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Old 08-13-2009, 01:27 AM
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Its $10 every two years to register, but insurance is $30 a month. Thats where the cost comes into play.

makes sense but i thought if a vehicle was registered OHV it was strictly banned from paved roads/streets ect.
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So what size is the "new" motor?
U should really get that thing running good and post another vid to show how good it runs, like this,

Its a 460 out of a camper special, once i get some time ill do a full tuneup and get some video of it. Even running a bit off it still puts you back in the seat.
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Where's your fourth light on your roll bar? Lol.

Time for beadlocks eh? :P Did you have a spare for that? I have a fifth 37" tire but I have no wheel on it. The closest thing I could use as a spare around my place is a bald 31" tire thats half the width of my 37's lol.
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Ahhh the joys of the 16.5" wheel..............
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hmm hey 75f350 if my memory serves me right i rember you telling me something about those darn 16.5 wheels,,, i thought about it but in the end i kinda schruged it off and thought ohh well I'm not really guna wheel it that hard.. but shoott,, if thats really all the mudding it takes to pop them off the beed....f$@& THATTT
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Somtimes they stay on kind of well, and other times they pop right off.
I think a good swift kick can get them to come off.
Anyone that has run a 16.5 knows how they come off. The ones I have run have stayed on fairly well, but have come off. They almost always do.
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I always wheel with two full size spares....you have to with these rims. Usually it's a rut that I'm trying to fight that does it. Although it has only happened twice in 31 years
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ever think of running a bead of weld around the rim to help hold the tire on? it would act like that lip on the smaller wheels..
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My 65 sitting on 66 4x4 frame as I bought it. Currently torn down for some updating.
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I don't really like the older fords. Anything earlier than a 70.
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I don't really like the older fords. Anything earlier than a 70.
That's funny, I don't like trucks newer then 79. Since we're being honest.
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"Anything" earlier than a 70???? The body style from 67 to 72 was the same. A 67, 68, 69 would be earler than a 70, and would be the same truck as a 71 or 72. These are bumpsides. Hmmmm.

For me, every truck has its own character, and each has a place. Cant beat old iron!
Fortunaltely for the older trucks, not much has to be changed.
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