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Old 08-19-2009, 03:07 AM
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Progress on the The Beast

Here is the latest progress on the my 86 F150. Almost ready for paint on the cab but I need to straighten the front frame horns. I'm debating on trying to find a shop to do the straightening or using a come-along and a tree and trying to get it pulled into shape. Would that officially make me a redneck?

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Old 08-19-2009, 02:14 PM
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Looking good there Matt and using the tree and come along method does not make you a redneck..... is being resourcefull. I have been thing about it and you maybe able to straighten it some, but it may not be enough.
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Thanks Neil, As far as the frame horns go they don't have far to go till they are straight. Hopefully the come-along will get them far enough. The up/down alignment is good its just that they are off a bit toward the passenger side.
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Oh oaky then, it would be worth a try then to see if you can get it.
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