This time around, we’ll look at the differential. And the truth is, a 35-spline streetable 12 bolt isn’t possible without this piece from the folks at Detroit Locker.
DIY tech tips for wrenching, plus engine and tuning modifications for muscle cars, drag cars, and performance enhancement.
The fuel filter keeps your engine running properly. While replacing it requires a special tool, it’s worth the effort to ensure the health of your vehicle.
Small but critical, the thermostat should be kept in working order to preserve the health of your engine.
You never know when you might have to jump-start your vehicle. Fortunately, doing so is simple.
Brake rotors are the last stop in the process of stopping your car; make sure yours stay in good condition.
Installing new axles in Ford’s venerable nine-inch rear end provides an inexpensive way to give your vehicle one of the best rear ends to come from an auto manufacturer.
Last issue, we began our look at Mark Williams’ custom brute strength 12 bolt rear end assembly.
Several modifications are available to enhance the performance of your brakes so they can meet the demands of driving on the track.
To find the limit and improve on-track performance, a set of performance tires can make worlds of difference.
A new sway bar in the rear of your Ford, whether it’s a Mustang, Galaxie, or other Ford product, will improve how it handles in corners.