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  1. Big-Foot

    the Steinard MK3 takes shape

    Looks great Kaspa!!!
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    Mark's GT-R Build

    I’m not sure how I missed these notes on Mark’s thread..... What a Terrible loss... My prayers for his family and the community...
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    Jokes anyone? -

    This is just too funny.... I’m in the process of installing a tow bar on the front of our Jeep Wrangler Rubicon to tow it behind our motorhome. I WILL be looking into a spare tire cover like this... -edit- Found one...
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    Chuck and Ryan's RCR Build

    RainX makes a formula specific to plastic and that might make your wiper “slide” a little easier. Frequent wipes of the wiper blade with isopropyl alcohol will help too...
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    Paul From New Orleans

    Welcome to GT40s.com Paul... A number of builds in progress. Look in the RCR sponsored forums and in the Build Logs forum..
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    Mitch Krause's RCR GT40 Build

    As I posted on the video:: Fabulous Mitch!!! The popping will go away after the engine warms up and if it still pops back a little, you can generally tune that out with the idle fuel mixture screws to richen it up a little...
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    Brett's RS GTD

    Good to read you Brett!
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    Please Post your location

    Welcome to GT40s.com!
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    Gravity Racer, take III

    I love this build.... Had you given any thought to a cable-pulley steering ala-SoapBox-Derby? How much caster angle are you building in? Might have a bearing on steering centering..
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    Ford Transit

    Aero? We don’t need no steenking aero!!!!
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    McLaren replica build base on a Manta

    Bravo!!!!! Excellent work!
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    Pass in time for summer.

    Congratulations!!!! Well done indeed!
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    Trailer - Need Recommendations / Advice

    Torsion axles are known for a better ride and also lower trailer height. That said, sprung axles cann easily be dampened by adding shock absorbers at each wheel. However, you have many more wear points with shackles, rockers, etc. If you go this route, look into MorRyde’s Wet-Bolt and thick...
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    Charlie Whiting.

    May he rest in peace... God’s grace to his family and friends!
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    New RCR 40 Build in Texas

    Congratulations and welcome to the GT40s.com family!
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    Which Water Pump - 1971 Ford 302

    Realizing this is slightly off-topic to the OPs question about 1971 302 - There is one timing cover not shown in the handy chart above. That’s the late Mustang 5.0 cover that also saw use in the Ford Explorer and Mercury Mountaineer. This is a very short cover/pump assembly that would work well...
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    Another GT in town...

    Funny stuff.... Moved to Paddock.
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    Bill's CAV #193 Build - Canadian Made

    I was looking at something similar on my car sometime back. I came to the conclusion that I would have to hinge the nostril panel at the front or I would have to cut too much material from the bottom of the nostrils (close to the rad & fans). My thought was to implement hidden horse-shoe hinges...
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    McLaren M20#73

    You may have some success with using a brake wheel cylinder hone and light oil to hone that retainer back to size. I’ve used that method successfully in the past..
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    GT40 Floorpanel, Tankpanels

    If you intend on selling parts and products to our members here, you need to become a Vendor. See the Support GT40s link on the left side of the menu bar above or contact Ron Earp the forum owner. Thank you.
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