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Old 02-03-2012, 02:15 AM
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VIN DECODER NEEDED

Any help would be appreciated!
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F66EVS21261
WB: 158
Color: G
Model: F661
Body: 4 8
Trans: M
Axle: 53J
Max GVW: 24000
DSO?: 711159
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Old 02-09-2012, 03:18 AM
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F66EVS21261 / WB: 158 / Color: G / Model: F661 / Body: 4 8 / Trans: M / Axle: 53J / Max GVW: 24000 / DSO: 711159
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F66 = F600 4WD (gas).

E = 361 2V FT engine.

V = Kentucky Truck Assembly Plant.

S21261 = 1973.

158" Wheelbase.

G = Chrome Yellow.

F661 = F600 4WD (gas), 24,000 lbs. GVWR

4 8: 4 = Black all Vinyl // 8 = 81A Standard Cab.

M = Clark model 285-V 5 Speed Direct Manual Transmission.

53J: 53 = Rockwell/Timken Single Speed Rear Axle / 5.14-1 / 17,500 lb. Rear Axle Capacity // J = Power Steering.

24,000 lbs. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating.

711159:

71 = Los Angeles (SoCal) Ford District Sales Office, where the original selling dealer ordered the truck from.

1159 = Domestic Special Order number. The truck was ordered special by the original purchaser, not "bought off the lot."
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Hhhhmmm, a Chrome Yellow, 4x4, 361/5er, 24,000 GVWR F600.

Not many of those running around.
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Thank you! You are awsome.....
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You wouldn't happen to have any pictures of this truck would you? It sounds like a very interesting beast!

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Yes I do. However I am not sure how to post them here....? sorry.
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No problem! This guy made an excellent video of how to post pictures to this forums:

How to upload pictures to the FTE Forums. - YouTube

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F600 pics

Thank you for the info. How about you check out the pictures on my Hub Gagrage?
Go to: hubgarage.com and search Aguanga Customs then look at the pictures on my photo gallery. Or search F600.

Thank you!
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I found the pictures, nice truck! I like it, looks like it was owned by a utility company at some point. That has to be one of the biggest front bumpers I even seen, I'll bet that thing weights 1,000 lbs at least!

What are your plans for it?

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The info we found shows Anza Electric may have owned it at one time. We are getting it running for a customer to use it around his ranch. Problem is #2 cylinder is dead!! No compression...0...not good.Every thing on this truck is big! especially that front bumper. Bumper makes a great patio to stand on while working on the motor though.It is a cool truck.Thnaks Brian
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The info we found shows Anza Electric may have owned it at one time. We are getting it running for a customer to use it around his ranch. Problem is #2 cylinder is dead!! No compression...0...not good.Every thing on this truck is big! especially that front bumper. Bumper makes a great patio to stand on while working on the motor though.It is a cool truck.Thnaks Brian
If it has a bunch of blowby it probibly has a hole in a piston.

If it doen't have much blowby it probibly has a stuck valve.
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Early VIN #s

I have an earlier F700, If you can decode the vin for me I would certainly appreciate it!!!!! The first #'s on the tag are, F70EUE14550. Then under that is F70442819GHD. And then under that # is FE41027. The vehicle is a small dump truck with a gasoline powered V8. I'm still trying to figgure out how to use this site so please be patient with me??? Thanks again!!!
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Hey Dozerdude, numberdummy IS the ford parts guru. He is the man when it comes to vin decoding PERIOD.

Yeah. Did all the diagnostics and have come to the conclusion that rings may be the problem....We are goinig to pull the head and see what is going on.

It runs pretty good for having a dead cylinder though....
All cylinders have 123-125 on compression test except #6 had 50 and #2-0....
Customer states motor was rebuilt around 2001 and only has about 1200 miles on it. However, it has been sitting for the last 6 or so years.

Talk to yal later...Brian

And THANK YOU!!!! Number Dummy for your help!!!
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I have an earlier F700, If you can decode the vin for me I would certainly appreciate it!!!!! The first #'s on the tag are, F70EUE14550.

Then under that is F70442819GHD. And then under that # is FE41027. The vehicle is a small dump truck with a gasoline powered V8. I'm still
The VIN (F70EUE14550) is what the truck is registered by and is stamped on the Warranty Plate.

F70 = F700 (gas).

E = 361 2V FT engine.

U = Louisville KY Assembly Plant.

E14550 = 1969.

Where are these other numbers stamped? If they are on the second line of the Warranty Plate, you have jumbled them all together and they are out of sequence.

2nd line: W.B. / COLOR / MODEL / BODY / TRANS / AXLE

3rd line: GVW / DSO.

Look at the codes you posted, rearrange them in the correct sequence. I see some codes I recognize, but don't want to guess on the rest.
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2 VINs and warranty plates. Been through a hundred posts in Large truck and no answers so here goes.
N70MU522322
181 V N702 681A A G3

N70EVO78561
166 ^ N702 48B M M 23000GVW

What are they?
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