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Old 05-20-2011, 11:26 PM
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Lucky Strike look at the first pic at how high the bed floor is raised. You don't have to raise the whole floor like that, most people just cut out in the area across the bed floor where the step notches are that allow the frame to sit down over the axle.
I like the looks of the whole floor being raised better than seeing that ugliness of notching it.... IMO
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not sure how much its really lowered but here it is.
Beautiful Truck! One day my 67 F100 will look nice like that.
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Here is our project. You can see the entire thread here The FORDification.com Forums • View topic - 1970 F100 CV/Thunderbird


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Here is mine. Just lowered yesterday.

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Dig it looks great.
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It's a work in progress....very slow progress
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I had already submitted a picture but I just recently bought a set of spider caps for 5x5.5 lug pattern and wanted to share. I ordered them in February.
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I had already submitted a picture but I just recently bought a set of spider caps for 5x5.5 lug pattern and wanted to share. I ordered them in February.
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I must be missing something - don't see any hubcaps in this photo???
The truck LOOKS GREAT regardless.
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The picture was to show the new center caps. They are called spider caps and are new for our 5x5.5 lug pattern. Thank you for the compliment.
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The picture was to show the new center caps. They are called spider caps and are new for our 5x5.5 lug pattern. Thank you for the compliment.
oh, ok, must just be like chrome lug nut and hub covers? Not a full cap??
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Yes it is a one piece cap that covers the lugnuts and hub center.
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1971 F100 Lowered with beams in front rear hangers and shackles. 390 C-6 all original paint. More plans for theengine and suspension. I think I'll leave the paint because of the pantina'd look.
Whatsize tires are you running? I love your truck!
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Whatsize tires are you running? I love your truck!

Now THOSE are hub caps!! (to us old guys anyway)
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I always had a thing for spider caps, but you could only find them for GM bolt patterns. Where did you find them?
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