The Jalopy Journal
Bingo! You are a genius!!!!
This is primarily a restoration so I'd prefer not to do something so invasive.
I really like that Marty because it doesn't put a bending force into the weld! Very smart approach.
I think I can picture this based upon the verbal description, but a photo would be great too!
The big end appears to be a 1.120" spline of some...
'50 Ford Shoebox steering box is what I have. Will the steering/Pitman arm from a truck box fit and is it longer than the passenger car arm?
Yes. I tried the FatMan Volvo conversion and it didn’t fit my application. A longer steering arm is the easiest way but I would prefer not to...
You mean gain clearance by omitting the engine? I'd like the arm to be longer than stock anyhow.
I have a car with a 1950 Shoebox Ford Steering box. Are there any longer steering arms that might fit from another car or truck that use the same...
Thanks, it has been quite a journey. Still fiddling with that last 2% but it runs and drives pretty well. Looks like the clutch slave cylinder...
I had that same problem and the engine shop had to make a spacer. It was just barely touching. I’ve got a 331 block with a 390 crank and not sure...
Recent photo. Taking care of a few small squawks yet, but nothing significant!
Here is my car pretty much done! Just a few small bugs to work out but it seems to run and drive OK now.
Melling says that the 365 and 390 use the CASC-2
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