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  1. gyknot

    66 Fury III rear end upgrade advice?

    Cool. I've only ever dealt with 741 and 742 cases so don't know for sure on the 489 myself.
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    66 Fury III rear end upgrade advice?

    I was unaware that the positraction unit from a 741 and 742 will not interchange? I always thought they did. Am I wrong? In fact I was under the impression, that all 8 3/4 posi units could interchange between the different cases. Including the 489 case.
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    66 Fury III rear end upgrade advice?

    In my opinion, the 741 case will hold up just fine as long as you don't bolt on a set of slicks and start doing really hard launches. You say it is for a street car and occassional fun. That is what I am judging this from. The 2.76 gears probably won't make you happy though for any acceleration...
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    Body Bolt Kit.

    What can I say. The second sentence reads "off frame restoration". I was not trying to be a know it all or offensive. Just wanted to make sure you were aware the body and frame do not come apart. Some people do not realize that. With that, I will refrain from further comment. Good luck with...
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    Body Bolt Kit.

    I'm not trying to be an A** here, but you do realize the 65 Plymouth does not have a frame. It is a unibody car. Has a front stub but that is all.
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    68 Fury III Resurrection in MA

    Thats earlier than 56. I'd guess 1954. Beautiful car.
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    Welding up a new tank

    I'd avoid sealer personally. If you keep the tank full of fuel they don't rust or if you keep the car in a climate controlled environment where they can't condense water in the tank they don't rust either. Its leaving them empty or low and letting water condense that kills tanks. I've heard...
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    1966 Polara Door Handles

    Sounds like Chrysler getting their money worth from a design part. Good to know info about interchangability.
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    Look into my tank

    I struggled with the same decision on my desoto a few years back. The original tank was savable but was gonna cost some bucks to keep it alive. Found a replacement tank and sending unit. Don't remember what it cost but was close to $300 then. Hurt like hell to spend it but I've never regretted...
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    68 Fury III Resurrection in MA

    Very pretty car. That is the formal hardtop however, not the fast top. Personally I like the formal top better.
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    1973 and newer A bodies(valiant) with disc brakes should have the standard 5 on 4 1/2 bolt circle. That is the same as your sport fury. I would still measure to be positive.