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fordtrucks80up-digest Monday, March 9 1998 Volume 02 : Number 090



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In this issue:

Re: New Shocks [Bill03bt ]
FS Extended Cab Rear Seat Elevator [Tom and Amanda Lang
Re: fordtrucks80up-digest V2 #83 [JMHSUV ]
dual front shocks [rockinghorse webtv.net (Randall Goolsby)]
Re: F250HD Front end alignment [Bill Funk ]
re:pinging and engine temp [rockinghorse webtv.net (Randall Goolsby)]
Re: F 250HD front alignment [rockinghorse webtv.net (Randall Goolsby)]
rings breaking? ["Randy L. Hatcher" ]
Re: fordtrucks80up-digest V2 #89 [Sasha95 ]
Re: FS Extended Cab Rear Seat Elevator ["Ryan Penner"
Towing capacities [Dmcomp ]
Re: rings breaking? [Randy ]
Bike rack; Chilton's; Grille cover [Randy ]
Re: fordtrucks80up-digest V2 #89 [JSCF250 ]
Re: rings breaking? [bgap RAPIDNET.COM]
2wd Lockers [Jayme Uldarico Newell ]
raduis arm bushing? [WindWaiver ]
Re: 2wd Lockers ["Ryan Penner" ]
Re: fordtrucks80up-digest V2 #89 [Allan Goldarbit
Transmission Question [peter.arnold.01 snet.net (Peter T. Arnold)]
CHECK THIS OUT [JSCF250 ]
ADMIN: Digest topic filtering [Ken Payne ]
Re: rings breaking? [Chad Royse ]
Re: ADMIN: Digest topic filtering [Chad Royse ]
93 Ford F-150 4x4 [rotaryride earthlink.net]
Re: 93 Ford F-150 4x4 [Randy ]
Re: ADMIN: Digest topic filtering [Randy ]
K&N Performance Kit [Croth2 ]
Re: K&N Performance Kit [FSTFORDS ]

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Date: Sun, 8 Mar 1998 06:46:29 EST
From: Bill03bt
Subject: Re: New Shocks

I just replaced the shocks on my 96 ranger supercab v6 with KYB shocks. The
ride and handling are better than new. I also had a set of KYB's on a Volvo I
owned. I drove that car about 20000 miles and was just as happy with them when
I sold the car as when they were new. I personally like this brand of shocks
and would recommend them. A set of four for my ranger cost $175.

Bill

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Date: Sun, 08 Mar 1998 08:59:59 -0500
From: Tom and Amanda Lang
Subject: FS Extended Cab Rear Seat Elevator

I have a 1993/F250/ext. cab/7.3TD/4x4/ZF/4.10. There appear to be a few
aftermarket "stands" that elevate the rear seat to more like the later
(1995 and above?) models. Has anyone had any experience with this? Most
seem to come with seatbelt extensions. OK, but do you have to cut the
plastic above the seat to "remount" the latch, or how did they solve this?
Lastly, does the seat still fold flat, or does the front portion
"fall-down" more than the back which is now higher? Or, am I better off
going to a junkyard and getting the whole assembly, seats and all
(yikes--$$). Thanks.

Tom (getting ready to order ISSPRO egt gage and boost gage and pillar
mount) Lang



**************************************************************
Greetings my friend, we are all interested in the future, for
that is where you and I are going to spend the *rest* of our
lives. And remember my friend, future events such as these
will effect *you* in the future.

- --Criswell Predicts, from Ed Wood's "Plan 9 From Outer Space"
**************************************************************

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Date: Sun, 8 Mar 1998 09:31:56 EST
From: JMHSUV
Subject: Re: fordtrucks80up-digest V2 #83

In a message dated 98-03-04 05:50:53 EST, you write:

>
Ken, I would like to be on the Exployer list.

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Date: Sun, 8 Mar 1998 07:07:35 -0800
From: rockinghorse webtv.net (Randall Goolsby)
Subject: dual front shocks

Anybody know if there is a quad shock kit available for an 85 F-250 4X4?
This is a front leaf spring IFS truck. TIA, Randy

















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Date: Sun, 08 Mar 1998 08:25:09 -0700
From: Bill Funk
Subject: Re: F250HD Front end alignment

> From: "Evan & Teresa"
> Subject: Re: F250HD Front end alignment
>
> if you plan on keeping your truck you will want to find an alignment
> shop
> that has a good rack and reasonable rates I have an 88 f 250 4x4 and
> learned after the third set of front tires that the only way to deal
> with
> the problem was to rotate my tires and get the alignment checked every
> 15k
> kilometers I was also told that keeping the alignment in check would
> slow
> the wearing of all the expensive front end components I would have
> thought
> that ford would have taken care of this problem years ago
> just my .02 evan
> - -----Original Message-----
> From: Shivers, Bret
> Subject: F250HD Front end alignment
>
> >Has anyone had problems with the front-end alignment on F250HD
> trucks? I
> >have a 97 F250HD Powerstroke I
> >purchased in Sept. 97 and at about 5000 miles I had to get the front
> >aligned, Ford did do it under warranty. A
> >friend of mine purchased his after me and had to do the same. A third
>
> >friend bought his in Mar 97, and didn't get his
> >truck checked until he had 16K miles and Ford charged him for the
> >alignment. A fourth guy has a 96 F250HD and
> >turns out he has been having problems with alignment. The only thing
> I
> >have seen, is Jason Lesters website TSB
> >showing an added leaf spring. Has anyone had this done and what was
> the
> >ride like after? Did it take any arm
> >twisting to get Ford to fix it?
> >
> >Thanks,
> >Bret, Austin Texas

Our '91 F250HD 4X2 has been in for alignment twice; once at about 4K
miles, and once at 50K, both times to a shop other than the dealer.
Alignment is not something Ford can take care of in the sense that you
won't need to have it done as maintenance. Simply driving on city
streets will wear parts and cause the alignment to change. Potholes,
parking bumpers, RR tracks, curbs, and debris in the roadway all cause
the alignment to change, and it needs to be corrected once in a while.
I have *NEVER* had my vehicles to the dealer for alignment, because I
know what they do; they check to see if the front end is within specs.
If it is, they pronounce it aligned, and send it on its way. They can do
nothing else under the company's rules. The shop I take it to, however,
will actually check to see which way the wheels point, and make them
point the right way, regardless of "specs". My dealer will not bend
I-beams, saying they are set at the factory, and are too heavy to bend
under any force short of a hard collision, yet almost any other shop
will bend then as a matter of course to set the wheels right.

Bill Funk

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Date: Sun, 8 Mar 1998 07:27:05 -0800
From: rockinghorse webtv.net (Randall Goolsby)
Subject: re:pinging and engine temp

Dave,there is a knock sensor in your truck,and it's my understanding
that its function is to combat exactly what you are describing hereI
would suggest replacing that before you start dinking with the
timing.Your EEC should be making all the adjustments for smooth quiet
engine operations.My 94 Bronco was also reading cool til I replaced the
temp sender.I had a good idea of this because I had just replaced the
thermostat with a 195 degree stat.Hope this gives you some ideas.
Randy

















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Date: Sun, 8 Mar 1998 07:37:00 -0800
From: rockinghorse webtv.net (Randall Goolsby)
Subject: Re: F 250HD front alignment

Evan, what is 15,000 kilometers in english?Seems pretty frequently for a
front end alignment,especially on a 4X4 that requires either a 4wheel or
thrust alignment at additional cost over standard 2WD. Tire rotation
every 4000 for this kid. Randy

















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Date: Sun, 8 Mar 1998 10:39:27 -0500 (EST)
From: "Randy L. Hatcher"
Subject: rings breaking?

I am about to buy a Ford Ranger,that a person has,and he tells me for some
reason the ring on piston # 3 keeps breaking,is there a
fix for this?
does the block need to be bored out?
it's a 2.0L 5-speed manual,2WD SWB.
thanks


afn23242 afn.org
Randy Hatcher

- ------------------------------------------------------------------------
those that have minds don't use them,those that do can't think straight.

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Date: Sun, 8 Mar 1998 11:11:45 EST
From: Sasha95
Subject: Re: fordtrucks80up-digest V2 #89

I have a question regarding replacement shocks for my 1991 Bronco. The
truck is not driven off road, but I do pull a small landscape trailer on
occassion. I'm looking for a shock which gives a smooth ride as the truck is
used daily for commuting. Thank you in advance for any replies.

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Date: Sun, 8 Mar 1998 12:25:22 -0700
From: "Ryan Penner"
Subject: Re: FS Extended Cab Rear Seat Elevator

- -----Original Message-----
From: Tom and Amanda Lang
To: fordtrucks80up ListService.net
Date: Sunday, March 08, 1998 7:03 AM
Subject: FS Extended Cab Rear Seat Elevator


>I have a 1993/F250/ext. cab/7.3TD/4x4/ZF/4.10. There appear to be a few
>aftermarket "stands" that elevate the rear seat to more like the later
>(1995 and above?) models. Has anyone had any experience with this? Most
>seem to come with seatbelt extensions. OK, but do you have to cut the
>plastic above the seat to "remount" the latch, or how did they solve this?
>Lastly, does the seat still fold flat, or does the front portion
>"fall-down" more than the back which is now higher? Or, am I better off
>going to a junkyard and getting the whole assembly, seats and all
>(yikes--$$). Thanks.
>
>Tom (getting ready to order ISSPRO egt gage and boost gage and pillar
>mount) Lang
>
>
>
>**************************************************************
>Greetings my friend, we are all interested in the future, for
>that is where you and I are going to spend the *rest* of our
>lives. And remember my friend, future events such as these
>will effect *you* in the future.
>
>--Criswell Predicts, from Ed Wood's "Plan 9 From Outer Space"
>**************************************************************
>+--------------- Ford Truck Enthusiasts - 1980 - 1996 ----------------+
>| Send posts to fordtrucks80up listservice.net, |
>| List removal instructions on the website. |
>+----------------- Site: http://www.ford-trucks.com -----------------+

My Dad when he still had his 250 extended cab put a "bench seat lift" on it
and it made is sooooo...... much more comfortable to sit on. As far as seat
belts go, I do not remember because it was a while ago that he did this. We
no longer have that truck either. I do know that it gave us some space
below the seat also.

My 1 1/2 cents :)

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Date: Sun, 8 Mar 1998 14:40:26 EST
From: Dmcomp
Subject: Towing capacities

Hi,
I own an 83 F100 SWB with a 300-6 and C4 transmission that I will be use
occasionally for towing a two-horse trailer. I'm not sure of the trailer
weight but the horses collectively weight approximately 2200 lbs. The trips
I'm planning won't be more than a 150 mile radius from where I live. My
question is has anyone had any experience with this or know where I can find
the manufacturers recommended towing capacities. Thanks for yor help.

Dmc

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Date: Sun, 08 Mar 1998 15:57:57 -0800
From: Randy
Subject: Re: rings breaking?

Randy,
Hmmmm, KEEPS breaking??!! How many times has this happened? If
the piston ring breaks that means the rod and piston have to come out
in order to fix it. This can be costly if you can't do it yourself,
just due to the labor alone. I'm guessing that's his reason for
selling the truck. How many miles are on it and which ring is
breaking? If it's the top compression ring, my guess would be there's
too much carbon build up at the top of the cylinder, but this is
unlikely if he had it fixed already, since the probably would have
used a ridge reamer on it, but who knows. Other than some type of
debris like part of a broken spark plug there's really nothing to
break a ring. If he bought oversized rings (.005-.010") maybe he
didn't have the cylinder honed properly and it could be out-of-round,
thereby causing stress on the rings which it isn't built for and yes
a few thousandths or a few hundredths of an inch can make a difference
depending on the tolerancing. My suggestion would be only buy the
truck if you can get it dirt cheap, cheap enough to have a qualified
shop with a good reputation fit the truck with new pistons all the way
around by machining the block to fit in them. Most reputable shops
will guarantee that type of work for a limited time, enough time that
you should be able to tell if it worked anyway. Again, if you are
capable of engine removal/installation you'll save a bunch of bucks
there, by just taking the engine to the shop. I wouldn't recommend
much teardown, pay them for it, if you're not qualified, it'll be
worth the extra bucks, especially if you get the owner to realize this
will cost you money to do it RIGHT. He may try to tell you 'yeah, but
it only cost me....' blahblahblah, yeah, don't think so, since it
obviously didn't work. Btw, I'm not telling you whether you should or
shouln't get the truck, just giving you some insight into what you may
be looking at for a fix. Let the group know the outcome, k?
Later,
Randy (sure are alot of us on here lately...)


Randy L. Hatcher wrote:
>
> I am about to buy a Ford Ranger,that a person has,and he tells me for some
> reason the ring on piston # 3 keeps breaking,is there a
> fix for this?
> does the block need to be bored out?
> it's a 2.0L 5-speed manual,2WD SWB.
> thanks
>
> afn23242 afn.org
> Randy Hatcher

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Date: Sun, 08 Mar 1998 16:23:35 -0800
From: Randy
Subject: Bike rack; Chilton's; Grille cover

Ok, how is this for a slow response to some questions.... Sometimes
we just forget what we know until we remember it... hmmmm
A WHILE back some ppl from the group have asked about the following
articles and where to get them, well I finally came up with some
answers...timely, eh?

*** Ford Chiltons' Manuals - 65-93 pickup covered, in different books,
of course
*** Winter grille cover - has adjustable slots and comes w/screen for
summer

Found both in my Ford Pickup Truck Accessories catalog. Got this from
a local accessory shop called D&S Custom Van. Their number is
(440)946-2178 they can probably hook you up with a catalog or just
order thru them. Also try Key Parts auto stores, their tag is on
here, but no # or anything and I've never heard of them.

*** Bike Rack for 2" receiver - swing away, fold down, or one I found
pretty cool was the 'slide over' rack. It slides over the 2"
extension w/the ball on it so you can tow a trailer and still carry a
bike, although I don't know how tight a turn you can make w/o a tall
trailer smashing the bike into the back of your truck....ouch!

I found this in my Performance Products catalog. 1-800-752-6111 is
the order line so you can probably get a catalog there too. Or visit
them at http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://www.performanceproducts.com that's where I got mine.

Hope the ones who wanted this info are still looking for it or still
belong to this list...hehehe. I suppose this could be posted on the
other lists too, but since I don't subscribe to them maybe someone who
does can decide that and forward the post if they feel it helpful.
Later,
Randy

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Date: Sun, 8 Mar 1998 15:34:36 EST
From: JSCF250
Subject: Re: fordtrucks80up-digest V2 #89

i just put a set of gabriel gas magnum shocks on my f-250, and the truck rides
smooth. they are about 23 bucks at pep boys or any local auto store, monroe
makes the same also.good luck.

joe jscf250

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Date: Sun, 08 Mar 1998 14:02:11 -0600
From: bgap RAPIDNET.COM
Subject: Re: rings breaking?

Or you could run it without that piston. Just remove it. Ford puts too
many pistons in their engines anyway. Think of the savings!!!

Randy wrote:
>
> Randy,
> Hmmmm, KEEPS breaking??!! How many times has this happened? If
> the piston ring breaks that means the rod and piston have to come out
> in order to fix it. This can be costly if you can't do it yourself,
> just due to the labor alone. I'm guessing that's his reason for
> selling the truck. How many miles are on it and which ring is
> breaking? If it's the top compression ring, my guess would be there's
> too much carbon build up at the top of the cylinder, but this is
> unlikely if he had it fixed already, since the probably would have
> used a ridge reamer on it, but who knows. Other than some type of
> debris like part of a broken spark plug there's really nothing to
> break a ring. If he bought oversized rings (.005-.010") maybe he
> didn't have the cylinder honed properly and it could be out-of-round,
> thereby causing stress on the rings which it isn't built for and yes
> a few thousandths or a few hundredths of an inch can make a difference
> depending on the tolerancing. My suggestion would be only buy the
> truck if you can get it dirt cheap, cheap enough to have a qualified
> shop with a good reputation fit the truck with new pistons all the way
> around by machining the block to fit in them. Most reputable shops
> will guarantee that type of work for a limited time, enough time that
> you should be able to tell if it worked anyway. Again, if you are
> capable of engine removal/installation you'll save a bunch of bucks
> there, by just taking the engine to the shop. I wouldn't recommend
> much teardown, pay them for it, if you're not qualified, it'll be
> worth the extra bucks, especially if you get the owner to realize this
> will cost you money to do it RIGHT. He may try to tell you 'yeah, but
> it only cost me....' blahblahblah, yeah, don't think so, since it
> obviously didn't work. Btw, I'm not telling you whether you should or
> shouln't get the truck, just giving you some insight into what you may
> be looking at for a fix. Let the group know the outcome, k?
> Later,
> Randy (sure are alot of us on here lately...)
>
> Randy L. Hatcher wrote:
> >
> > I am about to buy a Ford Ranger,that a person has,and he tells me for some
> > reason the ring on piston # 3 keeps breaking,is there a
> > fix for this?
> > does the block need to be bored out?
> > it's a 2.0L 5-speed manual,2WD SWB.
> > thanks

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Date: Sun, 8 Mar 1998 13:56:06 -0800 (PST)
From: Jayme Uldarico Newell
Subject: 2wd Lockers

2wd lockers sound like a great idea for increasing performance without
having to deal with the hassle of a 4WD. Does anyone know where I can
find more information about installing 2wd lockers on an '88 Ranger? And
where I can buy the kit?
Thanks

Jayme

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Date: Sun, 8 Mar 1998 16:58:21 EST
From: WindWaiver
Subject: raduis arm bushing?

anyone ever replaced the bushing for the raduis arm on an 85 f250 2WD?
wondering if its alot of work, Someone said i may have to pull the front end
forward some to reailgn the holes

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Date: Sun, 8 Mar 1998 15:20:10 -0700
From: "Ryan Penner"
Subject: Re: 2wd Lockers

Someone said they had never heard of putting lockers on 2WD. In the Baja
1000 quite a few of the trucks there are 2wd, and have lockers to get them
through the hard stuff.

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Date: Sun, 08 Mar 1998 17:29:24 -0500
From: Allan Goldarbit
Subject: Re: fordtrucks80up-digest V2 #89

Sasha95 wrote:
>
> I have a question regarding replacement shocks for my 1991 Bronco. The
> truck is not driven off road, but I do pull a small landscape trailer on
> occassion. I'm looking for a shock which gives a smooth ride as the truck is
> used daily for commuting. Thank you in advance for any replies.
> +--------------- Ford Truck Enthusiasts - 1980 - 1996 ----------------+
> | Send posts to fordtrucks80up listservice.net, |
> | List removal instructions on the website. |
> +----------------- Site: http://www.ford-trucks.com -----------------+


Have Explorer Pro-Comp EX-3000 shocks installed on Ranger 4x4 Suprcab
and they have an extremely smooth but firm ride. 100% improvement over
the factory shocks. They are not nitrogen gas but are cellular gas and
seem to wallow much less than the factory tubes.

Allan

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Date: Sun, 08 Mar 1998 23:36:04 GMT
From: peter.arnold.01 snet.net (Peter T. Arnold)
Subject: Transmission Question

Re: '95 F-250 PowerStroke, Automatic, =20

I would like to change the ATF and convert to synthetic fluid as I
desire it's high temperatur abalities.

Best Method? Possible to do at home?

Drop pan, change filter replce fluid? Is there a drain plug in the
converter?

Take it to a dealer, have him change filter and power flush?

Any thoughts out there ??

Peter T. Arnold
'95 F-250 PowerStroke
'54 Metropolitan

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Date: Sun, 8 Mar 1998 18:44:39 EST
From: JSCF250
Subject: CHECK THIS OUT

Hey members, i found a great troubleshooting website. it tells all, its alot
about gm but the fuel systems, sensors, and automotive mechanical info is
generally the same concept. and its very informative, its a TROUBLESHOOTING
WEBSITE. check it out and add it to your favorite places for future
reference.the add is
http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://www.troubleshooters.com/tautomot.htm

p.s. only 1 person responded to my prob, if any more clues i would appreciate
it.
RUNNING RICH/ ROUGH IDLE THANKS,


JSCF250 /
JSC721

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Date: Sun, 08 Mar 1998 19:31:23 -0500
From: Ken Payne
Subject: ADMIN: Digest topic filtering

Since the practice of replying to the digests without using a
subject has continued I've added a filter to all the lists that
will rejected any post that starts with (depends on the list):

re: fordtrucks-small-digest
re: fordtrucks61-79-digest
re: fordtrucks80up-digest
re: fordtrucks97up-digest
re: fordtrucks-digest

Such posts will be rejected. Unfortunately, these rejections
will will not send notification of the rejection. Such posts
simply disappear into the "bit bucket." When replying to the
digest, please put in the topic in the "SUBJECT" line of the
email.

Hopefully this change will make the list messages easier to
follow.

Later,
Ken Payne
Admin, Ford Truck Enthusiasts
http://www.ford-trucks.com

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Date: Sun, 08 Mar 1998 20:34:45 -0500
From: Chad Royse
Subject: Re: rings breaking?

Put it in right. Actually, I have never heard of such a problem. Somebody is
either ignorant about the procedures or there is something else wrong. In
trying to imagine how such a problem could arise, I was wondering if some one
already bored it out, then used stock pistons? That would increase the stress
on the rings. It would also make some noticeable piston slap.

In any case, I would make sure the price is right.

Chad

Randy L. Hatcher wrote:

> I am about to buy a Ford Ranger,that a person has,and he tells me for some
> reason the ring on piston # 3 keeps breaking,is there a
> fix for this?
> does the block need to be bored out?
> it's a 2.0L 5-speed manual,2WD SWB.
> thanks
>
> afn23242 afn.org
> Randy Hatcher
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> those that have minds don't use them,those that do can't think straight.
>
> +--------------- Ford Truck Enthusiasts - 1980 - 1996 ----------------+
> | Send posts to fordtrucks80up listservice.net, |
> | List removal instructions on the website. |
> +----------------- Site: http://www.ford-trucks.com -----------------+

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Date: Sun, 08 Mar 1998 20:39:43 -0500
From: Chad Royse
Subject: Re: ADMIN: Digest topic filtering

If I could take advantage of this msg. and say that if you also reply to
the appropriate msg, it keeps the threads nice and neat.

Ken Payne wrote:

> Since the practice of replying to the digests without using a
> subject has continued I've added a filter to all the lists that
> will rejected any post that starts with (depends on the list):
>
> re: fordtrucks-small-digest
> re: fordtrucks61-79-digest
> re: fordtrucks80up-digest
> re: fordtrucks97up-digest
> re: fordtrucks-digest
>
> Such posts will be rejected. Unfortunately, these rejections
> will will not send notification of the rejection. Such posts
> simply disappear into the "bit bucket." When replying to the
> digest, please put in the topic in the "SUBJECT" line of the
> email.
>
> Hopefully this change will make the list messages easier to
> follow.
>
> Later,
> Ken Payne
> Admin, Ford Truck Enthusiasts
> http://www.ford-trucks.com
>
> +--------------- Ford Truck Enthusiasts - 1980 - 1996 ----------------+
> | Send posts to fordtrucks80up listservice.net, |
> | List removal instructions on the website. |
> +----------------- Site: http://www.ford-trucks.com -----------------+

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Date: Sun, 8 Mar 1998 18:01:33 -0800 (PST)
From: rotaryride earthlink.net
Subject: 93 Ford F-150 4x4

Hello All,

New to this list.

Seeking information and advice on suspension for subject truck. I live in
gravel roads which become infested with "washboard" bumps. The stock
suspension is beating me to death! I don't want to raise the truck, bu I
would not be opposed to raising the front end enough to "level" the truck.
Anyone have any advice or experience with taming the stock suspension on
these trucks?

Thanks in advance!!!!

Eric Johnson
1993 SB F-150 4x4

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Date: Sun, 08 Mar 1998 22:27:02 -0800
From: Randy
Subject: Re: 93 Ford F-150 4x4

Ok, can't wait to see the flames for this one...
take it easy on 'em guys, he's new....
Btw, Eric, great guitar work, I love Cliffs of Dover

rotaryride earthlink.net wrote:
>
> Hello All,
>
> New to this list.
>
> Seeking information and advice on suspension for subject truck. I live in
> gravel roads which become infested with "washboard" bumps. The stock
> suspension is beating me to death! I don't want to raise the truck, bu I
> would not be opposed to raising the front end enough to "level" the truck.
> Anyone have any advice or experience with taming the stock suspension on
> these trucks?
>
> Thanks in advance!!!!
>
> Eric Johnson
> 1993 SB F-150 4x4

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Date: Sun, 08 Mar 1998 22:29:13 -0800
From: Randy....


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