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fordtrucks-digest Digest Volume 97 : Issue 115

Today's Topics:

Re: Intake Manifold [Don Grossman ]
project truck [jniolon uss.com ]
Re: Spindle replacement :-( [Gil Mahoney ]
RE: 460 Swap [reedg ns2.cetlink.net ]
Re: It's pumpkin season [sdelanty sonic.net ]
Re: project truck [Daver ]
IMPORTANT ADMIN NEWS, PLEASE READ [Ken Payne ]
Sounds good! ["Terry R Sherman"
RE: project truck 460 hp & tque [Kevin Kemmerer ]
Grindage [mark heims ]
Re: IMPORTANT ADMIN NEWS, PLEASE REA [Daver ]
RE: IMPORTANT ADMIN NEWS, PLEASE REA [DC Beatty
Re: IMPORTANT ADMIN NEWS, PLEASE REA ["George Shepherd"
Re: IMPORTANT ADMIN NEWS, PLEASE REA [Don Grossman ]
Re: Hollanders Interchange Books ["George Shepherd"
Re: IMPORTANT ADMIN NEWS, PLEASE REA [Niqjh aol.com ]
Swapping a 3-speed.... [gusinks ruraltel.net (Clark Gustafs]
Re: Swapping a 3-speed.... [William Sabers
Re: sputtering 390 [Doug Neely

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Date: Tue, 15 Jul 1997 06:57:32 +0000
From: Don Grossman
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Daver wrote:

> FE's Rule!!!!!
>
> The King is dead LONG live the king.
>
> Molater
>
> Daver

In my best Rocky voice( as in Rocky and Bullwinkle)

Now for something we hope you'll really like!
--
Don Grossman
duckdon pacific.net

The scene;

Bunch of NASA guys looking at TV monitor.

"Look, A ROCK!"


63 Ford F-250 4x4 67' 390, t-98, Spicer 24, Dana 60, Dana 44

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Date: Tue, 15 Jul 1997 10:24 -0400 (EDT)
From: jniolon uss.com
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O.K. all you Ford experts,

Here's my project...what are your suggestions"

A 53 ford pickup with a '75 8.2:1 C.R. Lincoln 460/C-6 and the 9" Ford
rearend from the same Lincoln.

The drivetrain is complete with Chrysler front clip and custom
ladderbars and coilovers in back.

I'm ready to start the engine build and looking for suggestions for
it. All I want is neck breaking torque, indy car type throttle
response and 22 mpg. (or any two will do)

Seriously I'm looking for suggestions and help for a strong street
motor, for trips or in-town driving..there will be no competition
(except trouncing an odd bow-tie product between lights.. This won't
be a trailer queen but a weekend driver.

I'm starting with a bare block so your suggestions can start there


I'd appreciate all suggestions and if anyone else has done this combo,
a conversation would certainly help me I'm sure

This is my first frame off project and it sure is fun.

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Date: Tue, 15 Jul 97 09:56:17 -0000
From: Gil Mahoney
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The Ford Dealers have their parts catalogs in digital formats. Have the
parts counter guy find the page with the parts you need and give you a
print-out. You will have a blow-up view of all associated parts, and
their Ford numbers.

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Date: Tue, 15 Jul 1997 18:54:59 +0000
From: reedg ns2.cetlink.net
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>
> ps - if you look at the year and it is a 68,69 or an A1A block(thicker wall casting) and you live near me, and you don't want the motor give me a shout i may need one real soon!
>
I know where you can get a 429 out of a '69 Lincoln. E-mail if you
want the phone number. It's in North Carolina. $500.00

Or a 429 Boss NOS block.
Or a 429 Police Interceptor.

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Date: Tue, 15 Jul 1997 17:37:21 -0700
From: sdelanty sonic.net
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Hi Daver,

You wrote:

>the crush sleve is in the pinion assembly it is what takes up the slack
>so the gear lash can be set.

I'm still having trouble figuring out where this is...

My exploded diagram shows the pilot bearing, bearing retainer, drive pinion,
pinion bearings, pinion retainer and seal... I still don't know where the
crush sleeve lives.
It *looks* like the pinion bearings just press onto the drive pinion shaft
until they bottom against a step. The pinion engagement depth is set by
shims behind the pinion retainer plate and the ring gear engagement depth
is set by adjusting nuts acting on the differential case bearings...

Is my diagram bogus, or am I missing something critical or ???
Please clarify if possible so I know what I'm up against.
Do You know of a good, easy to find referance for 9" rebuilding?

>I have done this before I guess old age is
>setting in there are just some things I do not like fooling with
>anymore.

Yeah, I understand that. I'm the same way with some things. Still, I've
never done a 9" rebuild so I'm not sick of it yet....
Teach me how!

>If I take the third member out and take it to a good shop and
>let them set it up then it peals the teeth off the ring gear because the
>lash is incorrect then it is thiers and I am not out anything.

I wish I was making enough HP to worry about trashing 9"'s...
I also wish I knew of an *affordable* shop I could trust to do work.
In general, my experiance with letting others work on my hardware is not good.
All the time and misery I spend on getting warranty satisfaction, I could
just do it right myself and save the time, trouble and expense...

Still wantin to know *how* to do it right,

Steve Delanty

1971 F100 shortbox, FE390, T-18 4-speed

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Date: Tue, 15 Jul 1997 07:37:13 -0500
From: Daver
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jniolon uss.com wrote:
>
> O.K. all you Ford experts,
>
> Here's my project...what are your suggestions"
>
> A 53 ford pickup with a '75 8.2:1 C.R. Lincoln 460/C-6 and the 9" Ford
> rearend from the same Lincoln.
>
> The drivetrain is complete with Chrysler front clip and custom
> ladderbars and coilovers in back.
>
> I'm ready to start the engine build and looking for suggestions for
> it. All I want is neck breaking torque, indy car type throttle
> response and 22 mpg. (or any two will do)
>
> Seriously I'm looking for suggestions and help for a strong street
> motor, for trips or in-town driving..there will be no competition
> (except trouncing an odd bow-tie product between lights.. This won't
> be a trailer queen but a weekend driver.
>
> I'm starting with a bare block so your suggestions can start there
>
>
> I'd appreciate all suggestions and if anyone else has done this combo,
> a conversation would certainly help me I'm sure
>
> This is my first frame off project and it sure is fun.

PAW and Lanauti Racing offer big cube packages exceeding 520 CID if you
want a bruser. best thing to do is get a set of dome top 11:1 pistons
have the heads pocket ported and matched with the biggest valves you can
get in them have the engine balanced and call comp for cam suggestions.
Do not forget to modify the rest of the drive train accordingly.
remember the toughest engine is a loser if the tranie, ujoints, shaft
and rear will not stand up with it.

Molater

Daver

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Date: Tue, 15 Jul 1997 22:12:32 -0400
From: Ken Payne
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Yesterday I received an email from one of the largest Ford antique
parts companies. They would like to distribute their catalog, free
of charge, to anyone on our list who is interested.

In addition, there was an offer to promote them on our web site.
This company is a very well respected member of the Ford antique
"community" and I have no reason to believe they want to influence
our membership. They simply want to take advantage of the fact that
our site receives 250+ Ford truck visitors a day. I wanted to bring
this to the attention of the list members since I've always kept
list business and finances in the open. I'm in favor of letting
them advertise on the web page only - not on the lists (they made no
mention of advertising on or influencing the lists).

Thanks to the kindness of many members the email list expenses are
paid up for this quarter (up in a month) and most of next quarter.
I would like to offer this company an opportunity to advertise on
our page, covering list expenses so our membership doesn't have to.
List expenses are an on-going item that I would rather not have to
beg the members about. I would also like to try to arrange a group
purchase discount with this company since they seem eager to deal
with us. I haven't actually discussed any terms with this company
as I wanted to approach the membership first. Please be prompt with
your opinions as I would like to get in touch with them ASAP.

What does everyone think about this? It seems like a win-win
situation to me. This method would prevent us from having to depend
on a small minority to pay our expenses. If it seems okay to the
membership, I'll reveal the company name and set up an on-line form
you can use to enter your mailing address in. These would be
forwarded to them so you could get your free parts catalog.

As a side note, now that everything has settled down with having the
baby, finishing touches are being added to our window sticker design
and I've contacted a couple of companies for pricing.

Express your opinions either on the list or email me privately
(kpayne mindspring.com), whichever you feel most comfortable with.

-Ken
List Administrator, 1967 Ford F100, 390FE V8
Our web site: http://www.ford-trucks.com
(subscribe/unsubscribe forms on the web site)
fordtrucks lofcom.com is the 1979 and older truck list,
fordtrucks80up lofcom.com is the 1980 and newer truck list..
(Email me if you're on the wrong list)

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Date: Tue, 15 Jul 1997 22:00:55 -0500
From: "Terry R Sherman"
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Sounds good! Let them in! Have them send a booklet or whatever to me!
Terry R Sherman
1522 Hogeboom Ave.
Eau Claire, WI 54701

'76 Ford Highboy...

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> From: Ken Payne
> To: fordtrucks lofcom.com
> Subject: IMPORTANT ADMIN NEWS, PLEASE READ
> Date: Tuesday, July 15, 1997 9:12 PM
>
> Yesterday I received an email from one of the largest Ford antique
> parts companies. They would like to distribute their catalog, free
> of charge, to anyone on our list who is interested.
>
> In addition, there was an offer to promote them on our web site.
> This company is a very well respected member of the Ford antique
> "community" and I have no reason to believe they want to influence
> our membership. They simply want to take advantage of the fact that
> our site receives 250+ Ford truck visitors a day. I wanted to bring
> this to the attention of the list members since I've always kept
> list business and finances in the open. I'm in favor of letting
> them advertise on the web page only - not on the lists (they made no
> mention of advertising on or influencing the lists).
>
> Thanks to the kindness of many members the email list expenses are
> paid up for this quarter (up in a month) and most of next quarter.
> I would like to offer this company an opportunity to advertise on
> our page, covering list expenses so our membership doesn't have to.
> List expenses are an on-going item that I would rather not have to
> beg the members about. I would also like to try to arrange a group
> purchase discount with this company since they seem eager to deal
> with us. I haven't actually discussed any terms with this company
> as I wanted to approach the membership first. Please be prompt with
> your opinions as I would like to get in touch with them ASAP.
>
> What does everyone think about this? It seems like a win-win
> situation to me. This method would prevent us from having to depend
> on a small minority to pay our expenses. If it seems okay to the
> membership, I'll reveal the company name and set up an on-line form
> you can use to enter your mailing address in. These would be
> forwarded to them so you could get your free parts catalog.
>
> As a side note, now that everything has settled down with having the
> baby, finishing touches are being added to our window sticker design
> and I've contacted a couple of companies for pricing.
>
> Express your opinions either on the list or email me privately
> (kpayne mindspring.com), whichever you feel most comfortable with.
>
> -Ken
> List Administrator, 1967 Ford F100, 390FE V8
> Our web site: http://www.ford-trucks.com
> (subscribe/unsubscribe forms on the web site)
> fordtrucks lofcom.com is the 1979 and older truck list,
> fordtrucks80up lofcom.com is the 1980 and newer truck list..
> (Email me if you're on the wrong list)
>
>
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Date: Tue, 15 Jul 1997 23:05:49 -0400
From: Kevin Kemmerer
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Subject: RE: project truck 460 hp & tque
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how much you wanna spend?

you want a torque motor? go like this and you'll have torque from idle =
to 5000 rpm.
this is all assuming you'll get the general work done such as required =
to freshen up the block etc, so just the basics here - this is a basic =
listing of one of my 460's and i think it will appeal to your right foot =
- except the mpg!

stock crank, CJ rods and good bolts, the football head bolts to fit CJ =
rods - (don't skimp here!), clevete bearings and TRW single eyebrow =
forged flat top pistons. these pistons will give you about 9:1 =
compression. get a good 3 angle valve job done and in the exhaust port =
you'll find a BIG lump on the top of the port. grind it out of there it =
is worth 25 hp even when done half*ssed! if you got the dough, use =
earlier heads (CJ would be nice!) but watch compression then, because =
the flattop pistons and early (68,69) heads will yeild over 11.5:1 =
compression. BTW - you really won't loose any torque using the bigger =
port CJ head with 460 or more cubes, you'll just gain it in the 4500 and =
up area. ford sells an aluminum CJ head still.

port match a good intake - weind stealth, or the one in the ford =
motorsprts catalogue will do. both are dual plane but the weind is the =
better choice for 3000 to 6500 rpm (estimate). toss on a 750 cfm carb =
and you're almost ready to rock. i have here a 750 holley vacuum sec. =
that's worked to flow over 900 cfm's. this carb gives invredible =
throttle response from idle up and still feeds a 460 as high as you'll =
spin it with a dual plane intake and stock heads.

i prefer MSD ignition, but i feel that a good destributer and ford box =
is usually sufficiant. 460's like 38-40 total timing coming in full not =
far from idle.

oh, the cam. you'll probably want hydraulic, but solid or hyd., a =
duration advertised of 280-295 and lifts in the 0.525-0.560 range work =
very well and still have good vacuum at idle, though a liittle rough =
idle.

headers are a must. 1 7/8 dia minimum and if you got the room, go 3" =
exhaust dia. these motors need all the help they can get on the exhaust =
side as the ports are very restrictive.

if you want another good item is roller rockers. harland sharp sells =
the "cheapest ones", under 200 bucks from summit. they have the "good" =
ratio of 1.73 and have worked very well for me for several years. to =
use these the heads need to be machined for screw in rockers and guide =
plates (not the early heads though) or crane sells a kit for pedestal =
mount for about $50. ford also sells roller rockers for pedestal mount, =
but they cost big $$$.

now, if you get really serious blue thunder makes heads for the 460 that =
along with a 514 or larger stroker kit and a "mild" cam (like the ones =
mentioned above), good headers and single plane intake, dominater carb =
and good ignition your motor will be busting axles with its 650 hp and a =
mountain of torque. for $4000 engine systems will sell the heads =
complete and fully race ported and manifold matched. on a mild motor =
this alone can boost power almost like squeezing the blue juice bottle! =
never underestimate the heads, they are the most important part in =
making substantial power on any engine. feel free to ask about anything =
i may have left out.

sleddog



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From: jniolon uss.com[SMTP:jniolon uss.com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 15, 1997 6:24 AM
To: fordtrucks lofcom.com
Subject: project truck

O.K. all you Ford experts,
=20
Here's my project...what are your suggestions"
=20
A 53 ford pickup with a '75 8.2:1 C.R. Lincoln 460/C-6 and the 9" =
Ford=20
rearend from the same Lincoln.=20
=20
The drivetrain is complete with Chrysler front clip and custom=20
ladderbars and coilovers in back.
=20
I'm ready to start the engine build and looking for suggestions for =

it. All I want is neck breaking torque, indy car type throttle=20
response and 22 mpg. (or any two will do) =20
=20
Seriously I'm looking for suggestions and help for a strong street=20
motor, for trips or in-town driving..there will be no competition=20
(except trouncing an odd bow-tie product between lights.. This =
won't=20
be a trailer queen but a weekend driver. =20
=20
I'm starting with a bare block so your suggestions can start there
=20
=20
I'd appreciate all suggestions and if anyone else has done this =
combo,=20
a conversation would certainly help me I'm sure
=20
This is my first frame off project and it sure is fun.


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Date: Tue, 15 Jul 1997 21:12:46 -0600
From: mark heims
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Hi all, I'm fairly new to the list. I've got a 78 F150 4x4. It's got
the New Process 435 4 speed. The tranny "pops" out of third gear under
hard acceleration and also started grinding when shifting into third.
Would the sycros cause it to pop out of gear and how hard are they to
replace. Whats a good source of info on rebuilding this tranny? Thanks
in advance.

Mark Heims

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Date: Tue, 15 Jul 1997 10:13:56 -0500
From: Daver
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Sound Great and I wuold like the cataloug as long as it doesn't put my
name on a mailing list.

Molater

Daver

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Date: 15 Jul 97 23:18:34 EDT
From: DC Beatty
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Ken,

it sounds "win win" to me. I'd say go for it, as long as you aren't subjecting
yourself to any legal problems/liabilities that might come back to haunt you.

How do they propose to advertise on the site? Just a link to their site?

Thanks,

DC Beatty
1967 F-100 352
1974 Maverick 302

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Yesterday I received an email from one of the largest Ford antique
parts companies. They would like to distribute their catalog, free
of charge, to anyone on our list who is interested.

In addition, there was an offer to promote them on our web site.
This company is a very well respected member of the Ford antique
"community" and I have no reason to believe they want to influence
our membership. They simply want to take advantage of the fact that
our site receives 250+ Ford truck visitors a day. I wanted to bring
this to the attention of the list members since I've always kept
list business and finances in the open. I'm in favor of letting
them advertise on the web page only - not on the lists (they made no
mention of advertising on or influencing the lists).

Thanks to the kindness of many members the email list expenses are
paid up for this quarter (up in a month) and most of next quarter.
I would like to offer this company an opportunity to advertise on
our page, covering list expenses so our membership doesn't have to.
List expenses are an on-going item that I would rather not have to
beg the members about. I would also like to try to arrange a group
purchase discount with this company since they seem eager to deal
with us. I haven't actually discussed any terms with this company
as I wanted to approach the membership first. Please be prompt with
your opinions as I would like to get in touch with them ASAP.

What does everyone think about this? It seems like a win-win
situation to me. This method would prevent us from having to depend
on a small minority to pay our expenses. If it seems okay to the
membership, I'll reveal the company name and set up an on-line form
you can use to enter your mailing address in. These would be
forwarded to them so you could get your free parts catalog.

As a side note, now that everything has settled down with having the
baby, finishing touches are being added to our window sticker design
and I've contacted a couple of companies for pricing.

Express your opinions either on the list or email me privately
(kpayne mindspring.com), whichever you feel most comfortable with.

-Ken
List Administrator, 1967 Ford F100, 390FE V8
Our web site: http://www.ford-trucks.com
(subscribe/unsubscribe forms on the web site)
fordtrucks lofcom.com is the 1979 and older truck list,
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Date: Tue, 15 Jul 1997 22:48:50 -0500
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> From: Ken Payne
> To: fordtrucks lofcom.com
> Subject: IMPORTANT ADMIN NEWS, PLEASE READ
> Date: Tuesday, July 15, 1997 9:12 PM
>
> Yesterday I received an email from one of the largest Ford antique
> parts companies. They would like to distribute their catalog, free
> of charge, to anyone on our list who is interested.
>
OK by me.

George Shepherd
texan iamerica.net
>
> -Ken
> List Administrator, 1967 Ford F100, 390FE V8
> Our web site: http://www.ford-trucks.com
> (subscribe/unsubscribe forms on the web site)
> fordtrucks lofcom.com is the 1979 and older truck list,
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> (Email me if you're on the wrong list)
>
>
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Date: Tue, 15 Jul 1997 19:52:02 +0000
From: Don Grossman
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Don't scare them off

Just a small fee with a small add space. I don't like some of the Web
pages that look like a billboard.

Absolutly(?) no influence on the list, Thats your job Ken :)

I do love Ford parts catalogs
--
Don Grossman
duckdon pacific.net

The scene;

Bunch of NASA guys looking at TV monitor.

"Look, A ROCK!"


63 Ford F-250 4x4 67' 390, t-98, Spicer 24, Dana 60, Dana 44

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Date: Tue, 15 Jul 1997 22:57:52 -0500
From: "George Shepherd"
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In this months Cars and Parts magazine, there is a Hollanders Ad for their
Classic series interchange manuals. There are about 5 different ones and
they are about $50.

Someone on the list was asking about them the other day, but I couldn't
find the thread.

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Date: Wed, 16 Jul 1997 00:35:44 -0400 (EDT)
From: Niqjh aol.com
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Hi Ken,

Sounds win-win to me too. Go for it!

Nick

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Date: Wed, 16 Jul 1997 00:51:52 -0500
From: gusinks ruraltel.net (Clark Gustafson)
To: "Ford Truck Mailing List"
Subject: Swapping a 3-speed....
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I was interested in swapping my 3-speed auto in my 73' F-100 w/302 for a
4-speed auto, is that possilbe and anything that I should know before, tips
or other? Give me the skinny guys!! Thanks. Griz

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Date: Wed, 16 Jul 1997 00:53:58 -0500 (CDT)
From: William Sabers
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>From what I know it is.
You are going to need the complete linkage all the way up the
steering column. I am trying to find a donor vehicle for this myself. A
friend of mine owns a transmission shop and he said he can beef-up the
four speed to take alot of punishment. I am planning on doing this with
my '78 Bronco.

For what it's worth
Wsabers

On Wed, 16 Jul 1997, Clark Gustafson wrote:

> I was interested in swapping my 3-speed auto in my 73' F-100 w/302 for a
> 4-speed auto, is that possilbe and anything that I should know before, tips
> or other? Give me the skinny guys!! Thanks. Griz
>
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Date: Tue, 15 Jul 1997 23:16:08 -0700
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