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Old 05-26-2012, 09:15 PM
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Any info from the sticker as to what i have
1FTEF14Y6GKB45018 (I think that's what it is, it's hard to tell for sure in that photograph)

1FT = World Mfr. Identifier = Ford Motor Company USA Truck (Complete Vehicle)
E = Brakes/GVWR = standard brakes, 6,001 - 7,000 lbs.
F14 = Series Code = F150 Truck -- 4WD
Y =Engine Code = 4.9L / 300 cid gasoline-powered 6-banger
6 = Check Digit (ignore)
G = Model year = 1986
K = Assembly Plant Code = Kansas City
B45018 = Production Sequence Number




WB = 117" Wheelbase
TYPE-GVW = F141 = 117" WB Pickup 6,100 lbs. GVWR F150 4WD
BODY L84 =
................L8 = F150/350 Blue cloth & vinyl, bench seat
.................4 = Regular cab w/styleside pickup box
TRANS = A = New Process 435 4-speed manual
AXLE = 18 = 3.00:1, 3,800 lb. capacity Ford non-locking (Axle Code 18 is 3.08:1 beginning in 1987)

EXTERIOR COLOR = 7B = Shadow Blue Metallic acrylic enamel
DSO = 17 = Washington (Original-purchasing dealer location)


I don't bother anymore trying to look up Spring Codes (for you, Front = C, Rear = L) as there isn't any useful information to be gotten from them, at least not from the parts book.

Source: FoMoCo 1980/89 Light Truck Master Parts Catalog
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Holy crap. Ctu i appreciate it but you didnt have to type all of that. Must have been like work.


Can anyone tell me about the axle..... Like in 4x4 is this like my explorer and open diff or limited slip
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Yeah, it takes a fair while to look up all that stuff but ya get used to it, I guess.

It's an open (non-locking) axle.
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