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Date: Thu, 29 Jan 1998 03:50:18 -0700 (MST)
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Subject: fordtrucks-digest V2 #25
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fordtrucks-digest Thursday, January 29 1998 Volume 02 : Number 025



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In this issue:

blue oval and url request [jniolon uss.com]
Re: Ring and Pinion gears ["Lewis, Don" ]
Rearend gears ["Earl T. Ingram, III" ]
What is that hood ornament? ["Paul G." ]
Re: Tilt Front ["Greg Charney" ]

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Date: Wed, 28 Jan 1998 06:38 -0400 (EDT)
From: jniolon uss.com
Subject: blue oval and url request

I Tried once before but I think my server ate my message.....

I'm looking for a copy of a bmp or pcx file of the shiny Ford blue
oval. The one with the chrome ring and lettes over a blue background.
I need it suitable for wallpaper or screen saver or at least
enlargeable. Anybody got one to share ???

Also, ( and I hate to ask this here, but you guys know EVERYTHING) I
need the address of a discussion group that can handle CHE*Y
problems...much like this one for Fords. Got a friend who needs some
help.

If you have an address and wish to remain annonymous to this
group...reply directly to me at jniolon uss.com

I guess knowing addresses of Chevy sites is kinda like having a sister
working in a house of ill repute... you'de just as soon not let it be
known to everybody you know, isn't it

thanks in advance

john

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Date: Wed, 28 Jan 1998 09:35:15 +0000
From: "Lewis, Don"
Subject: Re: Ring and Pinion gears

Tom,
If you want gearing for highway driving, Iwould suggest that instead
of looking for a different rear end set up that you investigate an
overdrive. There have been a number of articles in This Old Truck,
Classic Auto Restorer and How To Restore Your Ford Pickup (Tom
Brownell) that cover this option. Good luck in your search.


> From: TNickolson aol.com
> Date: Mon, 26 Jan 1998 17:19:22 EST
> To: fordtrucks ListService.net
> Subject: Re: Ring and Pinion gears
> Reply-to: fordtrucks listservice.net

> Did I stump you guy's? I received absolutely no response at all to the
> question of a higher rear end gear ratio. I have a 1952 F1 that has been
> restored to original. I am looking for a set of differential gears that will
> give me a higher gear ratio than the 4:11 that I currently have. I would like
> something in the 3:52 range. I would prefer new if I can find them. I have
> called most of the more common suppliers of old FORD truck parts and tried to
> tract down the leeds that they gave me, No Luck. I am looking for a suggestion
> to start me on another path.
>
> Thanks:
>
>
> Tom Nickolson
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Don Lewis
1946 Ford 1/2 ton

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Date: Wed, 28 Jan 1998 15:32:09 -0500
From: "Earl T. Ingram, III"
Subject: Rearend gears

Don Lewis
Wou might try RICHMOND GEARS INC.Don't have the address but any
performance shop should be able to help. Richmond Gear is a major supplier
for the racing croud.
Earl Ingram

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Date: Wed, 28 Jan 1998 17:36:52 -0500
From: "Paul G."
Subject: What is that hood ornament?

In the Feb '98 Classic Trucks (the one with a red 64 chevy being buffed
out-"paint body basics")on page 42 is a neat red F100.

My question is what is that hood ornament? Is that an option, from a
different vehicle (which), etc? I never saw one before; since I don't
get around like many of you, I thought I'd ask.
thanks, Paul

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Date: Wed, 28 Jan 1998 22:08:04 -0600
From: "Greg Charney"
Subject: Re: Tilt Front

I havn't seen much response to you question, so here's some something to
look at. Next time you see a big highway truck,(and it's not moving!!) look
behind the front bumper. All these big trucks have tilt fronts and front
bumpers. I'm not saying that you want that kind of system but it is a place
to look for ideas.
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From: JSanc82344
To: fordtrucks-digest Listservice.net
Date: Monday, January 19, 1998 5:55 AM
Subject: Tilt Front


>Soon I will like to do a tilt front end to my 56 F-100 project and although
>this seems like a simple procedure, I need some advice as to how to do it
with
>the front bumber installed. I've seen several truck with tilt fronts on
>magazines but most show a truck without a front bumper. I like the tilt
>front because of the great engine access, however I can see I will have a
>problem locating the battery and other things since I want a clean looking
>engine area.
>
>Any tips on this will be appreciated.
>
>Thanks,
>
>Joe
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