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Old 09-01-2014, 06:15 PM
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Scotts hot rod ifs

Hi guys, is anyone out there running the Scott's ifs on their truck?
I m down to the scotts or tci ifs and have got feedback on tci and fatman ifs but trying to find some info on the scotts ,before I make the purchase
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welcome to fte,what kind of truck do you have? there are a lot of good people here & you will find a lot of good information here.where are located? dont forget to send pictures
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Thanks for the welcome! I just got a 51 f1 off my pap that has been his since 1958 and been harassing him for the past 10 yrs bout getting it off of him before it gets too bad to fix, I m from sw pa near pittsburgh area I will get some pics up here shortly
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