fordtrucks-digest Wednesday, November 26 1997 Volume 01 : Number 061
Ford Truck Enthusiasts - 1960 And Older Trucks Digest
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I am not sure about the offset, but I do have a question for you....
Are you going to install wheel tubs in the bed? I am not sure if it is
required, but I have heard that 235's are the largest that will fit in
the stock fenders, nicely anyway.
Hi, You can get the clips for the brake lines from Bob's F-100 Parts,
They are located on 9372 Mission Riverside, California 92509 Their
Phone and Fax Numbers follow.. Phone:(909)681-1956 Fax:(909)681-1960
If you are interested in a wiring harness as well, Bob's also carries an
exact duplicate of the original, only with 4? accessory lines, which can
be trimmed off if you are doing a restoration. I am not sure about the
price, or if it has the cloth covered wire, but I have heard they are
one of the best kits you can get because everything is already the right
F100nut aol.com F100nut hotmail.com
Ron Francis Wire Works is where I am getting mine from for my 55'. I am
still waiting for my engine back, you can give them a call at 1-800-292-1940.
Date: Tue, 25 Nov 1997 17:18:01 -0800
From: Gary Haselbusch
Subject: Re: Wheel Offset
Brian Noel wrote:
> I am not sure about the offset, but I do have a question for you....
> Are you going to install wheel tubs in the bed? I am not sure if it is
> required, but I have heard that 235's are the largest that will fit in
> the stock fenders, nicely anyway.
> F100nut aol.com -or- F100nut hotmail.com
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I have 275-60-15's on my rears and 225-60-15's on the fronts the rears
are as wide as I can go without tubbing, Gary
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