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pre61-list Digest Fri, 07 Jul 2000 Volume: 2000 Issue: 120

In This Issue:
Re: 58 F100 Parking Lights
Re: 58 F100 Parking Lights
dash gauge wiring, 6-12 volt
Re: 10 1/4" hubcaps
Wiring
Re: Wiring

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Date: Fri, 07 Jul 2000 18:49:01 -0400
From: steve mindspring.com>
Subject: Re: 58 F100 Parking Lights

I also have a 58 model and it's parking lights go out when the headlights
are on. Hey, it's good to see someone else with a late 50's model! I
don't see very many of them here around town. My 58 is a work in progress
(actually it's at a standstill right now until I get the funds together to
either rebuild the 223 that's in it or swap in a 300. Any suggestions on
which engine to use?


>Date: Thu, 06 Jul 2000 19:30:32 -0600
>From: Timothy Goodwin earthlink.net>
>Subject: Parking lights
>
>Hi Gang!
>I have a '58 F-100 that I bought not running about a year and a half
>ago. It runs now, but I was wondering: when I turn the parking lights
>on, They seem normal, but when I switch on the headlights, they go out.
>Are they supposed to stay on with the headlights, or is what they're
>doing normal. (I've rewired them with the rest of the truck, since a
>rodent had previously feasted on my wiring harness.)
>Any input is greatly appreciated.
>
>Tim Goodwin
>Colorado Springs, Co.
>(Purrlgrl earthlink.net)


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Date: Fri, 07 Jul 2000 21:09:12 -0400
From: eddieh compunet.net (Eddie Honeycutt)
Subject: Re: 58 F100 Parking Lights


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From: PWPTRUCK1 aol.com
Date: Sat, 8 Jul 2000 00:24:49 EDT
Subject: dash gauge wiring, 6-12 volt

Hi Gang,
A while back there was a discussion about how to successfully build or buy a
voltage dropper. I need to try to run my 6 volt gauges on a 12 volt system on
my '52. Could someone point me in the right direction to do this? I am also
doing the wiring for the body and need to know if I need to use relays on my
headlights. I'm not much of an electrician so any help is apprectiated.

Thanks,
Paul
52 F-3

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From: "Carver" ncwebsurfer.com>
Subject: Re: 10 1/4" hubcaps
Date: Fri, 7 Jul 2000 21:54:24 -0700

Actually they would be from the late 60's.
1965 and up to be precise. '64 had the 'inner' bumps.

Anyone have a pair of 16" inner bump rims?
I need two more to fill my set.

Jeff '64 F100 CrewCab
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The rim is probably a Ford. I have a couple like that on my truck. They
are probably early 60's. I got a Ford hubcap to fit at Hub Cap City in San
Jose 408 280 6833. As I recall they had quite a few.


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From: FiftySevenF100 aol.com
Date: Sat, 8 Jul 2000 16:24:11 EDT
Subject: Wiring

FTEers,

As I begin the treacherous wiring job, I need help. Where is a good place
locally to find terminal blocks? Instead of trying to get all the wires
arranged, I plan to clip them and run only the wires needed for my 57. IF
there is nowhere to get them locally, where is a good place to order some?

Glenn in TN

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From: "Gary Perry" fwi.com>
Subject: Re: Wiring
Date: Sat, 8 Jul 2000 20:55:29 -0500

Radio Shack has screw terminal strips or in their catalog. Most Chevy
vendors have
a 3 or a 4-wire strip they use on inner fenders for AD series (early 50's)
trucks.
Try Ron Carter or American Classic for those.

"G"
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>FTEers,
>
>As I begin the treacherous wiring job, I need help. Where is a good place
>locally to find terminal blocks? Instead of trying to get all the wires
>arranged, I plan to clip them and run only the wires needed for my 57. IF
>there is nowhere to get them locally, where is a good place to order some?
>
>Glenn in TN
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