XF347

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XF347 last won the day on November 20 2014

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  1. Ye mate I did, had a flick through your thread and early on in my build I tried the same way as you and was never happy with it. I ended up making a whole new harness. I think there's pics in my build thread. Utes looking mint too!!
  2. Quality work on an awesome car, reminds me of a Peter Anderson type build not missing any smaller details.
  3. It's page 100 of your thread, this car deserves to be running! good luck mate can't wait for updates!
  4. It's good to see the car from a distance again, I almost forgot it was a nice coupe with all the close up rust pics 👍
  5. Been really slack still, have been driving it a lot though which is a nice change. Gave it a quick scrub today after a drive...
  6. Lookin good, cant wait to see more.
  7. Just posted this in another thread, definitely works but as you say, it isn't permanent.
  8. Baby oil works much the same as ATF on plastics.
  9. Been a bit busy with other things lately, but I will hopefully have updates in January.
  10. Great attention to detail, awesome work mate. Look forward to hearing it running.
  11. At the drive-in - Relationship of command.
  12. While I agree gerg, when I bought this kit I did a lot of reading and found it is very common to use tie rod ends like this on mustangs. The guys in the states have been using similar for a long time without issue. I've had them fitted now for a few years and all I can say is it is one of the better handling x series I've ever driven.
  13. Helps eliminate bump steer with the drop stubs apparently. Sold as a kit from stub tech.
  14. Few photos as I was fitting the hubs.
  15. Thought I would add something different in here, I have 2 inch drop stubs and kings low springs. Although I dont have bump stop plates, you can see that the ball joint angle is still fine.