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4 hours ago, Mattndew76 said:

F250 calipers

 

 

 

Huh... They look just like the GM Metric calipers in our kit? Maybe Ford just used the same design?

 

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Just now noticed another difference though. Our rotors are slip fit reusing the stock hubs, but yours appears to be hub/rotor all in one like most '70s domestics. 

 

4 hours ago, Mattndew76 said:

I have no idea what the rotors are from.

 

Might be a good idea to find out now, in case you ever need one later.  ?

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I made another part and opened my carpet..

 

LMC has this carpet listed and shown as Finished Molded carpet... it’s Uncut and semi molded. 👎🏻

 

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I’m not looking forward  to trimming and sewing the welting onto the fringe of this carpet. 

 

Gotta add snaps or what would you guys do for a removable carpet? Fastener types.

 

 

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So far Neodymium magnets are the pick. I purchased a box of the ( .25 x .50 x 1.0 ). I can sew or glue these to the back  in key areas. 

 

For now I am getting some card stock to do a cut template I can trace on the carpet. 

 

I installed the power steering pump last night, but found that it sits too close to the inner fender. Time to add another item to list for CNC items. 

 

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