Send a email to Patti at 3PG (Period Perfect Parts Group)
firstname.lastname@example.org, last I heard they were starting production on factory single exhaust...
I agree with Frank, 255/60-15 on a 8 inch wheel for the rear (click on my avatar that’s what’s on my Comet).
8 inch may be to wide for the front,...
This is a 2005 Ranger 4x4 knuckle assembly with 11.97” rotor & dual piston caliper on my Torq Thrust 15x7 wheel.
It fit great with no rubbing,...
I’m using the below thread as a template to put 2003 up 4x4 Ranger front brakes with 12” rotors on my drum spindles. You could do the same with...
IMHO there’s only a few parts that are “hard to find”, best of luck with your project.
Cool that you’re offering it but it’s not for me, all my stripes will
be painted on and buried in clear.
Sorry if I hurt you feelings. If you were trying to help you’d of put some information in your post so he wouldn’t have to ask.
OP did ask for
Throw what out there? Without part information the pictures useless.
What you have to remind yourself is while polishing the wheels you’ll be looking at them a lot closer then when they’re on the car.
Made in China?
Here’s a couple options for the hold downs.
This thread is from 2011 and the last time Ratio411 was on the forum was Sep 29, 2016.
Seeing that Ford never offered power brakes with a manual transmission Maverick/Comet, your looking at aftermarket.
I always use a harmonic balancer puller, two tools in one(y)
I hopped in the Delorean and went back in time to pick up a set of
vintage wheels & tires.
That’s how I would go about it with the addition of giving the nut a extra 1/4-1/2 turn to make sure it’s tight.(y)
If I remember correctly the crush sleeve is “crushed” to a specific torque # which give you the proper preload, it’s not a case of just putting...
That’s when the fun begins..... that’s a small block 429 bored & stroked to 572!:cool:
Some pictures of it installed please.
Mabe you could post measurements of both, it may help someone out later.
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