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Old 01-24-2010, 02:34 PM
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Spring plans?

Since we already did "Winter projects"...........Whats everybody got planned for spring?........Besides major yardwork!.........I plan on painting my old Ranger in the garage (wife will love that) Cant wait for warm weather and fishing/camping trips!
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Well if I can find a used turbo for my 7.3 IDI that will be my first major spring project. And yes I was out today looking over the camper... can't wait to load that thing up and go in the newer truck.
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Spring time is the time that I start getting the race cars ready for the season. I have one to replace the front axle and redo the body work and paint. One other to paint, but I thing the others should be ready to go, I will see.
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This year I'm getting my '45 back on the road and maybe the '47 as well. I have a few other projects but they are another brand.
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hope to put in a new windsheild and drive the wheels off the old truck when ever i can
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hopefully going to get the 4.0 and 5speed in the bronco ii and get a 76 f-250 frame under my 71 f-100 4x4
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Well I got the doors put back togather, windows are working good. Now to move onto the trailer hitch. Looks like Allen Jr and my other son, Robert, may both be here for the weekend, will see how much work I can get out of them.
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Well we looked over the hitch this weekend, going to have to pull the roll pan off and do some mods to get the hitch behind that roll pan.
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I guess I will have to figure just what parts that are need to fix the coolant leak on my pick up, It's so much having a vehicle that been modified and tweaked and I don't know.
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going to hook the "new" 85 f350 up to my 26ft toy hauler and head for the sand dunes with my 4 quads over spring break, 1st trip driving a diesel!
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going to hook the "new" 85 f350 up to my 26ft toy hauler and head for the sand dunes with my 4 quads over spring break, 1st trip driving a diesel!
Sounds like fun, I wish I had a F350 for pulling my 20 trailer with the toys in it, tow it with my Bronco.
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I guess I will have to figure just what parts that are need to fix the coolant leak on my pick up, It's so much having a vehicle that been modified and tweaked and I don't know.
Wheres the leak appear to be coming from?
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Hey Bertha66! this 85 F350 is replacing my current 94 F350 crew cab dually, it has the 460 in it, kinda rough shape, but it does the job i needed it t do, maybe .............??
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Hey Bertha66! this 85 F350 is replacing my current 94 F350 crew cab dually, it has the 460 in it, kinda rough shape, but it does the job i needed it t do, maybe .............??
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Wheres the leak appear to be coming from?
under the front edge of the lower intake manifold on both sides along the heads
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