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Old 09-01-2009, 05:50 PM
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Hey guys bought a 68 ranger f 100 a couple months ago. It is c knotched in the rear and has lowered front I beams up front. My body lines are off like the truck cab mounts and the front bed mounts are sagging. Could my frame be bent? What should I do to find out. The frame and everything else are like new, its from Tenn.. I heard the mounts are common for dryrot. Thanks guys!!


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Nice shape rig! Mine does that mismatch too. I havent really looked at it close enuf to see what's making it sag, I drive mine everyday still.
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Thanks, I love it. needs some tlc but I will give it to her!!!
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