Do the 83-86 door latch's interchange with any other vehicle? Will mustang hinges work? Will the latch work if I use the rods from my t-bird? Any one have to change there's out and use one from a different vehicle?
In need of a door latch and hinges for an 83-86. Does not need to be power door lock. I'm having to climb through the window or passenger side. This is my daily driver please help. Willing to pay a premium for these parts since none are in the yards around me. Also I will consider a whole door if you have one. Thanks for looking at my post.
I am looking to find the right home for my fox. It's in the ad section of this website. Would make a good project as ground effects are there. Window dew wipes need replaced and front window seal. A little front end work and she'll be golden. Some surface rust but not terrible. I'd like her to be indoors this winter. I will bring it home Saturday to columbus ohio. Askin 2000 cause of HCI, 5 speed, exhaust, A9L computer, fuel injected, mass air, 24 lb injectors. No interior needs complete recover. All parts are there. chipped!!!!!!111!!!!!!!!!!!eleven!!
To remove the motor only drill 3 holes where there are indentations in the door skin. Those are directly lined up with the bolts on the window motor. Drill it big enough to get a 1/4 inch extension in there and then put the extension through the hole and reach in and put on the socket. Should be a 10mm.
When swapping the spindles to 11 inch the strut mounting changes. You need either washers to put in place of gap or narrow mounting struts. I went with SN-95 struts on my 83 bird but i think that is why it sways on the highway.
I did the 11 inch brake conversion on my 84. I ended up with extreme camber also. I ended up ordering MM caster camber plates and was able to get it aligned. I however believe the 11 inch conversion isn't meant to be because I now notice a lot of sway/sawing on the highway.
The steele rubber link shows these dimensions. Those are not dew wipes at all but instead the piece that mounts on the door itself by the upper a-frame. dew wipes are not available for purchuse anymore.
No one has really addressed this issue. I called the company that use to make them for the Lincoln Mark VII and they could not verify if they ever did make them and didn't sound like they would be willing to make more. The company was called Fairchild http://www.automotivefairchild.com/ You're most likely going to have to fabricate your own or try to locate a parts car with good dew wipes, Lincoln Mark VII or T-bird/Cougar.