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If you're good at body work, you might get your money back, but I'm not so I'd walk away if it were me
Also Grant makes an aftermarket tuff wheel thats a bit smaller and it's a direct bolts on no adapter needed. I put it on my Challenger and like it...
I'm using a Grant kit with no issues
Hey all, anyone the NC Traid area have a flywheel I can use to test run my motor? It doesn't have to be in good shape, it just has to have a good...
It does help with the blind spot!;)
One thing to consider is that the ports don't quite match, but it's a pretty easy to fix this by taking a die grinder to the manifold.
Thanks guys it's a 73 Challenger
I took my car out today to wash and when I tried to close the window it wouldn't go up. Upon closer inspection I noticed that both the front...
Are those Speedmaster AKA Procomp?
Well took a look at my pedals without the pads
As you all can see the pedal itself has tappered ends but
When shown with the...
I have a 73 Challenger that has the square pads as seen in the 1st photo I posted. I also have the bezels for the tappered pads. My question is...
So are you saying the pedals on my car are are tapered. If that's the case I could just get some tapered pads
Oops I ment to say don't think they will fit. The B body pads look narrower
Looking at the picture of these pedals pad for these bezels I think they will fit
I agree, thats what I was going for. I bought a full kit for the gas, clutch, brake, and parking brake. That was before I knew it was a...
Here's a picture of the type of pads I have
Thanks Steve, are you sure they will fit?
Does anyone know of a source of metal bezels for the square 73-74 E body clutch pedals pads?
The big hole isn't big enough for the tab, but it is the right size for the screw. If the nozzle on hood the picture of the link are installed...