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pre61-list Digest Sat, 10 Jun 2000 Volume: 2000 Issue: 099

In This Issue:
56 grille
Re: 56 grille
Clutch Release
Re: Clutch Release
Clips for door
Fenders

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From: "shawn" home.com>
Subject: 56 grille
Date: Sat, 10 Jun 2000 19:42:23 -0700


i have a 1956 Ford F100 chrome grill i have picked up that was dismantled. I got her all cleaned up and chromed, Question is: The buckets that hold the headlights in, now are they fastened to the grill from the front or the rear, there is four screws that hold the bucket to the grille. Do the buckets come in from the rear of the grill and get screwed on to the four flanges or dropped in from the front of the grill. Cant find a blowup pic anywhere of a 56 grill.

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From: "glperry" fwi.com>
Subject: Re: 56 grille
Date: Sat, 10 Jun 2000 13:23:43 -0500

I'm trying to remember as have sold my 56 COE, but I put new wires
in buckets and along grill. The buckets set in grill from the front and
fasten with screws into some tabs and then chrome trim ring covers
those screws. Seems like chrome only had 2 screws, can't remember. I have a
chassis parts book with the front end in pictures
if no one else can help, I can check it for you. Not around book
now. "G"
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Subject: [pre61-list] 56 grille


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>i have a 1956 Ford F100 chrome grill i have picked up that was dismantled.
I got her all cleaned up and chromed, Question is: The buckets that hold the
headlights in, now are they fastened to the grill from the front or the
rear, there is four screws that hold the bucket to the grille. Do the
buckets come in from the rear of the grill and get screwed on to the four
flanges or dropped in from the front of the grill. Cant find a blowup pic
anywhere of a 56 grill.
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>thanks
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From: "Randy Selby" npoint.net>
Subject: Clutch Release
Date: Sun, 11 Jun 2000 13:33:54 -0500


Got my '50 Flathead running, but having a problem getting the clutch to release. Adjusted the linkage longer, but still having problems. It doesn't feel like it has any free-play at all now, but clutch still drags. Been assembled about 6 months, Could it just be rust or dirt?

Randy
selbyrk npoint.net


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Date: Sun, 11 Jun 2000 15:35:37 -0400
From: eddieh compunet.net (Eddie Honeycutt)
Subject: Re: Clutch Release

I had the same problem one time. Turned out to be the clutch was put in backwards. :)

'57 F-250 272 4SP 455 Dually

Randy Selby wrote:

> Got my '50 Flathead running, but having a problem getting the clutch to release. Adjusted the linkage longer, but still having problems. It doesn't feel like it has any free-play at all now, but clutch still drags. Been assembled about 6 months, Could it just be rust or dirt?
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> Randy
> selbyrk npoint.net
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From: "Steve Schnitz" coolsky.com>
Subject: Clips for door
Date: Sun, 11 Jun 2000 20:33:54 -0500

Hello, does anyone know where I can get a set of clips that hold on the
rubber molding around the doors? I was told that they don't make them
anymore and I need a set. I bought a set in Pigeon Forge 2 years ago and
can't find them. Your help would be appreciated. Thanks. Steve


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Date: Sun, 11 Jun 2000 22:38:36 -0400
From: Alvin and Patricia McCoy erols.com>
Subject: Fenders

Friends:

It looks like I need to purchase front fenders for my '50 F1. I know of
a lot of places to purchase fiberglass but was wondering if there is any
place out there where you can purchase NOS or metal reproductions.

Any assistance would be appreciated.

Alvin McCoy



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