1967 - 1972 F-100 & Larger F-Series Trucks
Discuss the Bumpsides Ford Truck
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thanks guys. i need to get new clips for the spear trim down the sides, and my buddy and i are going to put a raised bed floor in it so i can haul my bike in it, but other than that it's done. you guys have a great day! -tony
Can anyone post pics of their 67-72 ford trucks that have been lowered? Please, Thanks.
Tony's really looks great, if you don't want to get quite that low I have pics of mine in my gallery. I flipped the rear mounts, used lowering springs on the front, and relocated the rear shock mounts... Mine is kind of a "timid" lowering, Tony's is downright awesome!!!!
Anybody can restore a classic, takes a man to cut one up......
You need to check out the one Fatmans fabrication has built, I believe it is a 67 and it is turquoise, if you cant find it send me an email at email@example.com and I will send it to you. It was from the 2006 F-100 supernationals.
thats cool.... drag truck. i was thinking yesterday how cool it would be if i had a blown big block in my old truck. everyone asks me what kind of cam i am running, but it's stock... the cherry bombs make it sound real nice at idle or a slow roll. blub blub blub blub.
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