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Doug, Unfortunately I can’t help you out at all, it’s likely the only one I don’t have a spare of. In fact of the 30 some 510’s that I have owned over the years, the Bronze is the only 69 510 I’ve ever had, and it came with a custom wood dashboard when I got the car. For that car I had a 69 SSS RHD ...
- 20 Apr 2018 06:18
- Forum: Powertrain
- Topic: How to get a 5.1 or 4.875 final drive for a R180 diff ?
- Replies: 4
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The lowest ratio I’ve seen for an R180 is a 5.13, but I haven’t seen these for sale for 10 years and I was told that the teeth are getting so small at that point that the pinion year isn’t all that strong given the torque multiplication that is going on. I know I have also heard d of 4.88’s out ther...
Hi Doug; Outside the SSS type, there are 2 types of 68 dashes, USDM and Non-USDM. The 68 non USDM dash is definitely all metal - I have many..... 68 non USDM Dash.jpg 68 dash.jpg Here's a 68 USDM Dash; And even though I have a 68 USDM dash (the photo in the back of the white wagon) I don't remember ...
I’d love to see photos of your L28ET installation. I bought a 68 4 dr car years ago that had an L28ET. It used an S30 front X-member with rearward strut rods and the tunnel was cut out quite a bit - right up into the cowel making the sock wiper linkage inoperable and as noted the shifter was back qu...
- 16 Apr 2018 06:19
- Forum: Classifieds
- Topic: 68 510 for Sale Central California
- Replies: 2
- Views: 209
That’s a bit of a strange one, as it’s either a 69 with later side marker lights, or the really odd chance that the chassis is a 70 or later that some one has installed a 69 dash into. But I don’t see anything 68 in the car. The one thing that’s really hard to change is the cowel- this car has tande...
What's really cool is that these tires are available in; 185 & 205/60-13 ($120-135) 185/60-14 ($130) 195 & 205/50-15 ($135-155) 205 & 225/45-16 ($155-175) There is no official Canadian Nankang site, but these dealers are listed as carrying the AR-1's; https://www.canadawheels.ca/nankang-...
Found an interesting read on a personal experience with these tires in a track day situations, the guys seams fairly competent; http://www.trackhq.com/forums/f296/nankang-ar-1-review-9935/ Keith, have you ever had tires rotate on the rims like this? I’ve never marked on to track it, but I will now! ...
- 04 Apr 2018 06:34
- Forum: Project Builds
- Topic: "Hey" my daily driven race car!
- Replies: 159
- Views: 16546
mattyhacks71 wrote:That looks sweet. What size are those tires?
13x7 - Zero offset....
Jeff, I’m surprised that these fit under the front fenders. Currently do you have 205/60’s mounted? Remind me again what you are running for struts and hubs up front? Thanks.
- 03 Apr 2018 09:28
- Forum: Powertrain
- Topic: Muffler selection. Magic solution needed.
- Replies: 13
- Views: 473
Jim, it's a great question - really. I look at my family hauling Armada - I have four kids so that size of vehicle is necessary (and it pulls the 510 on the trailer really well as a bonus on track days!). But to be honest, I just replaced the whole system from the cat back a few months ago. The pipe...
- 03 Apr 2018 08:44
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Photo Files too large? Resize Photos...
- Replies: 5
- Views: 508
OK, It's time to update this thread, as the question keeps coming up on how to make photos smaller and we have to keep up with the changing technology. I'm certainly not a techie kind of guy, but I do use this tool often. This is for PC users - The previously noted image resizer above worked for all...