'66 Squareback--- Subaru 2.5 powered!

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Re: '66 Squareback--- Subaru 2.5 powered!

Postby john jones » Fri May 12, 2017 5:08 am

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Re: '66 Squareback--- Subaru 2.5 powered!

Postby tlambert » Fri May 12, 2017 7:13 am

Shanman wrote:You really pounded that hole!


That's what she said.
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Re: '66 Squareback--- Subaru 2.5 powered!

Postby andym » Fri May 12, 2017 7:59 am

I gave up on figuring out how it exactly happened. 2 bends 180 degrees apart is a huge hole!!! Rear didn't get bent.. And I don't remember smashing a hole that big.

Honestly, I think I might have done one bend driving to the show, then the second one that put me on the side of the road is when I noticed it because of the flat.

Mustang rims!!!!
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Re: '66 Squareback--- Subaru 2.5 powered!

Postby andym » Mon Jun 12, 2017 9:07 am

Built tuff with ford stuff?

Waiting on my parts for the rear before I adjust the front end. But it will be coming down some. Stock spindles, 5" KCW adjusting beam, no shocks. Porsche brakes, Porsche to ford adapters.
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Re: '66 Squareback--- Subaru 2.5 powered!

Postby john jones » Mon Jun 12, 2017 11:46 am

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Re: '66 Squareback--- Subaru 2.5 powered!

Postby Bret » Mon Jun 12, 2017 2:10 pm

Haha I remember when you went from the 15's to 17's I was like damn.....those wheels are huge. Now that I got used to seeing it all the time with the 17's, now I think to myself.....damn those are some cool 14's!

I wanna see how it looks with some fat meaty tires on the back of that thing!

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Re: '66 Squareback--- Subaru 2.5 powered!

Postby Franz » Mon Jun 12, 2017 2:32 pm

Sick Hyundia bro! Did you get a girlfriend?

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Re: '66 Squareback--- Subaru 2.5 powered!

Postby Bret » Mon Jun 12, 2017 2:47 pm

Franz wrote:Sick Hyundai bro! Did you get a girlfriend?


Hahaha. I didn't even notice that car in the background. Good eye Franz!

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Re: '66 Squareback--- Subaru 2.5 powered!

Postby andym » Mon Jun 12, 2017 3:05 pm

JJ come on buddy, just nuts and bolts Smile

15x6 is the rim size.

Franz =; =; in for a Subi swap
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Re: '66 Squareback--- Subaru 2.5 powered!

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Re: '66 Squareback--- Subaru 2.5 powered!

Postby andym » Wed Jun 14, 2017 9:59 pm

I'm confused... :-#

back to the mustang rims. I cut the centers out and moved the offset/backspacing. 4 welds held the centers in, I cut the mig welds with the cut off wheel. Set it where I want it and put some tack welds on. I'm where I want to be. Less deep dish look now and also the fit!


I know what I'm doing might suck, be ugly, whatever. this is just how I'm making the rims fit. I'm not the best at it, just working on stuff and having fun. Enjoying the challenges that come with it.
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Re: '66 Squareback--- Subaru 2.5 powered!

Postby aaronbonte » Wed Jun 14, 2017 10:59 pm

I like it! Looks awesome! =D> =D>


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