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Old 10-20-2003, 12:56 PM
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f250 front driveshaft, 16" wheels needed...

I need a few bits to finish my 69 f250 crewcab 4x4. I need:

(4) 16" 8 bolt steel wheels and tires
front driveshaft for 67-72 f250 4x4
radiator
unmolested front and rear 4x4 frame crossbraces
steering box, good manual, bendix or f250
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They changed the shafts in '72? I have a '75 closed knuckle highboy (had divorced 205 and 390/C6 which went to another project. The frame will become a trailer soon unless someone needs one, but it's in Seattle) I'm using my old front hubs (5 lug) on the D60 housing to make it a trailer. (shame cuz it's 3.73 posi)
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would a manual steering box from a mid-sixtys 3 ton truck work??
I have one here on my farm , it has the front half of the frame with the wheels and suspension and the motor and tranny.

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