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Old 04-29-2008, 09:25 PM
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Instead of adding power steering why not just put a complete clip on or a M2 from Fat Man? Either will drive great. I have 35k on mine in the last 3 years and have no complaints
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Hi Doraville,

Ok here are a couple of great schematics. I'm not sure if you will be able to read them once they are posted but if not send me a PM with your e-mail address and I will send you the fullsize versions.

The question is: How long are the F1 and F3 fenders....are they the same or is one longer. I measured my F1 fenders and from running board to back edge on the bed side mounting edge, they are: 58 1/2" If you can get one of the guys with an F2 or F3 with the long bed to measure their fenders (under the bed from inside edge at the running board to back lip at the bed) that will tell you which of the two sets of fenders you have enough room to mount lengthwise. Remember each F2/F3 back fender is narrower that the F1 fenders by 2 1/2 inches.

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You can see also how far back your tailgate should be from th ewheel center in these.
My name is Daniel, and live in Brazil. I have a 1951 Ford F5 inrestoration.I love the pick up Ford's, especially those of 48-52 yearsI ask your help, if possible.the forum found the measures of the ford pickup 48-51, but the picture is small and I ask if Mr. has this image infull size? send to my e-mail: danielfronza@gmail.comThanks
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My name is Daniel, and live in Brazil. I have a 1951 Ford F5 in
restoration.
I love the pick up Ford's, especially those of 48-52 years
I ask your help, if possible.

the forum ( #33 the link:http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/73...51-52-a-3.html )found the measures of the ford pick
up 48-51, but the picture is small and I ask if Mr. has this image in
full size?
send to my e-mail: danielfronza@gmail.com

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Hi Doraville,

Ok here are a couple of great schematics. I'm not sure if you will be able to read them once they are posted but if not send me a PM with your e-mail address and I will send you the fullsize versions.

The question is: How long are the F1 and F3 fenders....are they the same or is one longer. I measured my F1 fenders and from running board to back edge on the bed side mounting edge, they are: 58 1/2" If you can get one of the guys with an F2 or F3 with the long bed to measure their fenders (under the bed from inside edge at the running board to back lip at the bed) that will tell you which of the two sets of fenders you have enough room to mount lengthwise. Remember each F2/F3 back fender is narrower that the F1 fenders by 2 1/2 inches.

Click the image to open in full size.

Click the image to open in full size.

You can see also how far back your tailgate should be from th ewheel center in these.
My name is Daniel, and live in Brazil. I have a 1951 Ford F5 inrestoration.I love the pick up Ford's, especially those of 48-52 yearsI ask your help, if possible.the forum found the measures of the ford pickup 48-51, but the picture is small and I ask if Mr. has this image infull size? send to my e-mail: danielfronza@gmail.comThanks
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See if this is better. But you say you have an F-5. Should I post that too? Stu

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I just send Daniel a scan I did from a piece of sales literature I have.

http://www.fatfenderedtrucks.com/sca...dimensions.jpg

It has the dimensions of all of the models. It's not the greatest quality but I'm sure you can get the dimensions off of it.
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See if this is better. But you say you have an F-5. Should I post that too? Stu

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Thank you for sending. yes, I have a F5 1951 and if possible send the measures of Ford F5 will be key for me. thanks !!!danielfronza@gmail.com
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I just send Daniel a scan I did from a piece of sales literature I have.

http://www.fatfenderedtrucks.com/sca...dimensions.jpg

It has the dimensions of all of the models. It's not the greatest quality but I'm sure you can get the dimensions off of it.
Thank you for sending. This forum is very good and has many technical clarifications I love old Ford pick ups
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hey guys i apologize if i am off track here but could some one scan in the front track "factory" track width of a 1951 f-100 ?? or would some one know of a site that has it. It's 11:56 pm and I have been looking since 7:30 pm thanks all
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