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I still drop in and read the forum every once in a while. Usually just read and don't post. Doing a little bit of work on my 86 F150 to hunt out of this season. Replacing the u joints in the rear and putting in new bearings and seals up front. Still have my 79 crew cab 4x4 but I have not been able to do much to it. My oldest son started college over in Valdosta and that has put a strain on my $$$$$, if you know what I mean. I also still have my 03 F150 crew cab 4x4 king ranch, Still love all my Fords.
hey guys i'm new to the site . i live up in n.ga. I'v been working on a project truck for my brother 4 about 2yrs. I put a 94 mustang 5.0 with FI also put a aod trans in there . had to plumb the whole truck for FI . we used a 16 gallon fuel cell . the fun part was building the wiring harness & fabbing the ecm into the cab. we had to build all the throttle linkage. we got shed of the old engine fan & used a 16 2spd electric fan. somewhere right along in there my brother ran out of funds & I got tired. its not finished yet. we plan on a rack steering & disc brakes . we are looking for a 355 limited slip 9in.we are also looking for a good buildable automatic column . there's aways to go yet . i figure about 2 more yrs an another $10,000 we may be close to starting the body work . 1 more thing who would be the best to talk to about a 4 link in the rear . this truck will be driveable before i put a/c on it , hopefully 1 day he may let me borrow it. If can help anybody with any thing I'd be glad to help . Electrical is my strong area. BE COOL !
I would love to have an old ambulance. I could imagine they have lots of tool storage area.
They have tons. There are 7 exterior doors that could be used as storage or access to tools. Then you have the interior as well.
Originally Posted by pmac33
a dually bed will be high as a cats back.You may find one with busted fender ext ; but those are high to. good bed $400-$500 . good luck.
That's about what i figured it would cost. The biggest problem is that the incomplete trucks like mine came with a different wheelbase. I'll have to find a long-bed dually and then cut it down to the right size.
I am new to the Georgia Chapter, and I have a 1973 Ford F-100 Ranger that I am slowly working on. Right now it does not run, but I am working on it. It's hard to buy parts for it when you are only 15 and don't have a job!
Good Morning Georgia, you are alway's on my mine!! That could be a song, wait!! It is!!
Hey 73FordF100, What's your name? Keep Looking, I know something will pop up!! One time before your Mom ever thought of YOU,LOL, I told a man at a junk yard, I would pull some part's for HIM, If he would give me some part's I needed, it worked!! You never know!!
1975 F-250 Custom High-Boy
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