I am wondering what I should do regarding the body ounts for the Austin. The origibnal plan was to weld this angle peice on (pictured), weld the sheet metal floor to that and then bolt the floor to the chassis outriggers with some rubber stripping between the two. But, I am told that it is...
narrowed Mk2 jag rear axle LSD 44 and 1/4 inches from hub face to hub face , spax shock's , etc ... £300 ono
hemi ?? zoomies pics on my other thread £60
spindle mount front wheels & tyres , steel spoked ,transit hub size ?? £80
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i'm after ford pop spindle mounts ,BB...
Before I fork out for a pair of brand new ones, anyone got a pair of 302 Ford V8 engine mounts? engine is out of an '89 mustang, doesnt have to be from that car, anything that fits considered!
im thinking of useing these engine mounts http://www.cbsonline.co.uk/universal-engine-or-gearbox-mount-large-engmnt2-1016-p.asp for my car but would like to know if this type of mount can be used at an angle of about 45 degrees ? As I have normally seen them mounted horizontal on traditional rods
I am looking for ideas mount a SBC to a mk5 cortina crossmember, has anyone got any thoughts or even pictures, or even better if someone has some lying around that they would like to sell :incheek:. All help is greatfully appreciated.
For sale a pair of 15 x 4 Weld spindle mount front rims, Ex Tiki Monkey. Suit Anglia/Pop spindles.
They are in near mint condition.
Come with uniroyal 125's with very minimal wear.
I've always wanted a set of Welds and they do look the muts nuts but won't go with the look of the car anymore...
Putting my feelers out right now. After a pair of spindle mounts to suit a pop spindle. Currently running Weld spindle mounts ( up for sale soon) though i'm after something a little different. Possibly ET12 spoke or a pair of wires, WHY!!!!!.
Anything out there????????
wanted a pair of 58-64 chevy engine frame mounts, not the bonded rubber part but the lower part that bolts to the chassis, must be for a V8 model as straight six mounts are a differant size,