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Dr. Diff is awesome in their awesomeness, by the way. I got my 489 case rebuild kit there. Many of the guys on this site buy there.
The spool is cheaper in this instance because there is nothing to it; essentially just a solid steel collar that joins both axels together. The...
The first one of the three choices shown.
Personally I wouldn’t use a spool on the street. With a spool you essentially have a solid axel with no differential.
Engines don’t heal. If you don’t fix the leak it won’t get fixed, simple as that.
I think post #4 has your answer.
“A heck of a lot of money?” My house was a heck of a lot of money. Four speed conversion? Not so much.
With shipping to the arctic I’m in for right around $10k Canadian, so about US$7500.
I got mine from Passon. Kern is right, if you can find a four speed wreck it’s a great way to go because you know everything is compatible. Those...
Looks fine, at least the one in the photo. Could be some sort of lube/anti rust coating.
I’m in the same boat; building a 440 with a .529 lift juice cam.
Ehrenberg recommends stock stamped rockers for up to about .525 lift. I’m gonna...
1970 Coronet two door hard top.
Originally a column shift automatic. I’m converting to pistol grip four speed.
I have the AMD shifter hump piece...
I like paint. I don’t know why, I just prefer it.
I’m painting mine for the stock look. Also the aluminum intake.
I ‘m watching with interest because I’ve heard the same thing about compression re: aluminum heads.
Especially since he already knew the answer that he wanted to hear when he asked the question.
Airplanes are primed.
But I would imagine that it depends on the final product that you are using. Some may require primer, some not.
Primer is everything. Not every primer is the one for aluminum. I use this amazingly toxic stuff that you spray on. It is super thin, even thinner...
That’s a sweet car! I’m in The NWT doing the same exact thing to a ‘70 Coronet. Was 318/904 with 2.93 gears, now 440/727 with 3.23.