Now this is wheels up

Discussion in 'Ranchero Pics' started by airford1, Oct 11, 2013.

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  2. ribald1

    ribald1 Banned PLATINUM MEMBER

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    That's air under the front wheel all right!
     
  3. 210eddiep

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    You sure launched it that time! no doubt about it
     
  4. bscottie

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    great shot, I am jealous!
     
  5. Huevos

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    Put a wing on the back..
     
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    Call ACME for a Rocket
     
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    The slick is wrinkled up and this is a stiff wall tire.
     
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    Me too! :D
     
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    Congratulations, that thing hooks to the track for sure.
     
  10. what type engine are you running?
     
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    385 stock block to 545 cubic inches on 91 gas.
     
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  13. ribald1

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    There is a bit more to his build than that, but he lets his front wheels do the bragging.:cool:
     
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    I took the Ranchero out again after putting the old steel bumper and heavy tail lights back in, which added 70 lbs. Changed the front shocks to 70/30 from 90/10 and the car managed to go 6.976 again. The trans is starting to flair on the 2/3 shift. Dropped the pan and there is alittle black in the pan and I mean alittle, so I'm guessing the servo is the problem. I have to drop the trans to get to the servo, so who knows what I will do with it out. Thanks for letting me share. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-OhubllSVMI&feature=c4-overview&list=UUdJ7BZgKWhpDQr57bEuKozw
     
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    Now your screen name of Airford is justified:D
     
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    NICE one:D
     

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