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About crayZlair

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  1. I don't think that it matters too much, as long as your are not too extreme. The u-joints will take care of the transmission to driveshaft angle. I see that you have a '76. The fuel injection doesn't care either, unlike carburetor bowls and floats.
  2. You would probably have to make each layer a separate .pdf. Extra work, but It would make things easier to trace.
  3. Try Summit Racing Gas Tank Sending Unit
  4. A picture is all I have.
  5. Reverse the above mentioned procedure to tighten the nuts. Works well for the half shafts also.
  6. I think that you will find out that you would be better off having the parts shipped across the border. Customs is a nightmare! The stories that I could tell........................
  7. I've been running a non-competitive '76 280 since 1982 :stupid: There was a National Tour event in Toledo this year........I finished about 8 seconds behind ( 2 day event) Larry