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Western PA MOD GUY
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posted December 12, 2000 03:15 PM
Call Mario @ 419 229-3278, he is in Lima Ohio. He could jig it up for you.


Limited5
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posted December 12, 2000 08:50 PM
A friend of mine here in Fl. has run a Ford clip for years now on asphalt. He just put a new LeftHander chassis together with the Ford clip and he's been very successful running at New Smyrna Speedway and some others.


CUSTOMPERFORMANCE
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posted December 12, 2000 10:00 PM

i build mods on the small gm metric frame, 68-72 chevelle frame and have built some of the front steer ford mid 80's stubbed cars. they seem to work well. i use the 12" gm impala spindles and rotors with the afco extended upper and lower ball joints in the front with tube uppers. they are a strong frame plus a wide track width. if you want to know more check out my website being built, it has most of the info you will need. any questions email me at web01_99@yahoo.com
website www.hrsapplications.com/cp
richard webster
custom performance


b00
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posted December 12, 2000 10:29 PM
well the car pictured is the first one i built on a ford clip, its basicaly a harris cage and rear clip with the ford stub out front. my newer ones i am working on now are much different than the previous one pictured.


CUSTOMPERFORMANCE
Member
posted December 12, 2000 10:48 PM
the one pictured was built in 98 and i still have it, and its for sale also. needs new body and rear deck, frame is straight, some extra front end misc goes with.


Roadhzrd
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posted December 14, 2000 12:46 AM
I know Lightning has made quite a few ford chassis mods.


GnarlyCar
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posted December 17, 2000 11:02 PM
There's a guy out of Winona, Minnesota building "Dirt-Dueler" modifieds off of Ford front stubs. There are only a few out there right now, but I've raced against them and seen them race a few times in the last few years and have been impressed with thier performance. They're running a z-link-pullbar rear set-up, and seem to be at more of an advantage on dryslick.
The guy building them had a write-up done in the builder's issue of our sanction's racing newspaper last month. According to that, he's a former Ford motor Company chassis engineer, so I guess that's gotta be worth something.
I met him once near the end of the '99 race season..had to go apologize for nerfing him. I lifted so as not to wreck either of us..he seemed grateful for that. Seems like a nice guy and a clean racer.
Anyway, his name is Les Duellman. His ad gives 2 phone numbers.

507-458-5788, days
507-454-8307, evenings

Good luck,
Matt


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