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Old 09-19-2012, 10:44 AM
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I need to know more about the Arkansas Chapter. I live in LR, sell trucks in NLR, ongoing project is a '66 F350 flatbed dually
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Old 09-19-2012, 10:41 PM
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Old 09-20-2012, 11:22 AM
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I got started on this website to try to solve a wiring problem on my '66 F350, and see a lot of folks with what appear to be similar interests to mine. I am a commercial Ford truck sales mgr, and dabble in used trucks occasionally, so I thought I would throw my name in the pot and see what others have on their mind....By the way, I still have the wiring problem: my amp guage & headlights pulse with the rythm of a turn signal-bright,dim,bright,dim,etc--any thoughts on that?
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I got started on this website to try to solve a wiring problem on my '66 F350, and see a lot of folks with what appear to be similar interests to mine. I am a commercial Ford truck sales mgr, and dabble in used trucks occasionally, so I thought I would throw my name in the pot and see what others have on their mind....By the way, I still have the wiring problem: my amp guage & headlights pulse with the rythm of a turn signal-bright,dim,bright,dim,etc--any thoughts on that?
On the wiring issue, add a ground wire directly from the block to the body, base of voltage regulator and frame. This was a common issue with older Fords
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Since you started your own thread, I'll use it to welcome you to the chapter.

I'll echo zhilton's comments and we try to have official chapter get-togethers
several times a year, as well as the occasional unofficial wrench turnin party.

Again, welcome to the chapter
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Since you started your own thread, I'll use it to welcome you to the chapter.
Well...... The post was in the for sale thread, which Zach brought to my attention, which I moved it into it's own thread.

But at any rate it is here now, so.......

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