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Old 04-19-2012, 03:24 PM
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Pictures of 60 F100 4x4 inside cab corner reinforcements?

Any one have any close up pictures of the factory inside cab corner reinforcements on a 1960 4x4?

I am thinking of buying a 60 F100 4x4 and use to have some pictures of these reinforcements-but have misplaced them.

I want to verify that the truck is a real factory 4x4. It is my understanding that these reinforcements and the GVWR are the only way to tell a factory 60 F100 4x4.5000 GVWR are base/non DSO 4x2s and 5600 GVWR are 4x4s.

Is there other things to look for in a factory 60 F100 4x4? Sure are a lot of 110 inch wheel base "factory 4x4"s out there-and I know better than that . And I think that Mr ND has stated that all factory 4x4 have horn buttons and not horn rings.Even the 4x4 Custom Cabs.
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Dang it phoneman, if I had a good pic of those reinforcements I would counterfeit them for my truck. when/if I convert it to 4wd..... and I sort of got carried away reading your sig about your '92. I'm partial to that year. I love my '92 also.......
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According to my decoding information The VIN will start F10 For F-100 and F11 For F-100 4x4.
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im not sure if this is what your talking about but i will post a pic of my f250 cab brace. i would assume they are the same as on a f100. they seem to be welded in after the fact becauce the welds dont look to be as good as the rest of the cab fit and finish.
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GB, i could trace my brace on cardboard. write the measurements on it, then post a pic of it.
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Just think about how much more dirt you could collect with a pair of those babys on the truck!

They must stiffen things up a bit!
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spur, i dont worry about them catching crud as it seems to fall out the cab corners. and GB, i will get it posted soon. been busy with the carb and getting the door squared away.
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