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  1. 71Beeper

    My GY8 '71 Road Runner

    You got this Chad!
  2. 71Beeper

    Dash pad recovering

    Or you can try and do it yourself just like this guy did.
  3. 71Beeper

    71 rrunner door window install

    I did a writeup over on the Roadrunner nest website when I did my 1971 Runner. Startin to work on the Clone Runner (it's PAINTED!) - Page 16 - Road Runner Nest Start at the bottom of page 16. I've since brought the rest of the project on this website as well - see the members project section.
  4. 71Beeper

    I may have hot tanked the wrong oil pan...

    Look into getting a Kevko pan. Oil Pans - Mopar - 318-340 / 360: Street, Drag, Road Race I have this one on my 71 Runner - no issues with fitment.
  5. 71Beeper

    My 1971 Road runner

    Thanks Chad - I see that you are almost ready to shoot some paint...:thumbsup:
  6. 71Beeper

    My 1971 Road runner

    So I did some investigating and it turns out my existing shroud may be for a truck application. The part number on the shroud is 2828288. While I wait for the correct shroud to show up I had time to install the pinion snubber and the rubber rear flex line. I also got a chance to put in the...
  7. 71Beeper

    My 1971 Road runner

    I did see that info on Mancini' site Chad - thanks for that. I also see that you can get one thru Brewer's. Since I've bought enough 4 speed parts from them, I'll get this one from them too.
  8. 71Beeper

    Original Tuff Wheel Size?

    The larger steering wheel is better if you have a manual steering set-up. Power steering works fine with the smaller wheel.
  9. 71Beeper

    Suggestions for repairing back seat tear 71 Charger

    You can try to fill that void with something like this. Use a popsicle stick to fill the void. Then, once dry the seam can be gone over with a black Sharpie to make it less conspicuous. Don't forget that material is over 50 years old - not a pliable as it once was.
  10. 71Beeper

    B body small block headers.

    Here are Doug's headers mounted on the small block.
  11. 71Beeper

    My 1971 Road runner

    While waiting for my flex lines to come in I cleaned up the rad and fan shroud. The part number tells me this 22" rad came in 1972 340 cars. Gave it and the shroud a spray paint. Go to install it. Shroud first. Next, the rad. Go to mount the shroud and oh oh, Houston we have a...
  12. 71Beeper

    My GY8 '71 Road Runner

    I'm just yankin your chain Chad......:poke:
  13. 71Beeper

    My GY8 '71 Road Runner

    Something like this?
  14. 71Beeper

    My GY8 '71 Road Runner

    :lol: This is your last chance to switch to a high impact color Chad - what say you?
  15. 71Beeper

    What size is the dowel pin in steering column coupler?

    If you don't want to pound that roll pin back in you can do what I did. I used a 5/16-18 set screw in place of the roll pin. Just ran a 5/16 tap down the hole first and install along with some Loctite.
  16. 71Beeper

    door Window install

    I did a writeup over on the Roadrunner nest website when I did my 1971 Runner. Startin to work on the Clone Runner (it's PAINTED!) - Page 16 - Road Runner Nest Start at the bottom of page 16. I've since brought the rest of the project on this website as well - see the members project section.
  17. 71Beeper

    1970 383 in 1969 Charger Not Running Right

    You are correct - no filter after the pump.
  18. 71Beeper

    1970 383 in 1969 Charger Not Running Right

    Road Grabber - I put the filter there as it is easy accessible as well as catching anything before it hits the fuel pump. Filters like that shouldn't have any restriction in fuel flow.
  19. 71Beeper

    1970 383 in 1969 Charger Not Running Right

    Fuel filter before the pump.
  20. 71Beeper

    Brake line route

    John, I think all North American Mopar rear brake lines are routed on the drivers side. In the case on my 71 Runner, from the rear flex line it runs up inside the drivers side rear wheel well. Here it's above the front leaf spring mount. From there it runs under the door sill to the front...
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