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Old 07-15-2009, 12:20 PM
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Thanks NumberDummy

I wanted to publicly thank you for lining me up with Ed at Millennium Ford to get the Bushings for my 3 on the Tree. Showing up at the Show this weekend with a truck that Grinds in 2nd and 3rd might be a little imbarrasing. I also wanted to thank you for your patients with me regarding my ignorance of Ford parts and where to get them. I have a large list of trucks that I own starting with a 56 Chevrolet BigWindow Short Step, 50 Willeys PU, 67 Chevrolet Long Fleet, 63 Chevrolet Short Wide, 64 Chevrolet Short Wide, 69 Chevrolet Short Step, and a F100 Custom Cab Styleside pickup, oh yeah and a 1985 Toyota Extended Cab 4X4 and my daily driver Chevrolet HD2500 4 Door 4X4. You could say I have a few Irons in the fire. Most of my Chevrolet Friends have given me huge amounts of Crap over this Ford but I can honestly say I have enjoyed the Experience and learned a ton about these trucks. I have a friend that has a 63 F100 Unibody that I have had my eyes on for sometime. Its in pretty decent shape and besides the the Mold and the Blackberry Vines growing through it, it's peaking my interest. I dont know what they are worth but this thing would need a complete frame off, ground up resto. Thanks again for all your help.

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FYI:

Ford just OBSOLETED C5TZ7343A = the bushing & insulator kit used for the two manual control levers on the bottom of the steering column for 1965/66 F100/250 2WD / 1967/79 F100/350's.

This same kit is also used with an A/T's manual control lever on 1965/66 F100/250's / 1967/77 F100/350's.
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FYI:

Ford just OBSOLETED C5TZ7343A = the bushing & insulator kit used for the two manual control levers on the bottom of the steering column for 1965/66 F100/250 2WD / 1967/79 F100/350's.

This same kit is also used with an A/T's manual control lever on 1965/66 F100/250's / 1967/77 F100/350's.
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Ed told me to put out the info that he has two more of the Bushing & Insulator Kits. The obsoleted kits that you are describing above are the ones he has.
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