1948 - 1956 F1, F100 & Larger F-Series TrucksDiscuss the Fat Fendered and Classic Ford Trucks
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1949 F-4 Built to drive--script bed.
1956 F350 Stock rebuilt script bed
2007 F150 SC. Driven once in a whle. If there’s one thing that the government is highly skilled at, it is creating excessive amounts of bureaucracy and extra layers of red tape for people to wade through.
I have the same issue. I've decided to make a C shaped flat metal bar (curved on the flat) to attach to the firewall bracket, go around the booster and connect to the shortened rod on the driver's side.
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1956 F100 Panel "GRACIE"
2007 Solstice GXP racer, the "KRAZED KANARY"
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Those rods are necessary because the cab and front sheetmetal is all mounted on rubber isolators...the rods add rigidity in a free-floating system. I mounted my radiator core support rigidly to the frame and eliminated the need for the rods.
well there has got to be a way to install the brake booster,, or they would not make them ?? , i guess do a horse shoe piece of metal around the booster and have the rod to connect to that ,, it will look stupid but it will work ??
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