Category: 53-79 F-Series Steering & Suspension

Front Suspension Alternatives for 1948 – 1960 Ford Trucks, Part Two

Mustang II IFS Overview This chapter looks at the alternative that uses the IFS components from ’74 – ’80 Mustang II and Pintos. This set up is arguably the most popular and unquestionably the most supported alternative by the after market. Advertisements in classic truck and street rod magazines are more plentiful than those hateful […] More »

  Comments | By - March 27, 2005

Front Suspension Alternatives for 1948 – 1960 Ford Trucks, Part One

Front Suspension Alternatives for 1948 – 1960 Ford Trucks (Editor’s Note: This series of articles is a collaborative effort of many members FTE in the 1948 – 1960.  We wish to thank them for their hard work and dedication to the hobby which made this one of a kind article available for everyone’s viewing pleasure.  […] More »

  Comments | By - March 22, 2005

Installing a IDIDIT Column In a ’53 F-100

By John Niolon Everyone that visits the FTE forums knows of my tendency to "redo" portions of my truck even before I’ve finished it ! And, I get a fair amount of grief about it, but that’s ok as long as it’s my money and not theirs, I’ll pretty much do what I want. We […] More »

  Comments | By - December 31, 2004

1967 – 1972 (with 1973 – 1976 Supplement) 4 X 4 F100 POWER STEERING CONVERSION

HOW I DID IT …. By Don Alves These are the parts I gathered together before I began: One 1978 – 79 F-150 4×4 Integral Power Steering box in need of a rebuild One 1978 – 79 power steering pump (used for core deposit for rebuilt pump.) One power steering pump bracket to fit my […] More »

  Comments | By - November 30, 2004

Power Assist To Power Steering Conversion On An F250 4×4

By Vaughn McCabe Disclaimer:The author assumes no liability for any direct or indirect damage, injury, loss of property or life resulting from the use of these instructions. The author assumes no liability for the contents of this document or its accuracy. Follow these procedures at your own risk. At minimum you will require the following […] More »

  Comments | By - August 2, 2004

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