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Old 11-19-2006, 09:44 AM
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Thumbs up Progress on the F100

I spent all day yesterday (11 hrs) working on the '76. Read all about it at:

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/54...hermostat.html
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Ahh! Very good! Watch those pin kits. The one's I got didn't have any kind of retaining device on it, and the pins would work themselves out every few months (I kept a hammer in the truck for just such and occasion). If I had to do it over (or when I do it to my '78) I'd have drilled a small hole on the bottom end to put a small cotter key in

I played around on my cab some as well. Welded the passenger cab seam closed and ground it down (smooth!), and shaved the drip rail. . .dun like how the shaving looks though. . .
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