Mustang Car Rotisserie Assembly 1965-1993
This adjustable rotisserie is going to allow you to perform a more thorough
restoration on your Mustang
by allowing you to lift it off the ground and rotate it 360 degrees so you
have access to the underside.
Assembly of the rotisserie will require several tools, so make sure to have
what is listed before starting. You'll begin by adding a few bolts and
installing the leg extension to the upright. You'll then install the
casters, which allow the rotisserie to move easily, but stay in place when
the brakes are locked. Bill then shows how to install the jack and pivot
tube, followed by the upper T bar. Lastly, you'll want to install the
attachment arms with the threaded nuts facing upwards.
Once you finish with the one side, assembly of the other side is almost the
same with only a couple exceptions. Bill then shows how to position the
rotisserie underneath your car and the locations for attaching it to your
Mustang. To rotate the car
once it is attached, you'll want to losoen the bolts on the back of the
rotisserie. Then you'll spring back the geared stop and lock it in place,
which will allow you to turn the car.
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my 67 mustang resto
this is my 67 stang. here are pics of the car from start to a few pics i
took a few days ago, along with a few vids. enjoy.
TIG Welding 4130 Chrome-moly Tubing
Todd Bevis, chassis engineer, Cagnazzi Racing
(http://www.cagnazziracing.com), discusses TIG welding 4130 chrome-moly
tubing on an NHRA Pro Stock dragster. Read the whole how-to article here:
Sub frame, Installing Mustang II susp. for studebaker Part 5
Special thanks to "My freind Pete" from Southwest Rod and Customs (swrnc).
Great video series, helped me install the "butterfly" motor mounts; gave
help over the phone with attaching the sub-frame.Thanks to Al's Mobile
welding, St. Pete., FL , great service, professional work, excellent price!
Bolt-in Independent Front Suspension from Speedway Motors
This crossmember, for 1935-40 Fords, is entirely bolt-on and requires no
welding whatsoever! Based on the Mustang II geometry, this IFS
crossmember features threaded adjusters to fine tune ride height, an
interlocking design for ultimate strength and boxing plates to reinforce
the frame. Check it out on our website:
1973 Mach 1 Races the 71 Fastback Project - Ross's 1971 Mustang 429 Fastback - Day 311 - Part 4
Day 311 - Part 5 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3nshMbr0ck
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70-74 Camaro Hotchkis Subframe Connectors Install /Narration
Please click the "watch in high quality" link under the video for better
Narrated by: John Hotchkis
Here's a video w/narration of how to install Hotchkis Sport Suspension
Subframe Connectors for 1970-1974 Chevy Camaro / Pontiac Firebird (Part #
For more info visit: http://www.hotchkis.net