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Old 01-31-2009, 02:08 PM
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Had a fun Ford day today

Well today I removed the old dump bed off my f350, it wasnt too bad to get off, we used a set of torches and a front loader and had it off in no time, if it wasn't 30 degrees out, it might actually have been a nice day.

Now all I gotta do is take the rest of the truck completly apart......thats all, LOL
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well today i removed the old dump bed off my f350, it wasnt too bad to get off, we used a set of torches and a front loader and had it off in no time, if it wasn't 30 degrees out, it might actually have been a nice day.

Now all i gotta do is take the rest of the truck completly apart......thats all, lol
this post is useless without pictures!!!
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Old 01-31-2009, 07:07 PM
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Ha ha, all I have is before and after pics, but no pics during the whole operation, sorry!! LOL
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I have to agree with Ken, but we will let you slide this time... lol.
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Old 01-31-2009, 07:33 PM
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Ha haa, very funny, hey I have one of us putting a cab on my highboy with a front loader, will that make up for my lack of pics this time??
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Old 01-31-2009, 07:40 PM
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http://s357.photobucket.com/albums/o...t=DSC00804.jpg here is a link to that photo, I don't know how to post a pic on a forum yet, ha haa
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Old 01-31-2009, 08:08 PM
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1974 Highboy pictures by jackndelphine - Photobucket

I figured I would try to post a link to my album of me building my highboy, let me know if it works. Jack
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Jack it is real easy to post a picture in the thread. Seeing that you have them in Photobucket, you need to copy and then paste in here the IMG Code that shows up when you put the cursor over the picture.

I really like the looks of this picture.... talking about breaking out the big guns to get a job done. But then again in the the fire department we do the same things at time.

Click the image to open in full size.

btw.... it looks like it has been a fun project.
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Old 02-01-2009, 10:46 AM
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Ok, cool thanks for the advice on pic posting, now I can put pics on here, that is good. Anyway, yea why work harder when you can work smarter....and get to play with heavy machinery at the same time!!!! Hey did you notice who makes that front loader....yes FORD!! I guess now that looking back on all the work I did in about 7 months, it was kinda fun, but I don't think my wife would agree, I thought she was gonna shoot me the next morning after I bought the truck, when she was taking the kids to school and saw that monstrosity in her driveway!! Honestly the truck was probably the worst buy I have ever been involved with, the only thing I paid for was the drivetrain minus the engine, and the plow, everything else was junk, and I mean junk!! But now I am down to the little stuff, it just needs kingpins and I still need transfer case linkage (which I can't find anywhere!!) and I am going to be changing out the rear leafs with the ones from the dump truck I am building. It's finally almost over and I can put the truck on the road and start driving it and proove all the non beleivers wrong!!!
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