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Old 12-15-2012, 04:31 AM
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'56 F600 sheet metal on '56 F100 frame

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What would I need to do to make a F600 sheet metal (Cab and front fenders,etc.) fit onto a F100 Frame. (if anything)

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Old 12-15-2012, 06:00 AM
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I honestly dont think anything. You are aware that the fenders from a F600 have a wider wheel opening though correct? Thanks
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All the mounting points are the same and as tacson mentioned the wheel well opening are much larger than the F-100. The rear portion of the fender sits lower than the F-100 also because the running boards are lower on a F-600 probably because the frame is 8 inches compared to the 6 inches on the F-100
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Hi there, planning to do the opposite way, put the f100 body into a modern f350 frame and will need the F600 fenders. In case you want to use the smaller f100 ones just let me know and we can trade them.
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You'll need a lift kit. The fender bottoms will drag the ground. Other than that, they'll bolt on.
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Hi there, planning to do the opposite way, put the f100 body into a modern f350 frame and will need the F600 fenders. In case you want to use the smaller f100 ones just let me know and we can trade them.
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Where are you located? I have a nice pair of F500 fenders and I'd like to get a better driver's fender.
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