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Old 06-07-2009, 01:59 AM
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wrecked 4X4 F150 Build Thread

Just got a wrecked 90 F150 351w with 67,000 original miles for $500 and with very minimal rust. also had no bed but i had a doner 92 F150 to take parts off of
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Some of the doner parts
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Also got fenders, doors, and all the front end stuff to change to a 92-96 front end...
just bought 15X12 steel rims
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taking it apart
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spray painted part of the floor
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complete grey interior from a nerby junkyard (everything for $200
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Pressure washing the carpet
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Painting the dash.. pics soon then body work
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Bump for newly painted dash and the wood grain
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Old 06-07-2009, 04:55 PM
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Nice find. I just got a parts truck that I am going to use a lot of stuff from. Please let us know how the seats clean up (pics would be helpful too). I have basically the same ones and they need to be steam cleaned and fixed up a bit so I am curious how yours will turn out. Good luck.
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Hey, what a great project you have underway. Good deal on everything too. good luck and keep us updated....
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Oh, how did you prep your dash for painting? Did you clean it with something?
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Nice find. I just got a parts truck that I am going to use a lot of stuff from. Please let us know how the seats clean up (pics would be helpful too). I have basically the same ones and they need to be steam cleaned and fixed up a bit so I am curious how yours will turn out. Good luck.
im taking a lot of pics along the way soo just keep checking the thread

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Oh, how did you prep your dash for painting? Did you clean it with something?
i put a little bit of paint thinner on a rag and rubbed over the dash a couple of times and sprayed it with about 3 cans of duplicolor grey interior paint.. it turned out very nice but i had to put a million coats on it
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good deal man...with the parts you have you can build a good truck...or two

i want those wheels!...ive been looking for something deep dish style like that (or large backspacing whichever you prefer) i want those but i cant find any the only other possibility is Mickey Thompson classic IIs but those are too expensive and fancy for a mud truck
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When we sprayed my dad's door panels we rushed it. A few months later it all started to peel off. So I dont want this to happen with mine. Thanks for the tip and I cant wait to see how your truck comes out.
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A few years ago I painted the plastic in one of my cars. A service shop that our company uses gave me a special solvent that they used before doing similar work (sort of Methyl-Hydrate like but different) It cleaned everything great and the paint stuck perfectly. A quick call to a body shop might give you a name of a current product. Mine probably wasn't very earth friendly as it would remove your skin.
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good deal man...with the parts you have you can build a good truck...or two

i want those wheels!...ive been looking for something deep dish style like that (or large backspacing whichever you prefer) i want those but i cant find any the only other possibility is Mickey Thompson classic IIs but those are too expensive and fancy for a mud truck
the rims arent in the best of shape but they will clean up... little rust hear and there.. i only paid $100 for all of them
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the rims arent in the best of shape but they will clean up... little rust hear and there.. i only paid $100 for all of them
cant beat that...little work with an SOS pad and theyll shine
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made brackets so the new plastics would line up with the seatbelt. i hope i dont get in a wreck
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Nice job so far.
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nice find, looks like u got a long project ahead of you, good luck
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i just finished drilling holes and mounting the seats
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