hey guys got a project happening. restoring a crewcab. it was kind of a basket case to fix but its getting done. thought i had things figured out with a person to help restore but things fell through so now I'm getting it done with my friend jason. blasted cab to bare metal and workin all rust issues. Will have some photo's soon. I have a before photos in my albums. Was doing some mock up of parts. gonna be installing a cobrajet headed 400 ford in this application. zf-42 5 speed tranny with 205 transfercase. 2009 rear leafs and pulled the front leaf out and buildin up a dana 44 with coil spring application, deaver coilsprings aftermarket stuff. should run nice and able to carry a load. will have a gooseneck hitch in bed. gonna build a custom bed. cab got epoxy primered this week. pictures soon, check albums for before photos.
hello was checkin out your rear seat in your photos. My question is how much room do you have between rear seat and back of front seat. Leg room question. your truck is kind of a hybrid also so i understand some of your thoughts on building it your way. cool truck and hopefully mine will be nice soon. work is killing my playtime. its a good problem to have. catch you later and keepin old iron alive one ford at a time.
finished blasting the doors. no worries about heating up the metal and warping. it was -5 degrees when i finished blasting outside this evening. gonna do some body work and smooth out tommorrow. needs some touch ups and hopefully get back on frame by this weekend and cab painted. work is killin my truck time.
Welcome to FTE, Best Damn Forum EVER!
Here's How to Post Pictures:
1. Login to FTE.
2.Click User CP (In the Top Left Hand Corner)
3.(On the Left, There will be a list, The 5th Option Down, will say "Pictures & Albums) Click That.
4.Then, Click Add Album, Enter a title, and description, if ya want to.
5. Click Upload Pictures, Then click Browse, Locate the Files of your truck. (You can add 3 files at a time)
5. Click Upload.
6. Add a description to the individual pictures, then click save.
7. Add more files if ya want.
8. Click The Picture you want to post, it will give you two codes at the bottom, Right Click The Second one (It say's BB Code, Then Say's [IMG]http:blahblahblah...[/IMG])
Then, Once that is highlighted, Right Click, Then Copy, Then Paste it into your post.
You can add up to 30 Images in one FTE Post.
If, Ya need any help, Don't hesitate to ask.
Originally Posted by old_dan
You can also go to the "Garage" tab and start an album right here on FTE. After you post pictures to an album, we can look in your album, but you'll also be able to "insert a picture" by pasting in a link to the picture in your album.
It seems awkward, but whenever you "insert a picture" to one of these threads, the forum is looking for the picture somewhere on the web (which is always available) rather than from somewhere on your hard drive (which isn't always available).
85 XLT Bronco 351W HO 4V Dual Pipes 33X12.5 BFG's 62 Uni 390 C6 Custom Cab Sold for 9.5K Don't just Modify it Fordify it A Side Arm Is Like A Parachute, Tis Better To Have One An Never Need It, Than To Need One And Not Have It
Well, I dunno on the sandblasting... Wish I had one today and I had to resort to a wire wheel to clean up a D-44 front end going in my '68 Bronco! Covered head to toe in 35 year old road tar, 90W and rust dust... Looking forward to the progress. Mine's 2600 miles away from me so all I can do is dream about it and collect parts long distance.
'95 F-150 4x4 Ext Cab Flareside 5.8, Auto
'71 F-250 4x4 CC SB 390, C6
'69 Bronco w/ some custom crap
'68 Bronco crawler in the works...
things are happening just not as quick as i want. Its lookin good and will work on some photo's for this. just set on the frame yesterday and kinda looks like a truck again. doors are on and finishing up some minor dings and bumps from many years of good service. keepin old iron alive one crewcab ford at a time.
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