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  • lonewolf
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    Looks good. If you are like me, those will become the best welds you have ever done and no one will ever see them.

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  • Mike65
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    Originally posted by ford84stepside View Post
    I love to work with clean rust free metal. Looks good Mike.
    Thanks, the area was covered with undercoating so I heated it & then scraped it off & used a small angle grinder cleaned the rest off to get to bare metal.

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  • ford84stepside
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    I love to work with clean rust free metal. Looks good Mike.

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  • Mike65
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    Today was a beautiful day so I put the Mustang back up on ramps in the rear & jack stands in the front so I could clean the rear frame rails where the sub frame connectors will weld to.
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  • ford84stepside
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    Looks great! Looks like you used the same type loom I used, I didn't feel like the ribbed loom would look good in my older car. One thing I did do, at the end of each loom, I wrapped it in black vinyl tape to keep it from fraying and looking bad. Was going to use black shrink wrap on the ends, but got carried away and forgot it....

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  • SteveLaRiviere
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    Nice and tidy.

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  • blue34
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    very nice job Mike ! I`ll let you rewire my car anytime !!!!!!

    Keith

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  • lonewolf
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    Looks good Mike.

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  • Ryan Wilke
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    Nice wire wrapping, Mike!

    Ryan

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  • Mike65
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    Today was a rainy day & I could not do anything outside so I spent some time in the garage wrapping the engine bay harness.

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  • Mike65
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    Thanks guys.

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  • Ryan Wilke
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    Originally posted by Mike65 View Post
    Thanks guys. I still need a starter, exhaust system, either EFI, or a carb, install my DIY sub frame connectors, purchase new aftermarket gauges, & run the fuel lines. It is getting closer.
    Hey Mike,
    The fan install looks like it was factory! Keep up the fantastic progress!

    Ryan

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  • ford84stepside
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    Looking good! Keep pecking at it, you’ll probably be driving it before I get mine back out.

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  • Mike65
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    Thanks guys. I still need a starter, exhaust system, either EFI, or a carb, install my DIY sub frame connectors, purchase new aftermarket gauges, & run the fuel lines. It is getting closer.

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  • SteveLaRiviere
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    Really getting there!

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