drop beams with everything needed on them. I bought the mc and the booster you are running. My questions are. What booster to firewall bracket or cantilever do I need? Also you talk about a plastic tube? Can I buy that? Any help would be appreciate!!
  7. 64jmb
    06-28-2016 07:50 PM - permalink
    I am trying to respond to Rbeck204 that I want the air conditioning brackets and parts he mentioned but the administrator has to review my post so it is not showing up for him to respond. Can you send him a private message to contact me via my email at would greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  8. Early 1969
    01-09-2016 04:10 PM - permalink
    Early 1969
    leave it to me to get a brand new one with bad seals. This is so frustrating! Thanks for your help.
  9. Early 1969
    01-09-2016 12:03 PM - permalink
    Early 1969
    I was wondering if I could pick your brain for a bit. I have a 71 bump, did a disc brake conversion with parts from a 74. Didn't trust the prop valve so I bought a couple different ones. This one from NPD is supposed to be like a ford. while bleeding the brakes I kept getting a leak at the prop valve. With all the fittings it was hard for me to figure out which one was leaking. Finally found out it was the centering tool I installed to keep the the thing centered while bleeding. I had not used any Teflon tape on the threads, but I am going to put Teflon tape on the threads and see how that works. question is if I get it to stop leaking, and bleed them successfully, when I go to replace the centering tool with the pressure switch wont it leak all over the place and possibly the valve will go off center? I read somewhere that fluid shouldn't come out that hole where the switch goes. Is that right. Thanks for your help!
  10. John Rapp
    12-03-2015 10:46 AM - permalink
    John Rapp
    Good morning, I've been given your name by members in the forum. I have a 1968 f100 that I am putting a front-end twin I beam suspension from a 1977 F 250 on. So far I have the I beams and the spindles rotors and calipers but I am missing a couple items because the mechanics that are putting it in say things are not lining up. I was told that the radius arms the steering arm need to come off the original truck. Any advice?

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    Camden, Arkansas
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    1969 F100 SWB Ranger. 240, C-4, PS, PB, front discs, 31-spline Traction-Lok 3.50 geared 9" N-case 3rd member.


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