Dennis Carpenter 1948-1952 Ford F-1/F-7 Floor Pan

New Floors That Fit Better Than New

Finding it a pain to restore your original floor pan due to all of the rust? Dennis Carpenter has a solution for you! The 1948-1952 Ford F-1/F-7 floor pan is corrosion-free and reverse engineered from original Ford components. This not only makes installation nearly painless but means the new floors will fit just like the factory. The floor pans are strong, too, and stamped from 19 gauge steel with 15 gauge steel used on the rear bracing. Each floor pan is coated with protective silver weld through primer for a long lasting finish. If you think your project 1948-1952 Ford F-1/F-7 needs a new floor than this might be the route to take.

Dennis Carpenter
1.800.476.9653
www.dennis-carpenter.com

Speedway Motors Universal Brake System Builder Kit

Build Your Own Brake Kit

When driving on the road or on the track, it’s important to have a reliable brake system to give you the power to stop on a dime. Speedway Motors offers its Universal Brake System Builder Kit that gives you the option to fully customize what you want out of your braking system. In regards to doing it yourself, Speedway gives you all the right pieces to get the job done. What you get from the kit is 25-foot roll of 3/16-inch mild steel brake lines, dual outlet master cylinder brake lines, six 60-inch long 3/16-inch brake lines, a Wilwood proportioning valve, residual valves (two 2psi and one 10psi), six 3/8-24 IFF to 1/8 inch NPT male straight adapters, two 90-degree 3/8-24 IFF to 1/8-inch NPT male adapters, 3/8-24 IFF to #3 brake fitting, 3/8-24 IFF to 1/8-inch NPT female tee adapter, AN3 male to 1/8-inch NPT male adapter, brake line tabs, five 3/8-24 IFM thread nuts, and 10 3/16-inch insulated line clamps. Whether you’re building a hot rod hauler or just restoring your truck, Speedway gives you all the options you need to ensure you get a quality braking system.

Speedway Motors
1.800.979.0122
www.SpeedwayMotors.com

Flex-a-lite Performance Low-Temp Thermostats

Keeping It Cool

Flex-a-lite announced at SEMA this year that they will be offering a 160- and 180-degree Fahrenheit thermostat for 1955-1995 Chevrolet small-block V-8, 1964-1980 Chrysler A-body, B-body, and E-body V-8, and 1960-1989 Ford V-8 (Windsor, FE, and 460 series) applications. Flex-a-lite’s low-temp thermostats bring the engine to operating temperature quickly while keeping them at a comfortable level for all of your performance needs. Flex-a-lite low-temp thermostats also feature a V-notch valve that reduces cycling by metering the amount of coolant that flows and are made out of stainless steel to ensure that a long life. What better way to protect the engine under your hood from overheating than with Flex-a-lite’s low-temp thermostat.

Flex-a-lite
253.922.2700
www.flex-a-lite.com

LMC Truck Digital LED Dash Cluster for 1967-72 Chevy/GMC Truck or SUV

A Fully Programmable Gauge Cluster

Not a big fan of analog gauges and want to update your interior gauges for a modern look? Look, no further than LMC truck. LMC Truck is now offering a Digital LED Dash Cluster that fits right into the stock bezel of your 1967-1972 Chevrolet or GMC truck. Whether you’re running different tire sizes with different gear sets, LMC’s Digital LED Dash Cluster allows you to program all of the information into the cluster so that you can get the correct reading on how fast you’re going. All of the sending units (minus the fuel level) are included and programmed with 0-255mph speedometer with odometer, trip meter, 0-60 time, ¼ mile ET and high speed recall, water Temp displays within a 50 degrees-350 degrees F range, oil Pressure displays 0-99 PSI, tachometer (0-9900 RPM), turn signal, flasher and high beam indicators, and clock. The cluster is compatible with 6 or 8 cylinder engines with breaker-point or electronic ignition systems and the Voltmeter displays 7-25 volt range and requires no sending unit. We think one of the coolest features of this gauge cluster is the ability to clock your fastest speed when you’re running down the ¼ mile. This fully programmable dash cluster is perfect for anyone looking to run a digital application for their 1967-1972 Chevrolet or GMC truck.

LMC Truck
1.800.562.8782
www.LMCTruck.com

No Limit Engineering 1963-1972 GM Trucks “Wide Ride” Bolt in Front Suspension System

A Bolt-On Front Suspension Replacement For Your Truck

Thinking about a suspension upgrade for your 1963-1972 GM Trucks? No Limit Engineering has come up with a bolt-in solution. The No Limit Wide Ride front suspension system offers a power rack and pinion steering unit along with their correct steer ZG spindles. The system is paired with tubular upper and lower control arms that offer improved camber/caster refinements and a custom anti-sway bar. The replacement crossmember actually bolts in place of the original and allows for more crossmember clearance. The suspension system also offers new brake calipers paired with drilled and slotted 12-inch diameter rotors of accepting a wide range of bolt circle patterns. If fabricating isn’t something you want to complete, the No Limit Engineering Wide Ride bolt-in front suspension may be just for you.

No Limit Engineering
888.297.6032
www.nolimit.net