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  1. GA65GT
    01-27-2013 02:25 PM - permalink
    GA65GT
    Just wanted to say hello to another local Mustang enthusiast.
  2. MWM
    12-30-2012 02:27 PM - permalink
    MWM
    Bryan,
    Did you install the GT crush tubes that you made? I am considering a set and would like to know dimensions for installation etc.
    Thank you,
    William
  3. bryancobb
    08-09-2012 07:06 AM - permalink
    bryancobb
    don't have any specs other than size.
  4. 1997LT4SSCamaro
    08-08-2012 04:26 PM - permalink
    1997LT4SSCamaro
    Looks like you are having lots of enjoyment with that SS, Bryon. I am retired and plan on driving mine now. Do you have the specs for the B F Goodrich Comp T/A 275/40ZR17? Thanks Gary
  5. bryancobb
    08-07-2012 05:06 AM - permalink
    bryancobb
    Mine is an accurate imposter. I bought a salvage SS that was totaled and made my 3.4 into an SS imposter. It has over 250 thousand miles on it.
  6. 1997LT4SSCamaro
    08-06-2012 06:18 PM - permalink
    1997LT4SSCamaro
    Bryan I am in the same place as you. while searching for B F Goodrich Comp T/A P275/40ZR17 Your post came up. I blew one yesterday and need a replacement. My SS is a 1977 LT4 built by SLP with only 5800 miles. What is yours.
  7. Scott
    03-26-2012 10:27 PM - permalink
    Scott
    thanks. You are right. the metal frame itself is bent. I am going to replace the top so i think i will take of the old top and deal with just the frame. I fixed the pumped and hydraulics 10 years ago with my dad and that works fine. To fix the Metal. Do i have to heat it up to bend it or should i just Start hitting it against another piece of metal until i get what i want. THe left clap is not that good. Someone put a new bolt through it it. Are there any manual specifically designed for tops. I just seems to me that the metal bent and it needs to be fixed. I will see some pics tomorrow.
    Once again thanks for your time
    aloha
  8. Scott
    03-25-2012 09:16 PM - permalink
    Scott
    Hello my name is scott jones. I was directed to you because of a earlier post about mustang tops. I have a 66 conv. I am fixing the top. every since i bought this car at 16 the rain and wind comes through at the middle above the rear view mirror. My idea is to put a clamp there. Similar to a new porch setup. ITs one large clap. Have you done anything like this before and help provide some insight.
    THanks so much
    I am a pilot as well. I have my instrument and private multi engine

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  • About bryancobb
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    SSgt Air Force Munitions, Wo2 Army Pilot, Georgia State Trooper, BSMET Mechanical Engineering Tech
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    Cartersville, GA
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    Flying Helicopters and instructing in Light Sport Aircraft
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    Boiler / Pressure Vessel Designer

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