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Old 03-12-2009, 11:37 AM
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67 lowerd about 5" getting an IRS right now so it will go a few more inches then the air bags go on.
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carcrafter22 -- trying to do calculations on putting cv ifs and tbird irs c/w 4.6 and auto tranny. Truck is presently lowered on solid front axel. Right now I am trying to calculate where I will be with after installation, so what I am looking for is the new dimension between the spindle center line and the underside of the frame at the new cross member. If you could give me the distance form C/L of the spindal to ground and the distance from underside of frame to ground I would be able to create that difference on my truck and mock up front and rear heights so that I cMyan see what the final result will be. My front end may go up from where it is now. Thanks Rick
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been a while since i have worked on it but i pulled it out to take a quick pic. finally got the wheel color and WWW tire combo i was looking for. been buying up stuff to put on her, and just waiting for the weather to straighten up a bit to start wrenching. and after the "faux" patina, the natural is coming around pretty well.
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"faux" patina, the natural is coming around pretty well. QUOTE]

LOVE the paint.. or lack thereof! Looks real nice.
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I know it's not a bump but the frames are the same from 66 to 67 and on. My 66 has a 05 crown vic frontend with 17x9 front and 17x10.5 rear.
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looking good custom cabby... your patina is a lot more distressed than mine. and i gotta say, there is nothing like driving around with hood hinges up.... i did that for a while... it's like a right of passage. nice truck!Click the image to open in full size.Click the image to open in full size.
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That is one sweet ride. I have a stock 1966 Ford that I would like to lower as well. What exactly did you do to get your awesome truck, to that ride height? And what size tires are you running?
I know this is not a 67-72 but I thought I would show off a long bed and also show what a 64 LWB looks like. Sorry if I interupted this board.
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looks good, nothing wrong with that!
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Here are some pics of some Bumps.
I know this was a thread for lowered dents,but it won't hurt.
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here is the 71 lwb im working on for my cousin. 3/4 drop with dream beams and shackle/hanger kit from djm

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sorry no pics of it outside yet.

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Here are some pics of some Bumps.
I know this was a thread for lowered dents,but it won't hurt.


ummm, youre in the wrong thread bud, this is for BUMPS not dents and i wouldnt recommend posting these over there or you will hear about it
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Shift, I've been following your build and it looks like it's just about ready now.
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not quite but its getting there. I have a long laundry list of problems and detailing still to do including fixing a few more of the paint shops "mistakes" but soon. Just under two months til the ford f100 nationals so im scrambling to get her done.
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Has anyone ever bagged one of those cv setups yet?
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