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Old 05-18-2005, 01:45 AM
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Hmmm what next?

Never finished but it is getting closer to what we envisioned!
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Just moved to Calgary. Anyone up for coffee?
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Old 05-18-2005, 04:24 PM
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Very nice, gotta love the look of the falresides of the 80-96 ford 1/2 tons, one of the best lookings truck from the big three. (and i have the exact opposite of you, a dropped 82 flareside regualr cab)

Curious how much lift is in there, looks to be a 6" sus. and a bit of a body lift. But now you need to do a solid axle conversion or get a set of turned beams from www.autofab.com or McNeil offroad , ba screw that go striaght to rockwells .

Interested in the 8 lug conversion in the front, how'd you go about doing that by chance, my dad has a 93 1/2 that he'd like to do the same to for twoing in the mountains, mainly for the bigger brakes.


As for coffee, i'm up for it, but not till june when i head back down to the farm for the summer, it would be in the 3rd week of june though.
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