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Just thought I would post and say hello...
Now that my job is making take a lunch, I will have some free time to play in here...
I have a 1984 F-150 Ext. Cab with a 5.8L V8... Its my first truck I've owned but I've wanted one since I was a child... My dad had almost the same truck but an 85...
I know very little about vehicles but I'm going to learn... I just replaced my battery cables and fixed my horn... I was so proud of myself... LOL...
I dont have a picture yet but does anyone know why there would be a large tin can sitting behind the battery??? It has only one hose connected to the can???
Hey Darksidesm, you've probably found it by now, but in case not, there's a forum just for 80-86 where you should be able to get an answer. Lots of people willing to help - I've gotten a ton of info for my '73 without even having to post a question.
Good to see an 80's has survived the rust. My old man had an '83 6.9; I wouldn't mind a crew cab from that era. Where in NE are you?
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'73 F100 2wd, '91 302 roller, NP435
'86 F350 CC 4wd, C6, 6.9, Banks Turbo
01 F350 DRW, Autometer Gauges, Custom CAI with Petes Cover, 6" Miter Stacks, 38R Turbo, Casserly SS Injectors, Live tuned by DP-Tuner (F6) , and a bunch of other stuff some show, and some go. PAA #14 www.roadsidehelpnetwork.org RIP Robin Gone but not forgotten....RIP Mark.. I'll never forget you!!
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