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  1. Suspension Rear shocks

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    Where would you find a Sears store? Those days are gone.
  2. Cooling Issues/Radiator needed?

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    I run the '86 Laser wider aluminum T1 radiator, with an aftermarket intercooler located in front. It requires redoing air plumbing, but cools great.
  3. Daytona door handle

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    As far as I know, the doors are the same from '84-93, but we need to confirm that. If so, I have a few spare driver and passenger doors, that I can take the handles from. You may want to get handles from both sides, because of the key tumblers being different during the later years, but...
  4. wtb a555 shifter and cables

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    I haven't heard from you. Do you still want shifter and cables?
  5. wtb a555 shifter and cables

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    I PM'd you. Call me.
  6. 1987 Daytona Shelby Z Project

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    It's so easy to chemically remove the rust, that you should do that first. I've tried the painting over it, with a PUR type paint, method and it ends up having to be redone.
  7. 1987 Daytona Shelby Z Project

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    If the floor doesn't have any holes, consider buying a gallon of EvapoRust, or something similar, and just pouring it onto the bare floor. That way, you don't remove any metal, and create holes.
  8. wtb a555 shifter and cables

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    If no one else can get you the parts, I'm sure I have them, but will need time to dig through my storage shed, which is still snowbound. As for the shafts, I would go with the unequal length setup, and buy them new from the auto parts shops. I've learned that old is just going to fail early.
  9. 1987 Daytona Shelby Z Project

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    Don't waste your time trying to clean old carpet. New carpet is cheap.
  10. CANADA Crab rim wanted

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    I may have one or two laying around. Let me know if you still need one, as I will have to dig them out of the snow, to see what I have.
  11. Rear Battery Box Conversion

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    One of the hardest jobs was finding a place to route the positive cable through the firewall. I decided to make the hole next to the hood release cable, using a drill and knockout cutter. This pic shows the tool and cable pass through that the cable will connect to. On the engine side, it...
  12. Rear Battery Box Conversion

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    I decided to mount the cutoff switch above the battery. I made a box for it. A short positive cable mounts on the inside.
  13. Rear Battery Box Conversion

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    I had to find a good place to mount the ground cable. I decided to drill a hole through the frame, just in front of the driver's side rear spring mount. I used a piece of threaded rod and put nuts on both sides.
  14. Rear Battery Box Conversion

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    This is where I mounted the box. This is how the hold down clamp mounts. I added a bar underneath, to fill in the groove in the deck. The cables are routed through the sides, using grommets.
  15. Rekey Ignition Switch - How To

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    Before you put the locking ring back on, leaving the spring out, put the plastic inner piece and locking ring onto the shaft. They should slide on easily. Now you can put it back together, with the spring in first. Compress it all together and put the lock ring back on. Test that the...
  16. Rekey Ignition Switch - How To

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    Reinsert the turn signal switch and the 3 screws. Make sure the metal arm rides inside the lever's track. Add the 4 way flasher knob.
  17. Rekey Ignition Switch - How To

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    Putting the spring and plastic piece back in is not hard, but you need to make sure it lines up properly. Use a pick tool to keep it from sliding in, when you insert the plastic piece. First put the spring back in. When everything is properly inserted, the end of the spring will line up...
  18. Rekey Ignition Switch - How To

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    I forgot to include these pics.
  19. Rekey Ignition Switch - How To

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    Once you have things working, put springs into the tab holes and close the cover. To put the insert back in, align the indent with the pin. Everything just slides back together. With the new key inserted, the switch should rotate freely, within the housing. If not, you don't have the correct...
  20. Rekey Ignition Switch - How To

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    Removing the tabs is difficult, until it sticks out far enough to grab. I used a pick tool and kept scraping on the inside of the tabs, until they finally started moving. It isn't hard, but can be frustrating. Once you have the correct pins out, try you new key to make sure the side tab move...
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