>Jesus wrote:
> The '63 F100 that I have has a 292 V-8 (with the distributor in
> the back, is this common? Chilton only describes it as being in the
> front) The exhaust also has a configuration I have never seen (keep in
> mind I am new to the classic ford game), the driver's side exhaust "wraps"
> around the front of the block and connects to the exhaust in the passenger
> side and then goes to the muffler. Right were the two connect there a
> valve of sometype, does anyone have any idea what it is for?

I am by no means an expert on the 292's, since my truck is a relatively new acquisition for me as well, however, since no one has responded to your message, I thought I would answer a couple of your questions.

I've got a '59 292 "Y"-block (as it is referred to) in my '61 F100.
Your description of the motor is exactly like my current setup, (distributer and exhaust). I don't know exactly what the valve is for either.

There is/was a guy on this list who I asked a bunch of 292 engine questions to a couple of weeks ago, (since he and his family sound like big fans of the motors), but I haven't heard back from him since...hopefully we'll hear from him, and others, too.

Hey Mat B. - Are you still out there??? I hope I didn't scare you off with too many questions at once!! ;)

Later,
Eric





=============================
"Happy Days"
1961 F100 Pick'em up Truck
w/'59 292 Y-block
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>From williame why.net Tue Mar 25 09:27:31 1997 From: William Enox
Subject: Re: C6 tranny
To: FORDTRUCKS lofcom.com

Chris North wrote:

Howdy everyone!
I am new to the list and would like to throw out an easy one (I
hope).

I have a 1978 E250 van with a 351W and a C6 automatic. How do you
adjust
the shift points/kickdown points? It hangs is first a little too
long and
won't drop into 3rd under 45 mph unless I am coasting. Between 45
and 55,
I have to let up on the gas to get it to shift. Once it shifts, I
have to
be easy on the gas until I am over 55 or so or it will downshift
again. In
fact, if I hold the speed and throttle just right, I can get it to
shift,
downshift, shift, downshift, etc... All shifts are good and solid,
no
slipping. I replaced the fluid and modulator about 1 1/2 years ago
which
did a little good, but not much.

Sounds like a vacume problem to the modulator. If not enough vacume is getting to it it'll act like that
check for leaks in the line then check and see how much vacume your getting at the vacume port where the modulator gets it's pick up at.




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>From usfmdspr ibmmail.com Tue Mar 25 09:40:36 1997 From: "RANDY ZEILINGER (RZEILING) e-mail(usfmdspr ibmmail.com)" Subject: Addressing block error To: FORDTRUCKS lofcom.com

*** Resending note of 03/25/97 08:47 you wrote: I had an 88 F150 that did the same thing, it is not the motor, but an internal mechanical switch that gets broken because it is plastic. If you can find a good shop they will know this and they can make another out of metal for you. I don't know what it is called, but it will only cost you about $40 and you will never have the same problem. Otherwise you could end up paying about $100 for a new motor with the same plastic switch, which will give out again. They engineer the switch so that it fails and they make money replacing it.

Brad E. Brad Marsh President ASCET, President Tau Alpha Pi

Careful what you say Mr. Marsh, as an engineer I have never designed a part to fail. There are no engineers that intentionaly desire a failure within their components. FWIW if the internal switch is metal is A) more expensive to produce so B) the cost goes up to the consumer (you) and C) is not subject to corrosion because the unit lives in what is considered a "wet" area.

Furthermore the parts are cycle tested for projected lifetime use and use to failure. Statisically speaking, even "perfect" parts will experience some failure within a 6 sigma range.

You don't say when your unit failed but 1988 was essentially 10 years ago. Do you still have the same pair of shoes that you had then?

Before you throw accusations like the one you did, take a few moments to consider the facts.

The opinions expressed are solely my own and not those of any company or organization.

Sincerely, Randy "Proud To Be An Engineer" Z.



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>From PACEG1 WPGATE.UOFS.EDU Tue Mar 25 09:41:41 1997 From: Glen Pace Subject: Smelly air
X-VMS-To: in%"fordtrucks lofcom.com"
To: FORDTRUCKS lofcom.com

I got lucky and was and able to look at the TSB's at my local dealer and here is what I found.
There is a TSB on a mildew smell in the air system.

TSB 96-14-4
Air conditioning musty and mildew odors the procedure was to spray a new disodorizer into the air system using a procedure listed in the TSB (I didn't have enough time to get the whole thing but you had to disable the air compressor and run something to dry the system) But I did get the part # for the disodorizer Part # F6AZ-19G210-AA
A/C system disodorizer
Operation 961404A Apply disodorizer
Time .3hours For a dealer to do it for you not too bad.
I hope this helps anyone with a smelly air conditioning system.
Glen

96 F-350 4x4
77 F-250 4x4



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>From mmiller dryden.net Tue Mar 25 09:42:11 1997 From: "Mitch Miller" Subject: Tip: Beating vapour lock
To: FORDTRUCKS lofcom.com

Ever stopped the old flathead on a hot day and had to crank it over for 10 minutes to get it going again? Have to patiently wait for it to cool off?
Never again!

Put a squeeze bulb gas line primer (like you use on your outboard boat motor gas line) in the fuel line between the fuel pump and the tank. Just takes a couple squeezes and the carb reservoir fills up, never worry again.


Mitch Miller
mmiller dryden.net




















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>From gypsybill usa.net Tue Mar 25 10:26:18 1997 From: "Bill Rotureau" Subject: Re: Re: IFS/Disk brakes for F100 To: FORDTRUCKS lofcom.com

>At 06:45 PM 3/24/97 -0500, you wrote:
>>Has anybody ever installed IFS kits from some of the different after
>>market manufacter's out there (Fat Fendered Street Rods, Chisholm
>>Suspension, etc.). I've got a 64 F100 and was curious how easy a job >>this is to do for a novice restorer.
>>I was also curious if anybody has ever tried using disk brakes, or an
>>entire from end off a newer F100/F150.
>>
>>Chris
>>carogers mtu.edu

Chris,

I have a '64 that I put a '77 Plymouth Volarie rolling K-Frame under.
The old straight axle frontend was too "bouncy" for me. This project is not for the faint hearted tho'. I got the entire k-frame at a junk yard for $250 (disk brakes, power steering, torsion bar supension), got templates for Bob's F100 parts (where I got the idea from), Borgenson steering u-joints for $100, had to fabricate a motor mount cradle, got the porportioning valve from a late model F150 in the same junk yard and bought a new 1979 master cylinder to work the disk brakes with (manual - no power right now). Also had a good friend who was a journeyman welder.
Lot of work, but the end result is great. The whole thing cost me less than $750 including rebuilding the front end and brakes and 3 weekends (12 hours a day).

I would give you the templates, but somewhere in my move from Wyoming to Texas, they got lost.

The Mustang IFS from Fatman is infinitely easier although the complete set up will double what I paid easily. I have several friends in Colorado and Wyoming who have done the Fatman thing on '55 -'56s and said it was a piece of cake. I would opt for their upper and lower control arms rather than the Mustang II stuff as theirs is tougher.

Hope this helps some,

Bill

'64 F100 Shortbox (wannabe hotrod)
'95 Thunderbird (wife's ride)
'90 Harley Dresser


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>From cardoso EESUN2.tamu.edu Tue Mar 25 10:38:09 1997 X-Authentication-Warning: eesun1.tamu.edu: cardoso owned process doing -bs From: Jesus Cardoso Subject: Re: Smelly air
To: FORDTRUCKS lofcom.com

Hey Ya'll,

Does anyone have any ideas on who I should contact for the installation of seat belts in my '63 (dealership, upholstery, ??)?

Thanks,
Jesus



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>From rawbar fred.net Tue Mar 25 12:24:44 1997 From: Rick Ehardt
Subject: Re: Tip: Beating vapour lock/Add Diesel To: FORDTRUCKS lofcom.com


Mitch Miller wrote: 

Ever stopped the old flathead on a hot day and had to crank it over for 10
minutes to get it going again?  Have to patiently wait for it to cool off?
Never again!

Put a squeeze bulb gas line primer (like you use on your outboard boat motor gas line) in the fuel line between the fuel pump and the tank.  Just
takes a couple squeezes and the carb reservoir fills up, never worry again.


 Mitch Miller
mmiller dryden.net

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this is also a very handy idea to use on the diesel motors.  my 6.9 had a seperate moisture seperator from the fuel filter and when i would drain the water out and change the filter there was always a little air after pre filling the filter, and the plunger type drain always leaked air into the system.  in colder climates, moisture and air in your fuel system will make you want to start using gas motors. i bypassed the fuel seperator and installed a marine seperator that had a replaceable filter, a much better draincock and one of those inline squeeze bubbles to refill the reservoir. never had a problem again.  my 7.3 has a built in sererator on the fuel filter that is not only hard to operate it dosent hold much water.  i will have the marine system on by next winter for sure.
rick      http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://www.rawbar.com 66 F750 10ton dump
67 IH 1000 p.u. 220BD
70 MF crawler 3cyl perkins diesel
71 BMW MC  R60/5
78 F350 400 4spd 
83 MB 300CD 5cyl diesel
87 Bronco 300-6, 3spd
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looking for 50 F1or2 (original)







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>From emarsh NMSU.Edu Tue Mar 25 12:32:36 1997 From: "E. Brad Marsh" Subject: Re: Addressing block error To: FORDTRUCKS lofcom.com

>Careful what you say Mr. Marsh, as an engineer I have never designed a part

>to fail.

I am also an engineer, and I know that the life of a component is inversely proportional to the cost, therefore to save money some things are made "cheaper" which results in a lower life span for the part. This is my point, a byproduct of lower cost is less life, but since the cost is passed on to the consumer when the part must be replaced, more money is made by the compay. This is "good" engineering, not the type that Good engineers want, but the type that "good" manufaturers want.

>There are no engineers that intentionaly desire a failure within
>their components. FWIW if the internal switch is metal is A) more expensive to
>produce so B) the cost goes up to the consumer (you) and C) is not subject to
>corrosion because the unit lives in what is considered a "wet" area.

>

The steel switch would only cost a little more to produce, since GM makes the switch out of steel why does Ford make it out of plastic?

>Furthermore the parts are cycle tested for projected lifetime use and use to
>failure. Statisically speaking, even "perfect" parts will experience some

>failure within a 6 sigma range.

>
>You don't say when your unit failed but 1988 was essentially 10 years ago.
Do
>you still have the same pair of shoes that you had then?


My unit failed in '94, and I suspect that since Iwas not the original owner, it had happened before.

>
>Before you throw accusations like the one you did, take a few moments to

>consider the facts.

>
>The opinions expressed are solely my own and not those of any company or

>organization.

>
>Sincerely,

>Randy "Proud To Be An Engineer" Z.

>
>
Good for you, "I am also proud to be one", but I also know that all decisions are not made by engineers. So cool off.

Brad
E. Brad Marsh
President ASCET, President Tau Alpha Pi



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>From usfmdspr ibmmail.com Tue Mar 25 13:14:33 1997 From: "RANDY ZEILINGER (RZEILING) e-mail(usfmdspr ibmmail.com)" Subject: Re: Addressing block error
To: FORDTRUCKS lofcom.com

AH! A good engineering argument follows, use the delete key now.
Brad, I don't disagree with cheaper=lower life span, but the 1988 part lasted 6 years when its base design had a life expectancy of 3-5 years. The part was designed in the early 80's for all intents and purposes. I'd say you got the full life of that part.

You are correct in saying that there are other factors in determining the materials used in components. The bean counters have entirely too much say in what gets used. Perhaps GM engineers have better arguments ;-) however, they do use plastic springs for Corvette suspension if I recall correctly.

Last but not least, most engineers (myself included) will usually "warm" to an arguement, er discussion.
As designers are fond of saying, " Never argue with an engineer because its like argueing with a pig. You both get dirty but only the pig enjoys it."

Enjoy, I'm off to build some trucks.
Randy Z.

~~~~~~NEVER LET THE FACTS GET IN THE WAY OF A GOOD STORY!~~~~~~ (313) 39-02922 FAX (313) 845-5383 Pager (810) 890-3665 FoMoCo Vehicle Operations Maufacturing Engineer---Powertrain
1999 F-150, F-250, SVE, EXPEDITION and NAVIGATOR trucks.
*** Forwarding note from I2328401--IBMMAIL 03/25/97 12:40 *** Date: Tue, 25 Mar 1997 12:32:36 -0500 (EST) From: "E. Brad Marsh" Subject: Re: Addressing block error To: FORDTRUCKS lofcom.com

>Careful what you say Mr. Marsh, as an engineer I have never designed a part

>to fail.

I am also an engineer, and I know that the life of a component is inversely proportional to the cost, therefore to save money some things are made "cheaper" which results in a lower life span for the part. This is my point, a byproduct of lower cost is less life, but since the cost is passed on to the consumer when the part must be replaced, more money is made by the compay. This is "good" engineering, not the type that Good engineers want, but the type that "good" manufaturers want.

>There are no engineers that intentionaly desire a failure within
>their components. FWIW if the internal switch is metal is A) more expensive to
>produce so B) the cost goes up to the consumer (you) and C) is not subject to
>corrosion because the unit lives in what is considered a "wet" area.

>

The steel switch would only cost a little more to produce, since GM makes the switch out of steel why does Ford make it out of plastic?

>Furthermore the parts are cycle tested for projected lifetime use and use to
>failure. Statisically speaking, even "perfect" parts will experience some

>failure within a 6 sigma range.

>
>You don't say when your unit failed but 1988 was essentially 10 years ago.
Do
>you still have the same pair of shoes that you had then?


My unit failed in '94, and I suspect that since Iwas not the original owner, it had happened before.

>
>Before you throw accusations like the one you did, take a few moments to

>consider the facts.

>
>The opinions expressed are solely my own and not those of any company or

>organization.

>
>Sincerely,

>Randy "Proud To Be An Engineer" Z.

>
>
Good for you, "I am also proud to be one", but I also know that all decisions are not made by engineers. So cool off.

Brad E. Brad Marsh President ASCET, President Tau Alpha Pi



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>From p001393b pb.seflin.org Tue Mar 25 14:06:22 1997 From: Robert Hurley Subject: Re: Electric window question.
To: FORDTRUCKS lofcom.com

The problem could be as simple as replacing the CHEAPly made plastic switch which controls the window. Test it by plugging in the right window switch to the left socket.


Gosh yes, Batman, send it already.

Robert Hurley p001393b pb.seflin.org


On Mon, 24 Mar 1997 wrd pacbell.net wrote:

> Boys and Girls:
>
> The driver's side electric window on my '91 F-150 gave up the ghost last
> month. At least it died in the up position. The fuse checks OK and with
> the scores of burned out electric motor stories I've heard from other
> Ford truck owners, I gotta figure that's the problem. Any idea out
> there if this is a relatively easy job or should I take it to the shop?
> Can the motors be rewound or should a new one be installed?
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
> Randy
> Sandy Eggo, CA
> 120,000 miles and never spent the night in the shop. :-)
>
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>From rick adc.com Tue Mar 25 14:56:37 1997 From: rick adc.com (Rick Larson)
Subject: Re: 302's again
To: FORDTRUCKS lofcom.com

>> So here's the question that no one on Fordnatics could (or would) answer:
>> how does the 302 in my F150 differ from the 302 in my Mustang--other than

[snip]

What about the difference of a '71 302 in a F100 and the '71 (or '66 ;-) Mustang?

The reason I ask is my '71 is not very respected around the house and might end up back at the farm. If it does go back to the farm, I'd like to keep it for a parts car for my '66 Mustang. I would like to be able to pull the engine if the 289 goes, use the c4 (might be a good time to get a top loader), and use other parts. There are a lot of similar parts between the two.

Thanks,
rick
'66 Mustang garage shelf
'71 F100 *Custom* daily driver
--
Rick Larson rick adc.com Minneapolis


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>From payne platinum.com Tue Mar 25 15:30:51 1997 From: Ken Payne
Subject: HTML in email
To: FORDTRUCKS lofcom.com

Please do not embed HTML into posts to the list. Very few email packages support HTML and with this list (as well as the majority of lists in the world) its a no-no.

Thanks,
"List Mom"





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>From rsmall isgroup.net Tue Mar 25 19:39:18 1997 From: rsmall isgroup.net (Robert Smallwood) Subject: PowerStrokes- T444E's
To: FORDTRUCKS lofcom.com

Chuck,
>Does anybody have any experience with the Powerstroke 7.3 engine? Good or Bad.

I'm a fairly new PowerStroke owner, 1995 F-250 SuperCab long wheel base, 4.10 rear end ,camper package, auto, 40K miles, but here's my experience-

Good-

Milege-no load, 55mph, back and forth to work 20mpg.
75mph, on interstate, 19mpg pulling small boat, 60-65mph 18-19mpg.
0-60 10 seconds
0-100 30 seconds, it ain't no race car. But it will tow one or two behind it. Big block performance and six cylinder mileage.

Not real bad-

Engine takes 14 quarts of oil, a $10 dollar, 2 quart oil filter every 5k miles, a $19 fuel filter every 15k, a $20 air filter (depends on use), 1/2 of a $9 bottle of FW-15 coolant addditive every 15K.

You may notice a slightly different sound when it cranks up. Those high compression explosions are pretty impressive. I like it. My kids and the dog think the school bus is coming when I drive up.

Bad-

Seems not that many dealers have any real "gurus" on the engine and related systems. Haven't found any after market books. Seems only ones available are the Navistar and Ford manuals.

Wish I could buy a book or CD and a terminal that told me everything like a real computer company would supply. Automotive electronics should be as open as industrial programmable controllers and other process control equipment. (I did find a listing for a Helms complete multimedia training package for all Ford products, only $6700.00.

But I love my truck.

Pipe up Jon, I know I missed something. (Especially that aux-pcm stuff....Geez talk about your computer nerds.....no envy here.)

Robert


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>From kpayne mindspring.com Tue Mar 25 20:11:14 1997 From: Ken Payne Subject: Re: Read Me! (List Admin)
To: FORDTRUCKS lofcom.com

At 11:59 PM 3/24/97 -0500, you wrote:
>Is there anyway to turn off the confirmation that a message has been sent?
>I don't know about everyone else, but I'm pretty sure I already know if I
>send a message.
>
>Thanks,
>matt
>

Yes, per your request (I thought I was the only one) this has been turned off. It may not show up right away though.


-Ken Payne
1967 Ford F100 Custom Cab, 390 FE V8
List maintainer, send me comments and suggestions.
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>From tedcur TheRamp.net Tue Mar 25 20:22:27 1997 From: tedcur
Subject: unsubscribe
To: FORDTRUCKS lofcom.com

UNSCRIBE FORDTRUCKS


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>From kpayne mindspring.com Tue Mar 25 20:35:53 1997 From: Ken Payne Subject: Web site updates
To: FORDTRUCKS lofcom.com

Two events added on events page. Several ads placed (these are free). You may need to hit the reload button in your browser to see changes.

Also, the counter from the main page has been removed temporarily. The counter provider is having problems and the counter keeps getting reset to 0. This is the second time this week. Counter should have been around 2200 tonight but it was closer to 25. It will reappear on the page when I know they can reliably update it.

-Ken Payne
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List maintainer, send me comments and suggestions.
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>From kpayne mindspring.com Tue Mar 25 20:49:06 1997 From: Ken Payne Subject: Anyone have wheels for sale?
To: FORDTRUCKS lofcom.com

I'm looking for two wheels to fit 35x10.5 tires. Anyone have anything for sale?


-Ken Payne
1967 Ford F100 Custom Cab, 390 FE V8
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>From rsmall isgroup.net Tue Mar 25 21:22:14 1997 From: rsmall isgroup.net (Robert Smallwood) Subject: TSB's
To: FORDTRUCKS lofcom.com

Fellow automobile and truck owners-
(small soapbox climb to follow)
I've just been to a site, Alldata.com (Thanks Jon), and seen the 25+ plus TSB's on my 1995 truck. I had previously downloaded that huge ford.zip from Fedworld showing all the bulletins, TSB's, and recalls from Ford, but 2500 files is a bit much to drudge througth looking at the minimum $6 price tag that Helm wants for each one. There's so many bits of info maybe I should know.

Man, this info should be published and free. Why should I have to pay $6 for a bulletin to tell me how a company didn't build something right the first time or decided to use me as a cheap Beta site to reduce engineering costs. And then, what if I don't get the info til the 36k/3 years is over. "Sorry, we'll be glad to fix that for you 65-75/hour" (which a good dealer/mechanics deserve for knowing todays vehicles technology). But stuff the manufacturer knows about but hopes you or it won't squeak about. No way.

This info should be on the NET. Every manufacturer allowed to sell cars and trucks in the States should have to post these thing as soon as they are aware of them. The real expense wouldn't be the few hundred dollars to run a site to carry it, but maybe the thousands of $ for those who would get those issues resolved while still under warranty. But it might even save a few lives and make the US once again not just the biggest but the best manufacturer of motor vehicles on earth.

Phew....I just want to drive my truck a long time without a lot of trouble. Anybody got any ideas on pushing this TSB thing to the public?

Robert
1995 F-250 PowerStroke Supercab long wheel base-The long white one.


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>From mcat epix.net Tue Mar 25 21:34:22 1997 From: mcat epix.net
Subject: RE: Anyone have wheels for sale?
To: FORDTRUCKS lofcom.com

Hey Ken
Thought I`d let you know I just scored a 9in disc brake rear end to put under the 56. Now i`ll have the whao to match the go. Your advice on disc brake swap was partly right. 65 to 72 would work fine but 56 to64 f100s used a drag link instead of cross steer. No place to hook up the drag link on disc brake spindles. The only way I have found is to buy a kit for the early spindles. This is next on my list. Maybe then I`ll feel better about serious gun runs with the 427.
Garry
--- On Tue, 25 Mar 1997 20:49:06 -0500 (EST) Ken Payne wrote:

>I'm looking for two wheels to fit 35x10.5 tires. Anyone
>have anything for sale?
>
>
>-Ken Payne
> 1967 Ford F100 Custom Cab, 390 FE V8
> List maintainer, send me comments and suggestions.
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>
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-----------------End of Original Message-----------------


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Name: Garry
E-mail: mcat epix.net
Date: 3/25/97 Time: 9:21:11 PM

427 Fe powered F-100 Wild by design
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>From club inlink.com Tue Mar 25 22:39:21 1997 Subject: F-350 Dana 60 Question
From: JEC
To: FORDTRUCKS lofcom.com

Subject: F-350 Dana 60 Question
Sent: 3/25/97 9:39 PM
To: FORDTRUCKS lofcom.com

Howdy All:

Just a quick and simple question -- is the Dana 60 on the current F-350 4x4's a full-floater or not. Am arguing with a Dodge fan over the nuances of the two, and I know the Dodge version is a semi-floater.....


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