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Old 04-20-2011, 03:56 PM
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interchangeable parts 1966 f100

i found a 72 3/4 pu that someone is parting out and wanted to know if the master cy/boost and lines would work on my 1966 f100 352.
i did do some research and couldnt find any info. i know there is some on this site but couldnt find it myself . thanks
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any help would be great ?
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I see ND got you taken care of you on the 61-66 forum. He is the guy with the knowage.
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I would look for a 1/2 ton parts truck with disc brakes and change yours over to the discs.

Much better braking, and all the parts are a direct swap.
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That would be great, I got about 200 to spend to get the brakes all done. Full time student in college and a single dad that has his little girl 5 days a week makes it hard to get things done for my "on the side" project. ND Is a smart guy, no doubt. Again thanks and I appreciate any help.
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