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Old 04-29-2005, 05:37 PM
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I just got another ford F4 truck this spring but have not got it home yet. working on the eng. from the frist one. Can't wait till I get one of them running.
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Old 04-29-2005, 05:49 PM
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Hey- I too have a 48 F4. just started it after 10 years waiting.
I have 2 flat 6's. But im starting with my FlatV8.
Its at the machinist now getting checked for cracks and wall thickness.

Im crossing my fingers!
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I posted on a separate thread then saw this. I am planning to look at a 1948 F4 stated as having a 100 HP flathead V8 with a four speed transmission with a granny low gear.

I plan on using it for pulling an antique dozer about 7.5 tons. I am still looking for a trailer.

Will this truck-assuming stock-handle this load? Any thoughts are appreciated.

Thanks in advance.
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