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61-79-list Digest Wed, 15 Mar 2000 Volume: 2000 Issue: 040

In This Issue:
Re: Undercarriage Update
Electrical Problem/Seat Belts
Re: Undercarriage Update
Seat belt laws, Five-point restraints, etc.
Re: 429 police engine for sale
Re: Undercarriage Update
Re: 429 police engine for sale
Re: Seat belt laws, Five-point restraints, etc.
Update (and questions about) Dad's new 1979 F-150
Master Cyl. differences
Re: Undercarriage Update
Panel wagons
Carb ID
Front Knuckles
Re: Panel wagons
Seat Belts
Re: Undercarriage Update
Re: Panel wagons
Re: Front Knuckles
Shoulder harness
Re: Update (and questions about) Dad's new 1979 F-150
DAna 60 help needed
65-66 links
Re: 65-66 links
390 or 360 ????????
Re: 390 or 360 ????????
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Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2000 20:20:33 -0700
From: "Matt" mailcity.com>
Subject: Re: Undercarriage Update

Don
I have seen 65 bodies on 74 pickups, 4 X 4 converts; but not older than 74, I think frame is different width from 74 on. Love 64,65, and 66 body style. Think 64 & 65,66 differences are basically twin I beam to straight front axels, some cab differences like step & battery. If I am wrong someone out there set me straight.


--

On Wed, 15 Mar 2000 08:27:59 Don Grossman wrote:
>>I was thinking about looking for a 78 2X4 SWB truck and stripping the body
>>and installing my 64 body on the 78 frame.
>>What would the downside of that be?
>>Will a 64 body fit on a 78 frame?
>>Your ideas would be appreciated.
>>Thanks,
>>Art Verling
>>64 F100
>>Reno, NV
>>
>>art.verling excite.com
>
>A 65 or 66 cab would be a much better fit for the 78 frame. Any of
>the beds will be a job. The easiest thing to do to get the 64 cab
>would be to take the frame mounts off the 64 frame and put them on
>the 78 frame. As well as changing all the clutch linkages and such.
>
>laters
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Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2000 19:33:51 -0800
From: scott ford-trucks.com>
Subject: Electrical Problem/Seat Belts

I wrote
>>>.While trying to diagnose the poor performance of my 76,I
>discovered that I have 12 volts at the battery,but with the
>ignition in the "run"position I only have about 5 volts at starter
>solenoid, "high" side of ballast resistor etc.
I'm thinking bad ignition switch,any other ideas?<<<

John wrote

>If you mean the `wire that energizes the Starter Solenoid`

On seat belts,I always wear mine and If you hit me head on I hope you
are wearing yours.Don't want you coming through MY windshield:)

That is what I mean

>... Iam kinda thinking it is correct. Maybe a volt or to higher is
>better But what you have is OK coming from the Ignition switch...


>OK on my 69 wire diagram the red/blu (to starter solenoid)and >red/grn(to Coil) are on the same Ignition stitch contact (Low Voltage >Resistance wiring)
>SO, check the voltage at the coil and the starter solenoid they should >be`Similar` :D

>You should have about 6-8v at the coil green wire if I remember >correclty in the run position and 12v in the start position.

I by-passed the resistor wire and installed a ballst resistor when I
installed the Mallory Uni-Lite.I was unaware that the solenoid was also
on a resistor wire.I used to have about 12 volts at the ballast resistor
and about 8 after it.I now have 6 and 3 volts.

>Low voltage is usually a sign of a bad connection somewhere. You may >need to pinch the sockets at the start relay or check for bad >connections at the large black plugs to the duraspark system, both at >the module and the dizzy.

I don't have all the Duraspark plugs any more,(it is now wired like a
points type ign.)but all the other connections check out OK.I ran a wire
directly from the battery to the Ballast resistor and got my 12 and 8
volt readings again.I did notice the resistor was quite warm,but seems
to work fine.Thought I may be loosing the voltage through the
ign.switch,checked the voltage at the fuse box for circuts that energize
only with key on.12 volts.I seem to have 12 volts everywhere but the
coil.I believe it is time to rewire completly from the ign.switch to the
coil,
Thanks for all the input and wish me luck.

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From: WEDIVE247 aol.com
Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2000 22:41:43 EST
Subject: Re: Undercarriage Update

In a message dated 3/15/2000 10:22:20 PM EST, ammmblanco mailcity.com writes:

<< Think 64 & 65,66 differences are basically twin I beam to straight front
axels, some cab differences like step & battery. If I am wrong someone out
there set me straight.
>>
And don't forget the grille .All three are different from one other. The
front turn signals are even in different places ..


Steve 64 F-100

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From: "James Hodgson" ix.netcom.com>
Subject: Seat belt laws, Five-point restraints, etc.
Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2000 23:33:31 -0500


In regard to mandatory seat belt laws (for adults) most cops I know are against 'em as well. Another example of trying to legislate a safe world. But I always wear mine, whether in the 97 Crown Vic Interceptor or the 66 F-250. Like several others have pointed out, there's nothing like surviving a serious crash to make a true believer out of you.

Concerning five-point restraints, other than looking really cool they are of limited utility in most trucks. The purpose of the "fifth" point, the "anti-submarine" strap, is to prevent the seat belt from riding up over your hips, on impact, and causing internal injuries to your abdominal area, or, in extreme cases, your sliding under the lap belt and into the floor. In most trucks, your seating position is very upright, so that the seatbelt, if properly adjusted, isn't likely to ride up. In racing applications, your belts are adjusted quite tightly; any slack is your enemy when the vehicle makes that sudden stop and your body's momentum presses you forward at several Gs. The stretch in the belts themselves will cushion your movement, even if they do bruise the hell out of you. (Don't ask how I know.) The width of racing-type restraints is another safety factor; the force being spread over a much larger area prevents injury.

If you do upgrade or improve your vehicle restraints, make sure the anchor points are reinforced, at least as strong as a "stock" installation. I've never seen seat belt webbing fail in a collision, but I have seen several belts torn loose at their mounting points. Enormous forces are involved here. In racing applications, most sanctioning bodies require the belts to be anchored to the roll cage structure. You may not survive a 200+ mph crash, but at least they will know where to find the body!

I would also be leery of junkyard seatbelts, the webbing may be sun-rotted to some extent, or more importantly the webbing and/or hardware may have been weakened by previous collisions. Close inspection is encouraged.

Points to ponder......

Jim Hodgson
Cleveland, Tennessee


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From: SHill48337aol.com
Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2000 23:44:04 EST
Subject: Re: 429 police engine for sale

In a message dated 3/15/00 12:16:48 AM Eastern Standard Time,
JJJJJGRANTaol.com writes:

<< i have always thought 429 and 460's from 69-74 had the same deck height.
this
one is a 72. it has the cj rods, cj oil pump and oil pan, also has the
forged
pistons
>>

No, they do not. The police 429, CJ, and SCJ up through 72; and 429/460 up
to 70 all have the same deck height, which is 10.300. The 429/460 deck
height went from 10.300 in 70 to 10.310 in 701/2 through 71 and from 72
through present to 10.322.
Burt Hill Kennewick WA 1972 F-250 4x4 460

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Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2000 20:46:58 -0800
From: Don Grossman mac.com>
Subject: Re: Undercarriage Update

> Don
>I have seen 65 bodies on 74 pickups, 4 X 4 converts; but not older
>than 74, I think frame is different width from 74 on. Love 64,65,
>and 66 body style. Think 64 & 65,66 differences are basically twin
>I beam to straight front axels, some cab differences like step &
>battery. If I am wrong someone out there set me straight.

Yep the frame is different after 74 but only in the back under the
bed. In the front you can go all the way up to 79. I put a 65 cab
on a 78 4x4 and I was surprised at how much is in the right place.
Everything down to the clutch linkage. Only the wiring needed to be
modified. Now that was a 65 2 wheel drive cab. 65 and 66 3/4 ton
4x4's used the earlier 61-64 cabs. Since all 70's cabs use the same
mounting points a 65-66 cab will fit on there fine. The only things
that might need to be addressed is if the new frame has power
steering. The inner fender might need to be modified to fit around
the steering box. This is mostly on the 4x4's.

laters
--
Don Grossman
duckdonmac.com

43 GPW
63 F-100 4x4
77 F250
99 Contour

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From: "Luke Phillips" hotmail.com>
Subject: Re: 429 police engine for sale
Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2000 22:54:36 CST

Hey Burt!
How is the 460 comming? Have you finished it yet?
Luke Phillips
67 F100 shortbed 240 I6 (460 in the works!)

>From: SHill48337aol.com
>Reply-To: 61-79-listford-trucks.com
>To: 61-79-listford-trucks.com
>Subject: [61-79-list] Re: 429 police engine for sale
>Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2000 23:44:04 EST
>
>In a message dated 3/15/00 12:16:48 AM Eastern Standard Time,
>JJJJJGRANTaol.com writes:
>
><< i have always thought 429 and 460's from 69-74 had the same deck height.
>this
> one is a 72. it has the cj rods, cj oil pump and oil pan, also has the
>forged
> pistons
> >>
>
>No, they do not. The police 429, CJ, and SCJ up through 72; and 429/460 up
>to 70 all have the same deck height, which is 10.300. The 429/460 deck
>height went from 10.300 in 70 to 10.310 in 701/2 through 71 and from 72
>through present to 10.322.
>Burt Hill Kennewick WA 1972 F-250 4x4 460
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Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2000 21:10:52 -0700
From: "Kiernan, Denny" wenet.net>
Subject: Re: Seat belt laws, Five-point restraints, etc.

James Hodgson wrote:
>
> In regard to mandatory seat belt laws (for adults) most cops I know are against > 'em as well.

This is an interesting point, which I've never heard before. What do you
base this on?

I do know that the SF cops have never hassled me about a seat belt.
However, the Calif Hiway Patrol will actually pull you over for no other
reason than they've seen that you didn't have your seat belt on.
Actually that sort of makes sense, I guess. I dont think belts, or the
air bags, are really worth the bother at normal city speeds. For the
driver, that is. Passengers, who aren't holding on to the wheel, are a
different story.

> But I always wear mine, whether in the 97 Crown Vic Interceptor or the 66
> F-250.

Crown Vic -- do you happen to be a cop?

Denny

>
>
> If you do upgrade or improve your vehicle restraints, make sure the anchor points are reinforced, at least as strong as a "stock" installation. I've never seen seat belt webbing fail in a collision, but I have seen several belts torn loose at their mounting points. Enormous forces are involved here. In racing applications, most sanctioning bodies require the belts to be anchored to the roll cage structure. You may not survive a 200+ mph crash, but at least they will know where to find the body!
>
> I would also be leery of junkyard seatbelts, the webbing may be sun-rotted to some extent, or more importantly the webbing and/or hardware may have been weakened by previous collisions. Close inspection is encouraged.
>
> Points to ponder......
>
> Jim Hodgson
> Cleveland, Tennessee
>
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Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 02:02:04 -0500
From: Joe Hartwell vt.edu>
Subject: Update (and questions about) Dad's new 1979 F-150

Hi guys! It's me again with an update, and more questions, about Dad's (new) 1979 F-150.

We got the carb fixed, the electric choke wasn't wired up, and that meant it wouldn't start in the cold without pouring some gas down the carb. Now she fires up beautifully.

I found a battery holder and some rear spring hangers at a local salvage yard, and with the help of some soap and water for the first & a wire brush and spray paint for the latter, two more problems are solved.

I haven't done anything with the hood hinges to alleviate the raised rear end of the hood yet.

But two problems of a somewhat serious nature remain, and I'm puzzled by one quote I've received.

The steering is still not good. It seems really loose with a lot of play, and when Dad called a local salvage yard/garage/mechanic, they quoted $1500 for the parts to replace the steering box, the connecting linkage, and whatever else was needed for that set-up. That seems awfully high to me, and I'm not sure the labor was included. Should it be this expensive? What about a rebuild?

The second problem is the drive shaft for the front transfer case. It too seems loose (can slide in and out, back and forth), and I think there was some lubricant leaking out from the seal. Are these expensive to just replace as a whole unit? What about rebuilds?

He's already paid $6000 for the truck, and everyone seems to look at him like he's crazy for putting that much money in it. To its defense, it does have a new paint job inside and out (very nice), a rebuilt 400 with high quality parts including an Edelbrock 4 barrel carb, lift kit and Mickey Thompson highly polished aluminum wheels on new BFG All Terrain T/A's. Also, the seat is newly reupholstered and it has new door interior panels, and an Alpine CD player.

And one more off the wall question: the gear shift (4-speed) seems to shake somewhat substantially (but never comes out of gear), is this normal? He doesn't remember my grandfather's 1977 F-150 doing that, nor his own 1985 F-150 doing that.

Thanks in advance for all the advice!

Joe Hartwell
1988 Ford Ranger, 2.0 w/ 5 speed
1968 Ford F-100, 360 w/ 3 speed (someday a beauty, today a fixer-upper)
1997 Harley Sportster








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From: "Terry L. Rahn" jvlnet.com>
Subject: Master Cyl. differences
Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 07:42:15 -0600

A friend of mine has a 79 F350. His master cyl. is bad and he has not been
able to get the right one for the truck. My question is; are there different
master cyl. for the F350 according to GVW rating? It may just be that he has
been receiving a generic replacement. The problem is the push rods are
shorter or longer than the one he has now. There must be a source that has
the correct one for this vehicle without using a salvage item that will be
questionable at best. He said that the push rods are fixed and cannot be
swapped without damaging or disassembling the housing. Thanks for any info.

Terry L. Rahn
78 E250 Quadravan


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Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 07:02:27 -0800
From: Dennis Pearson ctc.edu>
Subject: Re: Undercarriage Update

Thanks for your message at 10:41 PM 3/15/00 EST, WEDIVE247aol.com. Your
message was:
>In a message dated 3/15/2000 10:22:20 PM EST, ammmblancomailcity.com writes:
>
><< Think 64 & 65,66 differences are basically twin I beam to straight front
>axels, some cab differences like step & battery. If I am wrong someone out
>there set me straight.
> >>
>And don't forget the grille .All three are different from one other. The
>front turn signals are even in different places ..

...and the dashboard, but I still have some confusion about the dash. I
always thought that in 66 they went to a "car style" dash, but then I ran
across a 66 with the old round speedometer, "truck style" dash like in my
62...It seems this was covered a loooonnnnggg time ago in this group, but
my memory is fading fast these days...


Dennis Pearson in Kennewick, WA

1962 Unibody, short box, big window--351C
1966 F250 Custom Cab, 352, 4-speed
1962 short stepside (Cadillac 500)
I shortened this to only FT's

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From: am14daimlerchrysler.com
Subject: Panel wagons
Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 10:05:52 -0500

Need help from the list>>
My Son is looking to buy an early 50's(Ford) Panel wagon .. Years in the
neighborhood of '51-'56..

Question we need an answer too is: Are there any structural supports
hidden within those side panels anywhere that we need to be aware of???
We are contemplating cutting the panels and installing some large "wing"
windows similar to the rear windows in MO*PAR minivans..and in my club cab
Dak*ta.. They are basically functionally the same, but the minivan
wsindows are larger. Don't want to be cutting into any structural supports
if there are any in there...If we get one we'll haul it home behind one of
our '77 or '79 Ford trucks..

Azie Magnusson
Ardmore, Al


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From: Brazzadogaol.com
Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 10:09:53 EST
Subject: Carb ID

I found a 4v carb but don't know what it is. The tag says D7OEASA. Non of
my manuals show that number so I'm guessing it's off a car. Any help would
be appreciated.

Ben Williams
'71 Wagoneer
'78 F-250 4x4

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From: BDIJXSaol.com
Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 10:30:36 EST
Subject: Front Knuckles

Dave,

You hopefully have a Dana/Spicer dealer near you...check the phone book.
Hopefully they can help you out....also, hopefully you don't have to replace
too many "hard parts" like spindles or something. Seems like these kinds of
things disappear from dealers at about the 20 year-old range....but if your'e
lucky, they'll have what you need.

I'm betting you have a 44 in the front. Try looking on the top of the
"pumpkin", usually there's a "44" molded there....might have shoot it off
with a pressure sprayer to find it, though!

I've never rebuilt one of the "closed knuckle" front ends. I'm wondering if
the "pivot bearings" or whatever is in there are still available. Please let
us know what you find out!

Good luck,

CJ

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From: "Tim and Pam Allgire" williams-net.com>
Subject: Re: Panel wagons
Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 10:41:04 -0500

If I were to find a panel delivery wagon I would customize it,but I don't
think I would cut it up in that fashion. If you haven't noticed,they are
pretty hard to find.There is one for sale in Mt. Washington,Ky. 1954 Ford
Courier panel delivery,runs & lot drives(not safe for road)some rust,newer
small block V-8 with 3-speed,some spare parts, $1000.00 Check out their
site at :www.customcarsonline.com or u can E-mail them at :
ronshotrodshotmail.com.
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From: am14daimlerchrysler.com daimlerchrysler.com>
To: 61-79-listford-trucks.com <61-79-listford-trucks.com>
Date: Thursday, March 16, 2000 10:11 AM
Subject: [61-79-list] Panel wagons


>Need help from the list>>
> My Son is looking to buy an early 50's(Ford) Panel wagon .. Years in the
>neighborhood of '51-'56..
>
>Question we need an answer too is: Are there any structural supports
>hidden within those side panels anywhere that we need to be aware of???
>We are contemplating cutting the panels and installing some large "wing"
>windows similar to the rear windows in MO*PAR minivans..and in my club cab
>Dak*ta.. They are basically functionally the same, but the minivan
>wsindows are larger. Don't want to be cutting into any structural supports
>if there are any in there...If we get one we'll haul it home behind one of
>our '77 or '79 Ford trucks..
>
>Azie Magnusson
>Ardmore, Al
>
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Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 08:37:48 -0700
From: "Richard Currit" state.wy.us>
Subject: Seat Belts

Well, I checked under the grommet (which is actually rubber and a real
pain to put back in) and there is a solid seat belt anchor. Its not
threaded tho so I'm not sure how its supposed to work. Guess I'll have
to figure it out. Thanks.
High Plains Richard
'72 F-100

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Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 07:42:51 -0800
From: Don Grossman mac.com>
Subject: Re: Undercarriage Update

>Thanks for your message at 10:41 PM 3/15/00 EST, WEDIVE247aol.com. Your
>message was:
>
>...and the dashboard, but I still have some confusion about the dash. I
>always thought that in 66 they went to a "car style" dash, but then I ran
>across a 66 with the old round speedometer, "truck style" dash like in my
>62...It seems this was covered a loooonnnnggg time ago in this group, but
>my memory is fading fast these days...
>
>Dennis Pearson in Kennewick, WA

From what I have seen the dash with the long sweeping speedo was part
of an upgrade trim package for 65 and might have been standard toward
the very end of the production run in 66 just before the body change.
Don't know if this was right or not but that's all the information I
have on the subject.

Laters
--
Don Grossman
duckdonmac.com


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Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 07:43:38 -0800 (PST)
From: "D. DiMartino" yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Panel wagons



> We are contemplating cutting the panels and installing some
> large "wing"
> windows similar to the rear windows in MO*PAR minivans..and in
> my club cab
> Dak*ta..

no! have you drawn this on paper to see what it will look like?

this will greatly reduce the value of a vintage panel truck.
don't mean to pick on your project but i'm a "stock man". look
at some project ideas from 10 to 15 years ago and you will
say... "oh, what were they thinking..." just my opinion,
everyone has one and they all...

=====
Daniel DiMartino
yahoo.com>
1968 F-250 soon to be a 4x4

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Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 07:57:12 -0800
From: Don Grossman mac.com>
Subject: Re: Front Knuckles

>Dave,
>
>I'm betting you have a 44 in the front. Try looking on the top of the
>"pumpkin", usually there's a "44" molded there....might have shoot it off
>with a pressure sprayer to find it, though!
>
>I've never rebuilt one of the "closed knuckle" front ends. I'm wondering if
>the "pivot bearings" or whatever is in there are still available. Please let
>us know what you find out!
>
>Good luck,
>
>CJ

Hey all

Most likely the 44 but there are two sizes of knuckles, a 6
inch and an 8 inch. If you have the 8" knuckles you can get the
gasket set and almost any parts store. As for the 6 inch knuckles
you will have to look for some place that deals in old jeep parts.
The knuckles are the same size all the way back to 42 and use almost
the same identical gasket set. More parts swap such as the brakes
and such but that is another story.

As far as the bearing go all are still available. Some will
use a bushing and some will use a roller bearing. the only way to
tell is to pull the bearing cap off and check. Make sure you get the
preload on the bearings correct or you will have little bearing
pieces in about 2 miles. Don't ask how I found out.

Laters
--
Don Grossman
duckdonmac.com

43 GPW
63 F-100 4x4
77 F250
99 Contour

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From: "Mike" connect.ab.ca>
Subject: Shoulder harness
Date: (No, or invalid, date.)

As far as I have seen, all 67-72's had a captive nut in the 'B' pillar for shoulder harnesses. In my wanderings
through various wreckers, I have found that from 73 to about aug/sept of 75 there was no provision for mounting them.


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From: "BJ Frederick" alaska.net>
Subject: Re: Update (and questions about) Dad's new 1979 F-150
Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 12:32:53 -0900

Joe:
I just ordered a new front drive shaft for my 77 F150, it cost 270.00
here in Alaska for a nice new custom shaft. And the steering box and linkage
rod goes for about 100 to 150 dollars at a local junk yard. I rebuilt my
steering box with a kit from Autozone. I have power steering on my truck.
That price is way out of line from your local salvage yard. Good luck on his
truck

BJ
77 F150 400M(built) 4x4 shortbox
99 Durango 360 Magnum 4x4


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From: JUMPINFORDaol.com
Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 16:03:52 EST
Subject: DAna 60 help needed

Hello everybody, I need some help locatiing a part. I need the inner axle
for a dana 60 HD front end off of a 76 F-350 Supercab. DAd got a lil excited
last time we went wheelin and splintered it big time. So far all my
searching has been in vain. The ford part # for it is D6TZ-3220-B. And Im
not keepin my hopes up. This is the big nasty dana 60, the knuckle joints
are very large and do not use C-clips, instead they have the full snap rings
on the outside of the joint. If this is not enough info just let me know and
I can get length and spline count for ya.

Darrell Duggan
74 F-350 "Tweety"

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Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 17:17:19 -0700
From: "Matt" mailcity.com>
Subject: 65-66 links

Does anyone have links to online parts ordering for old trucks, like carolina classics or someone specializing in 65 or 66 fords?

Thanks


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From: "Christopher Worley" hotmail.com>
Subject: Re: 65-66 links
Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 16:26:40 PST

http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://www.autokrafters.com

>From: "Matt" mailcity.com>
>Reply-To: 61-79-listford-trucks.com
>To: 61-79-listford-trucks.com
>Subject: [61-79-list] 65-66 links
>Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 17:17:19 -0700
>
>Does anyone have links to online parts ordering for old trucks, like
>carolina classics or someone specializing in 65 or 66 fords?
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Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 17:29:34 -0800 (PST)
From: damon obrien yahoo.com>
Subject: 390 or 360 ????????

I am putting a high flow oil pump in my 72 ford.
my problem is that im not sure if me engine is a 390
or a 360. the oil pump is the same for both engines,
but I have been told that the hardend shaft has two
different part #'s. could any one tell me the
different stroke mesherments of the two? and is there
a ez way to find the difference between the both
engines???(it is still in the truck so Im tring to
avoid pulling a head).
Damon
www.fortunecity.co.uk/pitstop/offroad/35/
1972 ford ranger xlt 390?360??????

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From: "Jason & Kathy Kendrick" mddc.com>
Subject: Re: 390 or 360 ????????
Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 20:18:19 -0600

The only two different shafts for FE's that I know of are the FE shaft and
the FT shaft. The FT shaft is a much thicker peice with a larger distributor
end. But, i could be wrong......

Jason Kendrick

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From: damon obrien yahoo.com>
To: ford list <61-79-listford-trucks.com>
Date: Thursday, March 16, 2000 7:22 PM
Subject: [61-79-list] 390 or 360 ????????

>but I have been told that the hardend shaft has two
>different part #'s.

> Damon



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From: "Christopher Worley" hotmail.com>
Subject: Web Page
Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 18:42:45 PST

I just got the photos of my '67 scanned and posted on my website
http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://cworley.highspeedzone.com check it out. I also have pictures of the
'72 F100 I am trying to sell if anyone is interested :).


Chris
'67 F100
'72 F100
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