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  1. "451 Manifesto"

    Inkjunkie:At least I think that is what it was called. It was an article written by Andy F. I believe. Was on the AREngineering site, but my site appears to be down. Was also in Andy's book about building big block's.....have spent the past week looking for my copy of it......have zero clue where it is....Anyhow, by any chance does anyone have a digital copy of it they might have saved off of his site? Or can someone see if it is just something with my PC by checking to see if the...
  2. How to Install a Bolt In Sprag in a 727

    This unit is a TCI 4 bolt unit. Since no instructions are provided with this. It really was simple. And for $75 a worth while upgrade.Tools:Block of wood 3/16 allen head socket thin blade screwdriver dead blow hammer 3/8 ratchet and extention. First assuming you have your old sprag removed. Take a moment to clean up the area.This sprag here comes from Summit and is TCI brand. For mild street use I felt the 4 bolt was plenty.First inspect new parts. Make sure all the parts are there....
  3. How To A-833 4 Speed Rebuild pics

    I started rebuilding my tranny so I thought that I would post some pics of the process for those thinking about trying this on their own one day...The first couple pictures are of the manuals I would get as they go into perfect detail and step by step instructions for teardown and buildup. Next are pics of the tranny torn down, and the reverse gear tool I made to get the reverse gear out. Here are some pictures of the assembly process as I am completing it. I did not post pics of the...
  4. How To Remove/Install Clutch Pedal Spring With Pictures

    Here's a new and easier way to remove/install the spring on the clutch pedal. ......Note this only works with the pedal assembly out of the car...... This method requires only three tools: a hammer, flat head screw driver, and a 7/16 socket. The next step is to remove the clutch starter switch. The next step is to remove the C-clip on the opposite side of the spring side. Ok now take the hammer to knock the end over. The goal here is to move the pedal over enough to clear the pedal bracket....
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