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pre61-list Digest Wed, 08 Mar 2000 Volume: 2000 Issue: 024

In This Issue:
15" hub caps
ADMIN: 3 Ford Press Releases
4 Barrel carb for 292
Excursion
Starter button

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Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2000 20:01:01 -0500
From: "James I. McDaniel" starpower.net>
Subject: 15" hub caps

Gang,

I've got a stock '52 F-1 with original 16" wheels, wide-white bias plies,
and hub caps. (Should have some photos on the web site photos page soon.)
I also have a set of 15" wheels with new radials. No hub caps. The truck
looks better in the wide whites but drives a TON better with the radials.
As the truck will be a frequent (but not quite daily) driver, I'll be
running the 15" mostly.

I have a Dennis Carpenter catalog that lists a set of hubcaps with the same
part numbers for 1948 - 1960 Ford F1 - F100. I'm assuming at this point
the have both 16" and 15." My 16" caps obviously don't fit the 15" wheel.
They only show one design for the caps (the one my '52 caps look like).

Questions:

Are all the hub caps for these years the same (appearance)?

Has anyone gotten the Carpenter repros? Results?

Any advise or other good source?

Anyone have a set of good-condition 15" caps they're interested in getting
rid of?

Will appreciate any advice/info.

Thanks,

Jim
Springfield, Virginia

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Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2000 21:56:32 -0500
From: Ken Payne ford-trucks.com>
Subject: ADMIN: 3 Ford Press Releases

Three news articles from Ford Motor Company have been added to the
web site: http://www.ford-trucks.com/news/


1. Pricing, Job #1, Set for Limited Edition 2000 Harley-Davidson
F-150
2. Army Explores Commercial Technologies For New, Maximum-Performance
Pickup Trucks
3. Ford Super Tough Concept Truck is Tough Enough for U.S. Military

Enjoy!

Ken Payne
Admin, Ford Truck Enthusiasts



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Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2000 19:04:04 -0800
From: Mike Pacheco uswest.net>
Subject: 4 Barrel carb for 292

Does anyone know where I might purchase a stock 4 barrel carb for a 292.
?? If not, is there an after market manifold or carb?
Mike in Burien


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From: "Howard H. Tarnoff" qnci.net>
Subject: Excursion
Date: Thu, 9 Mar 2000 04:33:38 -0500

OK, not exactly an Effie question but related. I now tow our trailer queen
in an enclosed trailer. The entire rig is about 8,000 pounds. We have a 98
Ram 1500 4x4 Quad Cab, and I can not wait till the lease expires on May
1...it just does not have the guts to pull all that well.

Took the wife to drive the new Excursion and we were impressed. Wondered if
anyone on this list has one and if they have comments. We are looking at a
diesel 4x2.

Howard


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From: "Thomas & Carina" swipnet.se>
Subject: Starter button
Date: Thu, 9 Mar 2000 18:20:54 +0100

Hello from Sweden

I have been working on my 50 F-1 today, ( a couple of degrees below zero)
I have changed the starter relay and when I came to replacing the old starter button with a new one I ran into a problem.
The old one is an aftermarket thing. The cable from the relay is connected to one screw. On the second a cable was screwed and then connects to ground. My new button which I believe is original since it fits in the hole in the instrument panel. Is the button itself connected to ground when fitted to the instrument panel? How do I connect the cable to the new button? It has two flat whatchamacallit crossed in a way that leaves a hole for a screw or something. Have to admit I'm lost here.

Tom the Terrible

50 F-1
42 Harley Bobber





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