Sorry for the late reply, have sold my maverick and dont get on here much any more, I will help out as much as i can, just ask or PM me.
Is there a company that sells front coils for our mavs that will lower the ride heidth but still retain a smooth ride??? Seems that cutting them...
why not just add some fiberglass to the original extensions to the fit of the spoiler on the trunk lid? Should not be difficult to do.
yep, he did
wow, $35,000 for some valve covers, cool!!!
These have been sold, thanks!!!
Can I upload a video to the for sale section? Dont know how that works, maybe someone can lead me in the right direction.
What might be the rear gear ratio on a 73 Maverick with 302/3 on the tree?
Far out!! That'll keep us from destroying a good non-grabber hood.(y)
And he just might need that much paint, because yellow covers like crap!!!!
Well, why not buy a finished Mav for that same 2oK? HINT, HINT.
dont really need a three row...a two row works fine.
I have had several champion 2 rows and they work perfect, i believe the # is 339
only thing I can think of right now, is to get that plate out of the door somehow, then go from there. Dont know if that is even possible.
oh well, I knew someone would chime in, if I was wrong
that might be from a mustang II, think they had the horn on the turn signal stalk.
I did just the front bolts, duh, AND I just got back from driving the car.....it is MUCH better, I think I might change out the front bolts for...
This is a 70 mav, were not enuff threads to go 1/4".
just got it done, without removing the springs, was very hesitant tho. Only had enuff threads for one 1/8" shim on both front bolts. Wasnt comfy...
did you take out the spring or just loosen the a arm bolt and slide the shims in?
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