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    Hate you have to redo the hood. It's a lot of...

    Hate you have to redo the hood. It's a lot of work to fix something like this. I know the repair will be like it never even happened considering your high level of quality work.

    At least I know...
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    Jim, how well does the Kilmat work as heat...

    Jim, how well does the Kilmat work as heat insulation? I'm nearing the point where I will be needing to do the same thing. I've never used any of these types of insulation before and trying to...
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    Yes, it's looking very nice indeed! That's going...

    Yes, it's looking very nice indeed! That's going to be a fun car, especially with the big block. You might need slicks on the rear!:cool:
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    Was everything tight when it was mocked up? Even...

    Was everything tight when it was mocked up? Even a little looseness up front would make a big difference by the time you get to the rear.

    Mufflers may have been swapped end to end or side to side...
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    Yeah, nice to hear it was something fairly simple.

    Yeah, nice to hear it was something fairly simple.
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    Definitely not right. All the 700's I've...

    Definitely not right. All the 700's I've installed went in as easily as a TH350. The torque converter made the same 2 clunks going in and always had to be pulled back forward to mate up with the...
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    FWIW - I've had very good luck TIG welding cast...

    FWIW - I've had very good luck TIG welding cast with nickle filler rods. The TIG process seems to help keep cracking at bay. However, I have no proof of that other than my gut based on a little...
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    So much for all the internet chatter about MIG...

    So much for all the internet chatter about MIG welding on 8.8's. I've seen threads where every kind of filler wire imaginable was recommended. Usually followed by "Never had ANY problems".

    The...
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    That looks good. Can't argue with not wanting to...

    That looks good. Can't argue with not wanting to burn up!
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    Count me in on the being glad everything seems to...

    Count me in on the being glad everything seems to be OK.
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    Nice work Jim. The torsion bars look good. Your...

    Nice work Jim. The torsion bars look good. Your car is second one I've seen that (that I remember) uses salvage yard bars. Most I've seen use sprint car parts. I think I remember one in a mag...
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    The old forged axles do look right on an old...

    The old forged axles do look right on an old Ford. Especially if they are drilled. Really shouts Hot Rod.
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    Jim, I just found this thread. I had to...

    Jim, I just found this thread. I had to subscribe to it since I enjoyed your track T build.
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