fordtrucks61-79-digest Friday, April 3 1998 Volume 02 : Number 197



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In this issue:

parts needed list [DerekHall webtv.net (Derek Hall)]
66 side trim or suggestions? [BEANER12 ]
Cam selection and F500 [pickup65 juno.com (Jon E Purut)]
460 vs. FE ["Robert Harris" ]
73-79 F-100 swaps [Docmi5 ]
PAW ["Michael Redden" ]
Re: Bellhousing. (Was: Re: Boxing the Frame) ["JAMES MERLO"
Re: Fatal Error, Parts For Sale ["Deacon" ]
Re: 460 vs. FE [danadeb pacbell.net]
Re: PAW [CandyDMan ]

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 1998 20:58:46 -0500
From: DerekHall webtv.net (Derek Hall)
Subject: parts needed list

here are a few parts i could use. iI dont think any are rare or exotic.
i live in western N.C. if anyone close has any of these plmk if not I
could have some of them shipped.
C6 slip yoke
C6 dipstick for round bolt pattern FE type trans
53 and 3/4 inch drive shaft
1966 mustang drivers bucket seat back assembly with foam
428 to c6 kickdown
ford clutch type posi-trac unit for 28 spline
thanks for any hel.
derek
66 ranger 428scj c6

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 1998 21:13:03 EST
From: BEANER12
Subject: 66 side trim or suggestions?

I have asked a few times about side trim for a 66 f-100 long bed. I am re-
painting this weekend and I either need the trim or some suggestions since I
am two toning back to the original colors. Thanks.



Eddie
66 F-100

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 1998 21:00:57 -0500
From: pickup65 juno.com (Jon E Purut)
Subject: Cam selection and F500

I do no think this went through the first time so I am resubmitting it


I need help picking a cam for the 351C that I am rebuilding. Its going in
my daily driver F100 so I need something that will offer more torque. I
have been looking in the PAW catalog and crower makes a cam that sounds
about right. Its called the BAJA Beast and is designed for "stump pulling
power and torque...1200 to 3800 RPM."
The specs are:
Lobe Center 112 Deg.
Duration: Advert. Int 258 deg. exh 264 deg.
Duration: .50 Int 200 deg. exh. 210 deg.
Lift : int .477" exh .486"

Does this cam sound right?

Also for those who are interested in the F500 saga: We got it home
sunday. We left Raleigh at 7:15 sunday morning arrived at our destination
in Maryland at 11:30. Loading it up on the trailer and chaining it down
took an hour. Started back at 12:30. Arrived at my wife's uncle's farm
outside Raleigh at 5:30. Rolled it off the trailer and breathed a big
sigh of relief. What a day!

The whole trip cost $70 in fuel too.

Jon E. Purut
Pickup65 juno.com
JCPurut worldnet.att.net
Visit my site http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://home.att.net/~JCPurut

1964 F500 (Rockwell 6.20 gear rear end, T-88 tranny)
1965 F100 SWB Daily Driver (soon to have Stump Pulling Power)
1965 F100
1977 F150
1970 Mustang Fastback
1993 Escort Wagon (wife's car)

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 1998 19:59:38 -0800
From: "Robert Harris"
Subject: 460 vs. FE

Then of course you can open your PAW catalog and buy an SVO 385 block for
less than an average 427 bare block that will take a 4.625 bore and a five
inch stroke taking you out to 672 cubic inches. Cast iron block - $1775.
For about half of what DOVE wants for a mild FE, you can be running an
honest 650+ hp on pump gas.

The only reason to run an FE is because you love it, and that, IMHO is
enough.

Don't start no HP war cause where the FE ends, the 385 is only warming up.
BTW, 500+ is available with STOCK heads, block, crank and rods - without
needing to enrich Jim Dove.

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 1998 23:18:34 EST
From: Docmi5
Subject: 73-79 F-100 swaps

Would anyone have a list or database of what parts can be swaped within the
73-79
F series pickup`s. I know that a windshield from a 73 F-250 fit my 74 F-100
and
was wondering what other parts could also be swapped. Would anyone also know
where one could find pictures of the above pickups "73-79 F-series all"
Thanks

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 1998 23:39:50 -0500
From: "Michael Redden"
Subject: PAW

Hi:

I've been unable to find anything about PAW, except relating to bears or
cats.
Is it similar to the dreaded Summit Racing? I was wondering if PAW had a
URL,
or should I get a phone #

Thanks,

Mike

redden enter.net

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 1998 22:45:54 -0600
From: "JAMES MERLO"
Subject: Re: Bellhousing. (Was: Re: Boxing the Frame)

Steve,
The t98 has a 4.87" diameter bearing retainer (per Advance Adapters).
Would you mind checking the one that you have?
The next issue would be a pilot bearing that fit the input shaft of the
transmission. I haven't looked into that yet (my initial thoughts are that
this shouldn't be too difficult to resolve. I was told by a transmission
guy here in St. Louis that the T18 had a smaller bearing retainer. Not too
many people had a clue when I mentioned t98.

I would appreciate your help.

Thanks,

Jim

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> From: sdelanty
> To: fordtrucks61-79 ListService.net
> Subject: Bellhousing. (Was: Re: Boxing the Frame)
> Date: Thursday, April 02, 1998 5:44 PM
>
>
> >I have been struggling with finding a bellhousing to mate the T98 to ANY
> >motor that was in production after the Y blocks went out.
> >Please let me know
>
> Isn't the bellhousing for the T-98 the same as T-18 and NP435?
> They should be readily available at the wreckers for almost
> any motor You might care to use...
> I *may* still have a bellhousing for a T-18 to 240/6, 300/6, 289,
> 302, 351w laying in the yard. The honeysuckle bush may have eaten
> it by now, but I could go look if you want it..
> Where are You located?
>
>
> Steve
>
> Only those who will risk going too far can
> possibly find out how far one can go.
> -- T. S. Eliot
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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 1998 22:15:55 -0800
From: "Deacon"
Subject: Re: Fatal Error, Parts For Sale

From: Tyler Wilkins
Date: Thursday, April 02, 1998 5:34 PM


>Fellow List members,
> There has been a loss among us. My nearly completed '73 F-250 has
been
>for-ever lost.

Sorry to hear it Tyler. :(

>One 1967 F-100 with a I6 and c-4 (I'm guessing on the tranny) (parting
>out)
>TWO! 1968 F-100's with 390's both with 3 on the tree, one only has
>65,000 miles on it.
>Beautiful, rust-free, straight bodies!
>
>The farmer said I could have all three for $250, and he just wanted
them
>out of there!
>I paid cash on the spot! I drove one of the '68's home and it pulled
>like a charm the whole way after a quick tune-up.

Well it's good to see the Karma Dog was happy with you! Bet after the
accident, you thought no one would call you lucky! :) Good luck getting
the other two home.
Later!

Deacon
deconblu gte.net
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Date: Thu, 02 Apr 1998 22:53:19 -0800
From: danadeb pacbell.net
Subject: Re: 460 vs. FE

Robert Harris wrote:

> Don't start no HP war cause where the FE ends, the 385 is only warming up.
> BTW, 500+ is available with STOCK heads, block, crank and rods - without
> needing to enrich Jim Dove.


Very well stated.

Dana

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Date: Fri, 3 Apr 1998 03:05:40 EST
From: CandyDMan
Subject: Re: PAW

PAW is short for Perfomance Automotive Warehouse. It is located in Southern....


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