CTP  Parts Dept
EMS automotive front Ford F100 floor pans
1. F-100 Floorpans
Now available from EMS Automotive are 1957-1960 Ford F-100 replacement floorpans. Die-stamped individual (R/L) front floorpans feature the OE-style shapes and curves. Made in Detroit by EMS from heavy 18-gauge steel just like the originals, they are available in pairs or individually and ship by economy package delivery. Cab corners and cab mounts are also available. EMS Automotive is your stop for any high-quality replacement sheetmetal for your Ford or Chevy.
For more information, contact
EMS Automotive at (248) 546-0232 or visit emsautomotive.com.
Old Air Products Hurricane A/C & Heater System
2. Hurricane A/C & Heater System
Old Air Products is now offering their new Hurricane A/C Heat & Defrost system for 1973-1979 Ford trucks. The Hurricane unit mounts to the firewall in place of the original A/C or heater. Fittings pass neatly through the firewall using a custom rubber grommet. Factory-style louvers are included for heater-only trucks or adapters for trucks with original factory louvers. Electronic controls fit neatly into the original dash opening. Complete systems include SuperKool condenser assembly with receiver/drier and custom tubes for a driver- or passenger-side–mounted compressor. A variety of compressor mounting brackets are available to fit many engine applications. Upgrades for polished or chrome compressor are available, along with electric fans and trinary pressure safety switches, to maximize the A/C system’s performance.
For more information, contact
Old Air Products at (817) 531-2665 or visit oldairproducts.com.
Summit Racing Equipment torque wrench
3. Valuable Torque
The right amount of torque is critical when dealing with small fasteners like brake system or valve cover bolts. Too tight and you can be dealing with all sorts of headaches, like stripped threads, busted parts, or broken bolts. Be sure of your torque values with a Summit Racing inch-pounds torque wrench. Available in 1/4- and 3/8-inch drives, these wrenches feature a click-style mechanism that accurately measures torque from as low as 25 in-lb all the way up to 250 in-lb. Users can set the torque amount quickly thanks to the easy-to-read stamped scales on the slide collar and ball bearing–mounted handle.
For more information, contact
Summit Racing Equipment at (800) 230-3030 or visit summitracing.com.