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Mitch Leland

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    fredericksburg, tx
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  • Present cars
    03 porsche
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    Completing a Rest0mod on a '65' T-Bird
  • Former cars
    Porsches, Mercedes, Ferrari's, BMW's, Facel Vega, T-Birds, Citroen, MG's
  1. Well done... Could you post some pictures and description of what you did... The system worked before so it was just for 'fun' and fill those empty holes on the dash... I had the same feelings and moved the seat warmer switches up on the horse shoe and filled some empty holes. Could you run the fans a short while after shutting down to help with the heat soak. I share your need for fun... here's my center dash that I've re-worked to suit my needs..
  2. Bill, One more thing, I did this so many years ago I can't remember what we did. I believe we took one of the stock lifting devices and machine these spring loaded pins. The best thing is you know the car is engaged with the lifting arms.
  3. Bill, What I do is disconnect the side that is higher/ahead of the other. Then bump the up button to approximate the short fall of low post. Then reconnect the hydraulic hose and see what you've got. I got tired of having the pump cart always in the way as well as the hoses. I had a much longer hose made up and now the pump stand is against the wall as far as the short hose would allow. Now the longer hose can be configured several ways, but for the most part it's now out of the way. The hose was expensive, but has made a big difference in being able to move around
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