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Tech Torque Pre 1973 / Re: Indicator wonít stay on
« Last post by skev on Today at 08:51:26 AM »
Thanks Al, Iíll drop round when Iíve got time. Is rewiring  the plug a drama?
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Tech Torque Pre 1973 / Re: Indicator wonít stay on
« Last post by big al on Today at 06:53:45 AM »
Greg, I wouldn't waste my time nor money on those cam replacements.
I've tried repairing plenty with them with about a 20% success rate.
Replacing the complete switch is a lot more easier, and time saving in the long run.
I've got them on the shelf if you're interested
Al
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Mustang Chat Room / Re: 65 mustang drum power booster conversion
« Last post by 67FBGT on Yesterday at 10:18:31 PM »
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its the driver who has to adapt to the softer pedal / application compared to the manual system I previously had.
Amen to that, found the same. I upgraded a Mustang from unassisted drum both ends, to power discs up front using the correct booster & pedal, and what a difference. The brakes did grab faster so I had to adjust to that. But the upside was that I no longer had to use all my body weight on the pedal to pull the car up in a panic stop.
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Mustang Chat Room / Re: Replacement headlights
« Last post by 67FBGT on Yesterday at 10:09:45 PM »
Hmm - interesting - looks like 7" is a special order from Supercheap these days, Genex is the brand ???, around $23 I think the website said...
As you say, might pay to put some good quality ones aside as spares.
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Mustang Chat Room / Replacement headlights
« Last post by GLENN 70 on Yesterday at 09:49:09 PM »
Only had one headlight on my 70 last night ,so went to buy one today  :lmao:. Only wanted a 7 inch sealed beam ,just a std Aussie car headlight . Super cheap no ,repo no ,autobarn no ,  a few others no . Yes from eBay $9.95 ea and around  $8 - $13 posting charge 😂 . Hmm will try bursons tomorrow . I'm lucky to drive the car at night a few times a year so not looking to do an upgrade and we know our headlight switches hate stronger lighting .  Might stock up with a few if I can buy some .
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Mustang Chat Room / Re: 65 mustang drum power booster conversion
« Last post by aussie trev on Yesterday at 03:44:25 PM »
You mite want to check the reaction pad in booster.it sits behind the master cylinder rod.  They can flaw into the booster which gives you a long pedal and a sudden brake application
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Tech Torque Pre 1973 / Re: Indicator wonít stay on
« Last post by skev on Yesterday at 03:28:10 PM »
That makes sense, otherwise they
 would have said 1967-1973 I guess
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Tech Torque Pre 1973 / Re: Indicator wonít stay on
« Last post by 68Coupe on Yesterday at 03:10:16 PM »
I think it looks more like this one which is for tilt

https://www.cjponyparts.com/turn-signal-cam-1967-1973/p/HW1535/

Vehicle Fitment Note: This turn signal cam will fit all 1967-1972 Mustangs and 1973 Mustang with tilt steering. If your 1973 Mustang does not have tilt, you will require a different cam (HW2258).

I think thats saying its good for all '67-'72 Mustangs and only the '73 with tilt steering. Only the '73 needs a different cam if it doesn't have tilt.  :smile01:
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Tech Torque Pre 1973 / Re: Indicator wonít stay on
« Last post by skev on Yesterday at 02:44:32 PM »
I think it looks more like this one which is for tilt

https://www.cjponyparts.com/turn-signal-cam-1967-1973/p/HW1535/

This is the one they say to use for non tilt but itís for a 73


https://www.cjponyparts.com/turn-signal-cam-1967-1973/p/HW2258
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