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  1. hdcowboy
    12-02-2011 12:54 AM - permalink
    hdcowboy
    addendum... i cant find anywhere that says what the pinion was from factory nor which angle, any ideas where I could look
  2. hdcowboy
    12-02-2011 12:51 AM - permalink
    hdcowboy
    thanks... a little confusion here the pinion from the driveshaft / pinion u joint when we say "pinion down" is that the joint is down or up? currently after cutting floor for tranny and exhaust, everything is described left to right standing at drivers door, engine/tranny are down 2.6 degrees, driveshaft is down 1 degree and pinion shaft goes up 1.8 degrees into diff.... should the pinion be rolled to be parallel with engine tranny angle? like roll axle clockwise 4.4 degrees? (again looking from drivers side) after we cover this one maybe you might not mind fielding axle/ tire sise questions ? :-) thanks in advance for your time. Doc
  3. blkfrd
    09-13-2011 03:45 PM - permalink
    blkfrd
    Just need to cut out about a 2" long piece from the top of the upper trans mount in the tunnel. I had original spot welds adjacent to both cuts so I didn't have to tack weld anything. Sorry for not replying sooner. 3.5 degrees in front and 1.8 degrees in back will be enough difference to cause vibrations as I recall. 1.8 degrees for the pinion sounds low.
  4. hdcowboy
    08-16-2011 12:01 AM - permalink
    hdcowboy
    read about cutting floor for t5 angle. any insight as i am pretty sure i have to revisit this due to vibration angles are 3.5 down .3 up and 1.8 down (trans,shaft,pinion) thanks in advance Doc

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    Tracy Blackford: Anaheim Hills, Ca
    www.pacificthunderperformance.com
    65 Mustang, 331 custom built with 289 H beam rods and 383W piston, 282S cam, self-ported '70 351w heads, T5z, 9" w/3.89s. 430 [email protected]

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07-10-2019
11:38 AM - blkfrd quoted GT350HR in post Re: Lessons learned from 331 build using 289 length rods
Tracey, I may have al...
07-09-2019
11:50 AM - blkfrd quoted Rick289 in post Re: Lessons learned from 331 build using 289 length rods
Hi Just a few comments on y...
06-17-2018
03:01 PM - 68sportcoup quoted blkfrd in post Re: Adjustable Strut Rods
Don't worry about it. Bene...
08-02-2016
09:10 PM - Mason81 quoted blkfrd in post Re: 77 T-bird camshaft replacement (wiped lobe)
My dad had a '76 tbird whic...
07:10 PM - blkfrd quoted Mason81 in post Re: 77 T-bird camshaft replacement (wiped lobe)
I definitely plan on that. I...
06-15-2016
01:16 PM - blkfrd quoted PSIG in post Re: New Item - Strut Rod and LCA in one
You have two intersecting...
06-14-2016
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