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Old 07-29-2014, 10:47 AM
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e350 superwagon from manila
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96 E350 with power co. util body.
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Old 08-31-2014, 08:23 AM
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Tom what's your eventual use for that E350 and utility body?
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Plan to use it as a bike hauler for when I have to work out of town,would eventually like to make it into a mini R/V with roof air while keeping room to tie down my bike in the rear of the van.

Right now just cleaning and detailing and touch up and some mechanical repairs. Plan on insulating and carpeting the box and get a motorcycle chock and ramp first thing. Thinking of painting the roof section a pale silver to break up all that white. I'm open to suggestions and this is my first diesel so I'm in the learning process.

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Old 08-31-2014, 09:50 AM
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Thankfully I don't know nuttin' about diesels! I work around them constantly and have no clue what their allure is for the average guy, those who don't own big trucks.

If we had a few photos of your box's interior might be able to offer a few ideas.
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Old 08-31-2014, 11:16 AM
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Here's a shot of the interior and side boxes. Started cleaning them up today.

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Old 08-31-2014, 10:18 PM
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I pity you if thats a 6 point uh oh, every turn of the key is like tuggin on the pin in a hand grenade, but that box is pretty awesome.
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I pity you if thats a 6 point uh oh, every turn of the key is like tuggin on the pin in a hand grenade, but that box is pretty awesome.
Nah,it's a 7.3 TD with 154 thousand miles,seems to run just fine to me,but I'm new to diesels.
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Old 08-31-2014, 11:35 PM
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You got the last of the true powerhouses then, and with that many miles, it's only broken in.
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You got the last of the true powerhouses then, and with that many miles, it's only broken in.
Now that's what I like to hear.
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Here is an "updated photo" - our E250 toting the new trailer with the 89 Pace Car.
We went 1100 miles round trip to the Trans Am Nationals, over the mountains and thru the tunnels on the PA Tpke and I-70. The Van handled everything very well.
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First post....First new Ford, too! Just picked this out last week for my wife and kids. She loves it!

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First post....First new Ford, too! Just picked this out last week for my wife and kids. She loves it!
Looks nice!
So... I'm gonna say that we are all new to the Transit - what are the details?
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Does anyone know if the Transit is narrower than the Econoline? I'm thinking about one to fit out with a wheelchair lift, but not if it's significantly narrower.
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