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I just found a picture on the net. I do not have any. Check e-bay.
Those clamps would be the last option on any car I worked on.
Do you have the inner mounts attached to the inner quarter.[ATTACH]
Go to your local DMV and have them run the VIN. If your lucky you might be able to locate the previous owner and get a title applied for.
Where are you getting the VIN off of on the truck?
Yes that would work better plus the headliner is a lot easier to do with all glass out.
The plastic trim that goes around the inside perimeter of the window. It is a lot harder to do with the glass in place. Yes you will have to drill...
Every one will have an opinion on what shock is best. Buy what you like and can afford.
5/16 butyl tape. It is best to install the inside trim first. Nothing attaches to the glass. Not sure what you mean by the lower sill doesn't...
Would not be recommended. Just get the right bolts.
What ever you say Richard.
Sounds right. If it went in all the way that's a good sign. Most of the times when it will not the bearings need to be scrapped for clearance. If...
No sleeves period. More mis-information. There should be two locating dowels dead center front the rear on the block where the intake indexes on....
As long as the bolts are out you can drive a screwdriver between the manifold and head. I prefer to stay away from the port area. Those old paper...
So what is the problem. Put it all together and make sure its all fitting the way it should and weld it up.
What heads? What does the head manufacturer recommend?
Will be nice when done. What are you putting it in?[ATTACH]
It is an aftermarket Hurst. You will have to look for a OEM to see the round style.[ATTACH]
Why.....Really.......So he can understand what the component functions are and how they were wired so he knows what wires go where.
You need a FSM.