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  1. 493 Mike

    Factory floor panel sealant:

    I would recommend complete removal of the old sealant and replacement with new/better sealant. Mike
  2. 493 Mike

    stiffening rear frame rails ...make this sense ??

    With a manual transmission I think it is a good idea. Not to hard to fabricate/install either. Mike
  3. 493 Mike

    Oil Pan - RB Engine with Rack-n-Pinion Steering

    Have you checked on the Milodon road race pan? Mike
  4. 493 Mike

    3 SPDR. Wiper motor color?

    Just a correction here fellas. That is a yellow zinc chromate finish. Mike
  5. 493 Mike

    68 Satellite headers

    I like the Dougs 2". Mike
  6. 493 Mike

    70 Rally speedometer issue

    Did you lube the cable? Pull it out from the top, inspect, and lube if you haven't. Retest. Mike
  7. 493 Mike

    1969 Plymouth Fury I Police Car

    I serviced some of these back in the 70s. Even with 60,000 miles on them, they drove like a slot car and had a ton of power! Mike
  8. 493 Mike

    stiffening rear frame rails ...make this sense ??

    No reason you can't. You could stitch weld a horizontal strip of steel maybe 1-2" below the flanges, even use a "T" shape piece to gain more strength. Do you need extra strength? How much horse power are you planning? Mike
  9. 493 Mike

    neutral safety switch. 70 roadrunner.

    Just pull straight off. Mike
  10. 493 Mike

    Restore trunk lid .... any idea how to do it ?

    WOW! No one could ask for a better answer to the OPs question. Mike
  11. 493 Mike

    Restore trunk lid .... any idea how to do it ?

    If the outer skin is solid, you could grind the fold over thru and cut the reinforcement up into the unrusted area and remove the rusted section. Then fabricate (or hire someone to) a replacement and weld it in. If the fold over piece of the outer skin is wanted, a strip of metal could be welded...
  12. 493 Mike

    neutral safety switch. 70 roadrunner.

    Check the shift linkage for wear/maladjustment first. If it works in neutral it should do so in park position. It could also be a problem with the rooster comb inside although I've never seen one in my 50 odd years of working on Torqueflites. Mike
  13. 493 Mike

    Fusible link Question

    Different fusible links have different ratings. What are you trying to protect? Yes a fuse will provide the same protection. Mike
  14. 493 Mike

    Steering wheel resto

    Check with Charlie Quarters. He's in Michigan but I don't know his address. Mike
  15. 493 Mike

    Headlight Plug/Socket

    Try these guys. I bought the ceramic 12 Ga. for the halogens I replaced the OEMs with-what a difference! Mike http://www.autolumination.com/wiring-electrical-connectors/light-bulb-bases-sockets-connectors-harnesses-plugs/hdl/headlight-foglight-connectors.htm
  16. 493 Mike

    Spark plug burn - check it out

    Was it just one plug? I'm leaning toward flame front and plug orientation in the chamber. Mike
  17. 493 Mike

    Can someone explain this ?

    Antisieze is your friend! Mike
  18. 493 Mike

    Can someone explain this ?

    You have entered the "Twilight Zone". Mike
  19. 493 Mike

    69 GTX... acorns in the motor......confirmed

    From your photos I can't see what you have to lose. Fire it up! Is the exhaust plugged up too? Mike
  20. 493 Mike

    Return spring - 904 torqueflite

    That's what I asked about in post#4. Commercially made adapters are available from Holley and probably Edelbrock. Mike
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