fordtrucks61-79-digest Wednesday, January 28 1998 Volume 02 : Number 047
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In this issue:
Re: Driver's side vent [marko ]
Re: Just a couple of questions about my truck. [CandyDMan
MT for a 351 [Serian ]
Re: Driver's side vent [danadeb pacbell.net]
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 1998 22:56:44 -0800
Subject: Re: Driver's side vent
At 08:05 PM 1/27/98 -0800, you wrote:
>I'm looking for any tips or tricks on removal and replacement of the
>driver's side vent. My '68 F-250 conveniently has the E-brake pedal in
>the way of the screws, and appears to be fastened in by some honkin'
>size rivets. Marko, you were just doing this, any suggestions?
>Thanks in advance.
Chad, I didn't get to it last wkend. I'll let you know this wkend.
Date: Wed, 28 Jan 1998 01:52:36 EST
Subject: Re: Just a couple of questions about my truck.
>> I am pretty sure the engine is a 302. It is a straight six, but I am not
>>100% sure that it is a 302.
If it's a straight six, it is NOT a 302. Probably a 300. A 302 is a V8
Date: Wed, 28 Jan 1998 11:16:18 -0500
Subject: MT for a 351
>I was wonderin' what manual tranny's could go with
>this motor, I was going to redo the C-6 but have decided to go stick, so
>I'm trying to figure out what tranny's will work, will any of the newer
>(80's) 4 or 5 speeds work or do I have to stay with the 70's 4-speeds?
These engines were typically matched up with the Ford 3.03 3-speed,
the NP435 4-speed, and the Warner T-18 and T-19B 4-speeds.
(up to 1986, I believe)
If you can find a transmission that will bolt up to your bell housing that
is heavy duty enough, though, just about any of them will work.
Have a look in the Chilton's or Haynes manual for what transmissions
were matched with the 351M, 400, or 460 in the late 80's and 90's
you can be reasonably sure that they will take the stress of the engine.
Date: Wed, 28 Jan 1998 00:22:36 -0800
From: danadeb pacbell.net
Subject: Re: Driver's side vent
The Emergency brake pedal on my 70 has one bolt under the dash. I cant say fore
sure about the other bolts but an emergency brake pedal assembly that I bought
once (don't remember the year ford truck I got it from ) had two bolts that went
through the firewall and then one under the dash. ( BTW it was a direct bolt in
replacement ( had to drill two holes in the firewall ) for the stock one in my
56 F100, you know the ones that when you pull them up, to set the brake, you
knock your knees as you get out!)
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