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Old 08-29-2009, 03:27 PM
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1961 f100

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in the last week i buy 2 ford f 100
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and 61 ford f 100 ( but the seller told me that is ranchero 57 )

what can you tell me about the truck ?
i need to know where is the vin number ?
what kind of rear end i have > ( it dosent look like my 8 inch in my 67 mustang ) ?

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The red truck appears to be a 1961 F100 Uni-body and should come with a Ford 9in. rear.



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~ 1961 Uni-Body ~

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The 9" rear axle used in 1957/86 F100's is a larger version of the 8" rear axle used in Mustangs. They look very similar.

1959/67 F100: If Limited Slip was ordered, these truck have a Spicer-Dana 44 rear axle which has an inspection cover at the rear of the housing.

The VIN will be stamped on the top of the right (passenger) side frame rail just in front of or partially under the cab.

The VIN will also be found on the Warranty Plate which is located on trucks of this vintage, on the inside of the glove box door.

However, I do not see it on the glove box door in the above pic. It's either missing, or the truck is a 1963.

1963 and later: The Warranty Plate is located on the face of the left front door below the latch.

While the grille is a 1961, any 1961/66 grille will bolt right in. Uni-Body Styleside pickups were made from 1961 thru midyear 1963.

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ok i went to drop it 3 inch down
can u tell me how to do it ?
i went to do somethings like this
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Thats more of a 8-9 inch drop.
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ok i went to drop it 3 inch down
can u tell me how to do it ?
i went to do somethings like this
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that is somewhat how low i want my truck. does anyone know what suspension he used?
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that is somewhat how low i want my truck. does anyone know what suspension he used?
That truck is currently listed on ebay http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Ford-...fCarsQ5fTrucks

It has Volare front suspension.
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does it have the solid front axle and do you want a classic look and feel or a new feel with old skin?
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1961 f100 cancer

my f100 is dying of a slow rot i just saw a bubble in the cab channel and found that it is rotted all the way through to the inside does anyone know where i can find a replacment cab or have channels fabricated ty p.s. also looking for new hood kids in neighbor hood sat on the hood and bent the supports
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my f100 is dying of a slow rot i just saw a bubble in the cab channel and found that it is rotted all the way through to the inside does anyone know where i can find a replacment cab or have channels fabricated ty p.s. also looking for new hood kids in neighbor hood sat on the hood and bent the supports
It would be helpful to know what city and state you call home .
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i call home lake wales fl. not far from orlando
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