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Tech Torque Pre 1973 / Re: Styled steel wheels / 66 Coupe
« Last post by Micks66coupe on Today at 04:16:42 PM »
Thanks Dave I know what you mean about tyre fitters like everything else there are good and bad ones, are you running 6" or 7" rims and what profile are the tyres mate? Yours is a fastback, do they have more rear guard clearance than the coupe body style? 15" rims would give me more tyre choices.
Tech Torque Pre 1973 / Re: Styled steel wheels / 66 Coupe
« Last post by Bucks on Today at 04:05:51 PM »
I have the 15" ones with hardly any balance weights on them, could come down to the quality of tyre people are putting on the rims, I have 225s on the rear, it just touches the lip of the rear guard going over a big bump with a full tank of fuel. fronts are 215s and no touching at all.
Tech Torque Pre 1973 / Styled steel wheels / 66 Coupe
« Last post by Micks66coupe on Today at 03:51:36 PM »
Looking at a set of Ford Styled steel wheels for our coupe, from what I have read these wheels can be troublesome to get balanced. Any others running these wheels is it an issue? Not sure size wise yet either 14 x 6 or 15 x 6,(tyre size recommendations welcome) have got stock guards that haven't been rolled and as they have the aluminium wheel arch trims I'd rather not roll them.
Technical - General / Re: 1968 Heater fan not working
« Last post by barnett468 on Today at 03:19:09 PM »
disconnect the fan then connect 12 volts directly to it to make sure it works properly.

if it works properly connect 12 volts to the appropriate different posts on the resistor to make sure it works.

clean the crap out of the posts on the  fuse box the fan fuse mounts in. you can have a dirty connection that shows 12 volts but wont run the fan. ask me how i know this, lol.

Mustang Chat Room / Re: Fuel Range.??
« Last post by Sharkierulz on Today at 11:50:09 AM »
Fuel consumption cruising at 110km/h (yes I know cruise says 115 and the analog speedo says 120 .... but the actual GPS verified speed at 115 on cruise is between 110 and 111)

8.7l/100km when cruising  :event: It has since gotten even a bit better now that it has 7000km on the clock.

In town with its current mods and moderatly aggresive driving I'm getting 18.7l/100km!!!!!!  :cry:
Mustang Chat Room / Re: Fuel Range.??
« Last post by GLENN 70 on Today at 09:09:14 AM »
60 litre tank . Hwy driving at 100 kph around 8.5 litres  or better per 100 klm . The V8 is very good on fuel on a hwy run .
Mustang Chat Room / Fuel Range.??
« Last post by wiradjuri on Today at 06:58:22 AM »
G"Day All,
I know it depends on how its driven but what sort of range are you getting from a tank of fuel and how big is the fuel tank.??
Im interested mainly in highway travel at speed limit of course in standard mode.
Vehicle has just under 2000klms on it so far.
Mustang Chat Room / Re: RTA Mustang plates
« Last post by wiradjuri on Yesterday at 09:43:22 PM »
G"Day Mate,
Why do you suggest I not use them.??
Members Cars / Re: Time to start my rebuild project
« Last post by LEE H 69 on Yesterday at 09:18:31 PM »
Sorry Brian, I'll try harder next :grin: :ouch:
ok .I'm away working at the moment so all good.
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