10 Years Manufacturer PE material brine tank for water softener FT-60 for Nigeria Factory
10 Years Manufacturer PE material brine tank for water softener FT-60 for Nigeria Factory Detail:
Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China (Mainland)
Brand Name: Feilite
Model Number: FT60/FT100
Color: Grey/Blue or as per your request
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|Delivery Detail:||7 to 15Days|
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1970 Ford Mustang
Will entertain most reasonable offers
1970 Mustang Fastback 302-C4
Power Steering – Power Brakes
Original Grabber Green
This Mustang was manufactured at the San Jose California assembly Plant for the California Market October 24, 1969 (California emissions parts still attached, but not functional). It made its Way to the Midwest at some point (currently in Michigan) and was in storage until about 1 year ago when the vehicle was restored to its current condition.
Every system of the vehicle has been inspected for function and cosmetic appearance. Any questionable parts were replaced with new or re-manufactured period correct parts.
The undercarriage is nicely painted – the floor pans, frame rails and torque boxes are rock solid. All mechanical work was performed in a professional auto repair shop. This car is a nice driving, solid and reliable vehicle that turns just about every head going down the street, and gains many compliments along the way. Little work would be needed if someone wanted to bring this car to show quality, or just keep it the way it is as an exceptional driver.
Below is an explanation of the individual vehicle systems broken down by category i.e. engine, transmission, suspension etc. Each vehicle system has been inspected and restored, and You will find most of the vehicle systems have been completely restored with new replacement parts bringing this vehicle to a new level of reliability, function and performance.
Engine- 302 with original 2 barrel carburetor. The carburetor has been rebuilt and the engine is mechanically stock and untouched. New replacement valve guide seals, oil pan gasket, valve cover gaskets and header gaskets have been installed. It is nicely dressed up with an Edelbrock Finned-Black air cleaner, Scott Drake finned-Black aluminum valve covers and aftermarket headers. The casting numbers on the block are C90E-6015-C the C designates the engine as a 1960 engine and 9 designates the year it was manufactured, which also matches the car. New flow master custom dual exhaust was also added and has less than 500 miles.
Cooling system- new radiator, new water pump, new hoses, new thermostat And new drive belts.
Starting System- Has new mini hi-torque starter for clearance around headers and new solenoid.
Fuel System- has a new fuel tank, new fuel sending unit, new fuel lines, and fuel filter.
Transmission- Professionally rebuilt C-4 less than 500 miles, includes a shift-kit and new 2500 flash-stall torque converter, new transmission mount, new transmission lines, new drive shaft u-joints and new speedometer cable. Have the cars original Transmission tags.
Suspension- new upper and lower control arms, new coil spring seats, new upper and lower ball joints, new inner and outer tie rods, new idler arm, new Sway bar links, front strut torsion rods and bushings, new rear KYB shocks.
Power Steering – Has rebuilt steering gear box, new power steering pump rebuilt power steering assist valve and new power steering hoses.
Power Brakes- Has fresh front disc brake conversion with new wheel bearings, new rotors, new brake pads, new power brake booster, new master cylinder, new proportioning valve, and new brake lines throughout.
Lighting and electrical- new light bulbs throughout with upgraded new halogen headlights for better night time visibility. New door courtesy light switches and sail panel quarter lights. New wiring harness for the hood scoop mounted turn signals. New dash light bulbs, new turn signal diodes, new headlight switch, and new printed circuit board for dash gauges, new horns and horn blow switch, new antenna.
Interior- new deluxe comfort weave seat upholstery, front-rear professionally installed, new dash pad cover, new a pillar moldings, new headliner, new sail Panels, new carpet, new carpet pad, new additional sound deadening and rust inhibiting insulation for the floor pans and trunk area, new rear package tray insert, new 3 point shoulder front seat belts and matching new rear seat belts.
Exterior New Grabber Green base-clear coat paint, new front-rear bumpers new tail light trim, new headlight front bumper and hood trim, rear window Gasket, new trunk gasket, new door seal gaskets and quarter window gaskets and Scott Drake quarter window latch assemblies.
Tires and Rims- Has original Ford Magnum 500 14 inch rims with new center Caps and new Cooper Cobra Radial Tires. Under Carriage and Body- New floor pans, frame rails, front torque boxes,and quarter panels were professionally installed. The entire undercarriage was Sandblasted, primed and repainted.
Exhaust- Has aftermarket headers and New dual Flow-master custom exhaust with less than 500 miles.
Located In Redford, MI.
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Stock Number: C99824L1
Updated! We show you how to thoroughly sanitize both hot and cold sides of your RV’s fresh water system.
Don’t have a winterizing kit? No problem! Here’s the trick we use:
Want to sanitize the cold water side only? Here’s how:
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We’ve been drinking the water from our RV’s fresh water tank for over a decade without a problem. It’s perfectly safe to do, as long as you sanitize your fresh water system periodically. We do ours about twice a year (keep in mind that we’re full-timers… those who store their RV all winter should be fine sanitizing once a year, in the spring).
Clean, safe, sanitary drinking water is a breeze when you take a few basic steps to manage the fresh water system on your motorhome, travel trailer of fifth wheel. Fresh, drinkable, potable H2O doesn’t only come from bottled water, but right from your RV’s tank, saving money and plastic in the process.
We’ll show you how to use bleach to kill any bacteria that may be present in your camper’s water system, and have all the safe drinking water you need.
If you saw the first video we made on this topic over two years ago, we only sanitized the cold water lines. That’s because the primary purpose of sanitizing is to make the water safe to drink. Since a lot of people asked about sanitizing the hot side of the system as well, we’re going to do both hot and cold sides today.
You can see the original video here: http://youtu.be/kOlPwmwlaMo
If at all possible, the deal time to do this is on a day when you’re planning to take a long drive, preferably down some pretty twisty roads. This will agitate the water in the tank, helping to clean it as you drive, and make sure the top of the tank gets splashed too.
Since we’ll be doing some tank flushing as part of the process, your trip should ideally take you from one full hook-up RV park to another one, neither of which should have drought or water use restrictions.
It’s particularly important to end your drive at an RV park with water hook-ups, since you’ll be arriving with a tank full of bleachy water.
The only supplies we’ll need for this job are some bleach, a 1-gallon pitcher and an old measuring cup.
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