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well that sounds very helpful. my current aftermarket fan is an 18" 2 3/4" pitch. assuming pitch means the width of the fan. i may be able to get away with 2" but it sounds like the 226 might be my best bet.
there is hope. lol
69 bee 383 stroked with CVR serpentine belt and vintage air. car was a non a/c car.
radiator is a glen ray 22" i am trying to fit a 18" 7 blade fan in.
i have not enough clearance. with a 2" spacer i am about a 1/16" away from my a/c compressor. but that puts me 1/16" away from the...
does anyone have pictures of there super bee with 295/50 15 10" rims rear , and 235/60 15 on 8" rims in front.
this is the set up i was going for but would like to make sure it looks the way i want it too.
i will most likely go with wheel vintique 500"s maybe torque thrust.
hey guys, heres what i have. 69' super bee 383 , 500+ hp ,air conditioning(vintage air), and 4 speed.
no existing radiator. opening in front is for a 22" .
been mostly looking on classic industries for radiators.
my dilema is i have no idea what radiator to get. ive read the posts on here about...
I have been reading this thread and am very happy i found it. this is exactly the setup i was looking for. although i originally wanted to go with the torque thrust rims seeing your pictures of the magnum 500's i have changed my mind. love that look. my only question is, and forgive me if I...
looks pretty good. do i only need to cut out for that bottom piece. how is the drip rail area. is it rusted through at all. can you ship through fastenal? also is that bondo around headlight housing or just a rust spot
i have the patch already. how is it around headlight housing and is i fairly straight along the length. if you could get me more pics I would appreciate it. inside, front and whatever would be important to see. thank you
I would suggest
Kilpatrick Engine and Transmission
2301 Badger Dr, Waukesha, WI 53188
its in Wisconsin but Jim will hook you up with a quality build. may be pricey but you wont regret it. Mopar specialist.
He built my 383 stroker turn key ready. hes pretty well known