1973 - 1979 F-100 & Larger F-Series TrucksDiscuss the Dentsides Ford Truck
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Sorry already got some 17 inch American racing wheels some time ago.
Good looking wheels!
Thread wasn't a waste of time. You had a problem, and needed advise on how to solve it. Turns out, you simply failed to return the suspension to "normal" ride hieght prior to torquing down the fasteners. Easy mistake to make, but you learned why it was a mistake, and I doubt you will ever repeat it......
1980 F-150 300 I6, C6 & 9" rearend. Cummins 5.9L/ NV4500 5 speed swap in the works
1974 F100 Ranger XLT 390, C6 3.25 axle. Dad bought it new.
1983 Mazda RX7 1.1L Rotary.
1984 CRX 35 MPG go kart
1995 Mazda B2300 (undercover Ford)
I whish I could have mine lower Canadian roads make that impossible.
I hear you there .. In Pa. about this time of year we have pot holes so big you need a well built off road vehicle to survive .. Then in a month or so you get a free undercoating when the road repair crews start their work
good to see you got it to sit right. something was just bound up. im really glad everyone could help. that's why I love this site and have been using to for my build.
Matt - 2003 Ranger S/C Fx4 Tor Red, 4.0 sohc, 3" body lift, Dumped exhaust, Air box mod with air hog filter, 33" Goodyear Duratrax, Explorer OHC, Mustang dome lights, rear jump seats delet.
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