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Old 08-31-2011, 05:18 PM
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uni frame question

Hey fellas.

I am needing to see if any of you uni afficianados would have some information.

I have a 64 f-250 that I am slowly doing a cummins conversion on.I am really wanting to make it a four door so my family will get more use out of it.I have kicked this around off and on for a year or more.A friend of mine has presented me with a deal on a 250 uni truck that is a good donor.I know it wont be correct because of some differences.But I am thinking a 4 door uni would be pretty cool.I will drive this thing when it is done it will not be a museum piece or show queen.
My question is if the rear of the frame on a uni if it is different in the kick up from a non uni frame.I know I will be doing drastic frame work to make the extra cab room but am preparing a plan for from cab rear to bed as I will prob add under the cab on the flat area there.
a pic of someones uni frame profile would be awesome so I can compare with my present frame.
Thanks for any help!
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The Uni f250 frame and the standard F250 frame are identical. In 64 there will be minor bolt locations difference for the new beds

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thanks! I was figuring that but any time i assume....well you know! now I just have to get the uni to the house.....I am excited about a uni crew.....I may come to regret it but it will prob be something I wont see another of locally...
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Just look in my album. I built a 66 Uni Crew split bed. Might give you some ideas.

http://www.ford-trucks.com/user_gall...=79811&width=2

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