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Grabbed some junker rims and got her sitting lower. Hoping to start the tear down today. Still need and intercooler and a divorced 205 if anyone has one laying around. Tank and Thermo-coustic showed up. Need to start prioritizing so i don't get tied up working on crap that can be done with the 12v in.
I'm looking at doing something very similar, I have a '79 standard cab long bed and looking for a '78 or '79 crew or supercab, havn't decided on which yet, and do a cummins swap. keep thinking I have made up my mind on one then I find the other I want.
Looks nice & stong! Let us know how the poly mounts work. I was considering using poly when I made mine but figured they'd transfer more shock/vibration to the chassis so I stuck with rubber.
__________________ Have you flown a ford lately? 1938 Ford Pickup = hot rod
1970 Ford F250 long bed & 1974 Ford F100 Supercab - 2wds
1974 Ford F250 4x4 Crew cabthread in "motor swap" forum 1989 Ford Ranger= Never gonna be done...
1972 Alfa Romeo GTV & 1999 Toyota Tacoma 4wd = DD
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