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pre61-list Digest Sun, 04 Jun 2000 Volume: 2000 Issue: 095

In This Issue:
New Rearend
Listfather
ADMIN: Old magazines
Re: Listfather
Kenneth's 55 Ford Truck Page
Re: Fuel Pump push Rods
Drivers door lock

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From: FISHROT1 aol.com
Date: Sun, 4 Jun 2000 10:52:59 EDT
Subject: New Rearend

Hey,

I've got a 1960 f-100 custom cab, with the original 9" rear. It has seen
better days, and I want to upgrade to a newer posi-9" rear. Where can I get
one i.e Volare, LTD, etc. that will bolt right in with not much problem.

Thanks,
Erik

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From: FiftySevenF100 aol.com
Date: Sun, 4 Jun 2000 12:46:46 EDT
Subject: Listfather

Ken,

Good luck. You have the best online still! Don't forget to have fun every now
and then!!

Glenn in TN

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Date: Sun, 04 Jun 2000 11:49:57 -0400
From: Ken Payne ford-trucks.com>
Subject: ADMIN: Old magazines

Gang,

I was recently contacted by a lady whose father passed away. He
left behind a large collection of magazines and she thinks it will
be a shame to throw them away (and I agree). She's trying Ebay,
but regardless of whether she can sell them, she doesn't want them
to go to waste.

As many of you know, old magazines contain a wealth of information
that can be hard to find otherwise, especially for those of you
who are restoring a truck. Some of them might be collectors items
too.

Here's a list of what she's got, please contact her for specific
issues:
(She can be reached at Nomoreplaytime aol.com, her name is Keri)

TRUCKIN' CHEVY TRUCKIN'
TRUCKIN' CLASSIC TRUCKS CUSTOM & CLASSIC TRUCKS
CUSTOM CLASSIC TRUCKS CUSTOM TRUCKING
HI-PERFORMANCE TRUCKING SUPER STREET TRUCKS
STREET RODDER NATIONAL RODDER
RODDER'S DIGEST HOW TO BUILD A STREET ROD
RODS & CUSTOMS HIGH PERFORMANCE RODS & CUSTOMS
CUSTOM RODDER ROD POWER
SUPER HOT RODS & CUSTOMS AMERICAN RODDER
STREET RODDER HOT ROD MECHANIX
HI-PERFORMANCE RODS RODS AND STREET MACHINES
RODDER STREET RODDING ILLUSTRATED
RODDER'S WORLD STREET AND CUSTOM RODDING
CUSTOM PAINTING CHEVROLET HIGH PERFORMANCE
POPULAR HOT RODDING HOT ROD
WILD WORLD OF STREET MACHINES
SUPER STREET MACHINES ROD ACTION
STREET MACHINES PICK-UPS AND MINI TRUCKS
STREET ROD ACTION STREET ROD PICK-UPS
FAT HOT LINE NEWS
HOT CARS CHEVY CLASSIC
CLASSIC & CUSTOM HOT TRUCK
SPORT TRUCK CUSTOM CRAFT
CUSTOM CARS ALL CHEVY
CHEVY HI-PERFORMANCE SUPER CHEVY
1001 CUSTOM & ROD IDEAS ROD & CUSTOM IDEAS
POPULAR CUSTOMS POPULAR CARS
VANS & PICK-UPS 1001 TRUCK & VAN IDEAS
SPORT TRUCKING ROD & CUSTOM

YEARBOOKS ANNUALS THE BEST OF...
COLLECTOR'S EDITIONS

This should go without saying but please remember what this
is all about and keep the Chevy bashing out of it. If you've
got a Chevy friend who can use the Chevy mags, let them know
about it.

Ken Payne
Admin, Ford Truck Enthusiasts




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Date: Sun, 04 Jun 2000 12:56:58 -0400
From: Ken Payne ford-trucks.com>
Subject: Re: Listfather

At 12:46 PM 6/4/00 , you wrote:
>Ken,
>
>Good luck. You have the best online still! Don't forget to have fun every now
>and then!!
>
>Glenn in TN

Fun? Heck, I've already started working on the 67 again. Come hell or highwater, it'll be at the PF 2001 show! With the time I'll have to give to the site, I hope to be able to really give everyone features that are second to none.

Ken



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From: "Kenneth Marty" mindspring.com>
Subject: Kenneth's 55 Ford Truck Page
Date: Mon, 5 Jun 2000 01:34:04 -0600


Hello All, Been working on a Web Page for my truck, check it out.

Kenneth 55 F100 Denver CO.

http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://kdmarty.home.mindspring.com/


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Date: Mon, 05 Jun 2000 22:28:27 +1000
From: brian falkner ihug.co.nz>
Subject: Re: Fuel Pump push Rods

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>Date: Sat, 03 Jun 2000 21:38:11 -0600
>From: Randall Colgan telusplanet.net>
>Subject: flathead fuel pump actuating rod

>Mark. The 239 flatties are notorious for the fuel pump actuating rod for
>wearing down. What I have done many a time is:
>1. Remove the pump
>2. Remove the piece that the pump bolts to
>3. Lift out the rod that rides on the camshaft
>4. Build up the rod by about 3/8" by welding it
>5. Assemble everything in reverse order
>Let me know if this helps.
>Regards,
888888888888888888888888888888888888888888

Another Old Wives Tail

To all fuel pump push rod welders. 1932-1948 models

Many years of Flathead experience taught me that the fuel Pump push rod
DOES NOT wear down causing pump operation problems. It does wear but how
much would be realistic? .. maybe 1/16" to 3/32" for 100,000 miles?, Ive
measured them and its not much more than this.

What does wear then?. It's the fuel pump lever/link system!. Most are a
laminated riveted plate style with a very small pressure bearing surface
which wears very quickly especially as many owners fitted new units without
lubing the linkage. Bolt it on!, she'll be right mate!.
We fitted hundreds of fuel pump kits so you get to know them very well.

OK, the linkage wears & the pump cant deliver the 1 1/2 lbs minimum
required, so the owner [or the mechanic] then builds up the rod by brazing
or welding an amount that is guessed [or measured] & bolts it alltogether
again & it works fine---must be the right thing to do cos the pump in hand
when checked worked fine!, just not enough rod length right?, problem
fixed?, not quite!.

If the rod travel was not carefully measured & its now too long, the pump
mount will accomodate this by bending & or cracking near the stud holes.
How hard is it to find a pump mount that isnt bowed or cracked?---very!. We
probably had in stock 30-40 units & if you found one that was straight it
would most likely have a stripped thread or the guide tube was missing etc!.

[49-54 mounts were beefed up in this area so usually the pump linkage bent
& the diaphragm stretched some & the camshaft eccentric suffered too!]

When that pump finally wears out, [after the rod has probably been brazed
up once more] a new pump is bolted straight on without checking pump
travel, the mount now really has to bow or break & they did. A result of
this bow was a big gap between manifold & pump base causing a very oily
engine. The little skinny gasket supplied for the base was replaced by a
fat homemade job to try to stem the flow!.

The correct fix for pump linkage wear is a cup or flat washer fixed to the
pump lever. Better still a new pump with a proper lever system instead of
the Mickey Mouse design that caused the problem in the first place.
Sometimes I would replace the linkage on a new pump with a used prefered
design. Sorry I cant remember the brand with the solid pivot stop lever
design.

I remember now that for my own 35 Sedan I once made up an adjustable push
rod for a special application.
A 1/4" NF nut was welded to a shortened rod, so the end was hollow, the
bolt's head was rounded off and a lock nut secured it in place. This would
be a good aftermarket replacement item I reckon.

If your pump mount is bowed get it straightened or find another, dont file
it flat as that will disrupt the recess for the baffle tube & the mount
will bow again or the legs will crack or break off. When all is flat that
skinny gasket does the job fine. Would JOBLOT or others have new mounts?
[part # 48-9415]

The correct rod spacer/length for your pump will be determined by turning
the motor till the rod is at the crest, popping the pump/mount assy on top,
pushing down hard & making sure the mount just sits flat on the manifold
without "floating" above it, if it floats your'e going to bend it!. Check
several times to make sure you have the rod in the socket.

Kiwi Brian




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Date: Mon, 5 Jun 2000 10:27:34 -0700 (PDT)
From: Scott yahoo.com>
Subject: Drivers door lock

There was talk about the drivers door lock about a week ago and some
one was wondering if you could just drill a hole and mount it in. I
was cleaning over the weekend and found the mount for the drivers door
lock. There is no lock but it is the brace that goes with it. If whom
ever was looking for the part, please e-mail me off list and I will
give it to you.
Scott

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