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Tech- - STEERING WHEELS AND SUSPENSION / shackled up
« on: June 08, 2009, 08:01:21 PM »
68 fury iii i want to change to coil springs and air shocks on the rear...ny suggestions




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  ok guys i just bought my first mopar...1968 plymouth fury iii...75000 original miles good running car with a straight body.  picked it up for 700 bucks and drove it 100 miles to my house.  i am a firm believer in not giving wylwood or ssbc 800 bucks for a conversion so...
my question is what year model of what car do i want to get the front brake rotors, lines, and master cylinder for or out of so i can make a clean painless swap.  i would like to be able to use the factory spindles if at all possible...help me out guys!!!i really appreciate it.



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Tech- - ELECTRICAL / all the dash electronics...1968 furyIII
« on: June 06, 2009, 04:46:25 PM »
thanks you guys i appreciate it.  yes the dash wiring has been hacked...not too badly though...i am really confused about the turn signals though...i dont hear the flasher engaging or anything when the turn signal is engaged,,,i am a rat rodder by rep so i dont have a problem tearing in and rewiring everything...however i would rather keep as much of the factory harness as possible.  thanks for all of the welcomes folks...will post a pic as i roll with it.


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Tech- - ELECTRICAL / all the dash electronics...1968 furyIII
« on: June 05, 2009, 04:59:39 PM »
Hey everyone I just bought my first mopar project...1968 plymouth fury III with the 318 2 barrell...good solid running car, got a problem though.  none of my dash mounted features work...blower switch, wipers, washer.  none of the factory gauges work...fuel, temp, or the factory volt meter.  just wondering if all of this could be connected or what...the blinkers don't work neither do the flashers, the brake, tail, and headlights all work however...i know a good place to start would be the fuse panel, but i was just wondering if all the problems i listed had some sort of common denominator or something...preciate it guys! 


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