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Old 09-15-2011, 03:49 PM
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The place is called Richards stuff. I ordered them in February at the Autorama in Detroit the # is 870-715-5988.
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OOOOLLLLLDDDD pictures of my truck

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OOOOLLLLLDDDD pictures of my truck

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Hey guys figured I would drop some pictures of my '71...

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Here is my truck with updated pics. AIM Ibeams and rear shakle/hanger kit:

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this is my 68 f100. no air bags...that is the everyday ride hieght. my gallery is full of pictures. i hope this helps.Click the image to open in full size.[/img]
how does it drive? does it drive better lowered? and what did you exactly do to get it like that, looks savage
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Old 11-03-2011, 10:05 PM
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Sorry for the delayed response. The rear tires are 255 70 r15 front are 225 60 r15 all bf goodrich radial t/a's
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Here are a couple updated pics with the IRS. To give an idea of how it sits I am 5'11" and the driprail is even with the middle of my throat.

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William,

Mind sharing where you got the bed rails?I am looking for something like that for my 72 LWB.

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Some new pics this fall...

DJM beam kit. 275/60/15 ... 235/70/15
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That's a perty little truk.
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Mind sharing where you got the bed rails?I am looking for something like that for my 72 LWB.

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Those bedrails have been on my truck since the early 1980's. I bought the bedrails at a local parts store here where I live, but unfortunately they are pretty much obselete. I am in the process of trying to find the black plastic gaskets that go under the bedrails and I am not having much luck..........
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William, thanks for replying! I think the classic looking bed raid really make the truck stand out so I wouldn't get ir of tem; perhaps you an fashion something out of rubber that can substitute th plastic?

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Old 11-06-2011, 08:23 AM
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William, thanks for replying! I think the classic looking bed raid really make the truck stand out so I wouldn't get ir of tem; perhaps you an fashion something out of rubber that can substitute th plastic?

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Yes, I got that going in the works, just have not followed up on it yet. Im actually getting them made for me, I H0PE!!
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Ceetwarrior, where in Co are you located. I would love to come by and check out your truck, That thing is clean and sweet.
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