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Old 09-05-2011, 01:01 PM
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high guys new to this post glad to be with it.MY econoline is a p/u pretty good shape here is my problem first is my carburetor its a model1908 or a 1904 both look the same am missing some linkage on the carb.i have been looking for a place who sells carburetors any one know looked allready on ebay.NEXT i wood like to rewire my truck lights turn brakes dash and motor seen you can get wiring for front lights next rear and so on or would it be better to buy one of those wiring kits.LAST for now how about a gas tank does any one know if any one makes i do not have one have now a fuel cell does a falcon gas tank fit thanks for any info waiting to her from you impala66

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[quote=impala66;10776140]high guys new to this post glad to be with it.MY econoline is a p/u pretty good shape here is my problem first is my carburetor its a model1908 or a 1904 both look the same am missing some linkage on the carb.i have been looking for a place who sells carburetors any one know looked allready on ebay.NEXT i wood like to rewire my truck lights turn brakes dash and motor seen you can get wiring for front lights next rear and so on or would it be better to buy one of those wiring kits.LAST for now how about a gas tank does any one know if any one makes i do not have one have now a fuel cell does a falcon gas tank fit thanks for any info waiting to her from you impala66 [sorrey i did not want to sell my truck as it may have looked i just need some help on how i can get these parts and help from the guys and what to do thanks again impala66
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Old 09-07-2011, 03:50 PM
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I don't know what size engine you have but I have a 170 in my 65 pickup and I bought a rebuilt carb from advanced auto parts. The part number is c808 rebult by a company called autoline it cost me 136.00. I put it on and only had to adjust the air screw a little and it runs great. I don't think that there is any aftermarket gas tanks out there but I may be wrong.
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LAST for now how about a gas tank does any one know if any one makes i do not have one have now a fuel cell does a falcon gas tank fit thanks for any info waiting to her from you impala66
The '65 Mustang tank was about the same size. If you want a larger tank, these others hang down a little lower.

65 Mustang 16 gallon 32 5/8 X 24 1/2 x 8"
69 Mustang 20 gallon 32 5/8 X 24 1/2 X 9"
70 Mustang 22 gallon 32 5/8 X 24 1/2 x 9 3/4"

I don't have a Falcon to measure, but it might be the same size.
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The '65 Mustang tank was about the same size. If you want a larger tank, these others hang down a little lower.

65 Mustang 16 gallon 32 5/8 X 24 1/2 x 8"
69 Mustang 20 gallon 32 5/8 X 24 1/2 X 9"
70 Mustang 22 gallon 32 5/8 X 24 1/2 x 9 3/4"

I don't have a Falcon to measure, but it might be the same size.
C5ZZ-9002-D .. 16 Gallon Fuel Tank: 1965/68 Mustang & 1967/68 Cougar.

C9ZZ-9002-A .. 20 Gallon Fuel Tank: 1969 Mustang/Cougar.

D0ZZ-9002-A .. 22 Gallon Fuel Tank-Use WITHOUT Evap Emission: 1970 Mustang/Cougar.

DOZZ-9002-B .. 20 Gallon Fuel Tank-Use WITH Evap Emission: 1970 Mustang/Cougar.
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