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due to having a couple of us looking for bits , we've doubled up on a couple of bits and brought a couple of wrong bits :roll:

ford pop front spindles ( a mate brought a pair for me as well :lol: ) £20

slash cut zoomie headers BIG , don't know what they fit but there NOT for a big block mopar :roll: ....... swap or sell £60

sliding gearbox /prop joint for a 904 mopar box , i need a 727 one , swap or sell £20

these are the prices i /mate's paid ,

i'll get some pics up tommorow

cheers phil :)
 

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The zoomies might be Hemi pattern, why don't you just change the Flange dude
(Yes i said Flange , and now for the word that suits it most....... Moist !)
 

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The zoomies might be Hemi pattern, why don't you just change the Flange dude
(Yes i said Flange , and now for the word that suits it most....... Moist !)
they're very narrow , about 5 inches short for my engine ....

that was my thought aswell , just thought i'd offer them up before i start cutting away ................

and flange is a great word :lol:

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Prop please Phil If its 100% 904 :tup:
no worries :tup:

it's a slide fit rather than the bolt on thats used in the 4x4's and i slide it off a 904 box myself , it's been chopped off at the back end though , i only needed the front slide ....

i know for a fact it doesn't fit a 727 :lol:

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The zoomies might be Hemi pattern, why don't you just change the Flange dude
(Yes i said Flange , and now for the word that suits it most....... Moist !)
don't forget, if you do anything to the flange, you might need to think about a gusset.........
 
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