1973 - 1979 F-100 & Larger F-Series TrucksDiscuss the Dentsides Ford Truck
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hard kase Daddy, FTE lesson 101, READ AND LEARN FROM MR NUMBERDUMMY !!!!!!
with 38,581 posts you will always learn what the factory did and alot of times why. Also he will locate every NOS part in the whole country and give you there ph #'s
And tell you an alternate on the part so listen up, I love reading his posts like a living FTE legend, right Bill. You were building Ford trucks when most of us were still a twinkle in our folks eye's.
In your hand is a brake controller for towing. It electronically controls/activates the trailer brakes. The **** would let you manually activate the trailer brakes if needed by hand. If it works, save it otherwise you can get them anywhere.
I'm trying to remove the Power Steering Gear from the frame of the truck. Everything was fine until I got to the nut attaching it to the Pitman arm. First I found I didn't have the 1-5/16 wrench or socket to turn it. On Sunday afternoon in Courtenay my options are a little limited for a last minute tool purchase.
The Removal and installation procedure calls for a Tool T64P-3590-F (). Which I find out is just a two jaw puller.
I have been tossing around the idea of going non-power for the brakes and steering to scavenge a few more horses for the driveline on the 460 that will power this rig.
1973 F-350 Super Camper Special
1991 E250 Camper Van
I love reading his posts like a living FTE legend, right Bill. You were building Ford trucks when most of us were still a twinkle in our folks eye's.
Bill never worked on an assembly line. He was a Ford Parts manager, working in several different dealerships throughout the mid '60s/'70s/80s and into the mid '90s,
if I remember correctly...
I gotta get off this darn computer and go to bed, I haven't slept in 2 days!
It's gonna be the death of me...
Nice SCS, however, that is defiantly a mid west truck, but it's still better than some stuff on this site.
Welcome to the site, I love Super Camper Specials, they aren't to common.
My SCS was also a cheapie, however, mine is built FE with a 4-speed.
(Note: I have the correct mirrors, I just haven't put them on, a previous owner put the in correct mirrors on this truck)
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