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I remember about a year ago the owner of 460ford.com was whinning about the cost of the site and members begged him to let them help out. He refused any help. And then maybe a few months later was demanding money. I thought that was kind of strange. So
not sure if i'm allowed to put links to flea-bay but came across this tonight.. my question is will this fit a short snout bbf crank shaft? what is the short snout a 351w?? sorry for the dumb question. thanks
Okay, on a ford truck forum someone told me that a single pattern cam wasn't going to make my 460 happy. http://www.lunatipower.com/Product.aspx?id=2287&gid=245 What do you think? Its pretty radical if you ask me and my engine will probably love it.
This '57 Ford I'm finishing up is going to require a remote oil filter. I believe I'm going to order the adapter from L & L. It looks like a really nice piece. I'm wondering what size lines are required for this, -6, -8, or maybe even a -10? I know
What is the correct factory length on rear lower control arms. Thanks, Steve