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Old 02-15-2010, 03:10 PM
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ok new guy have 61 f100 just ran across the crown vic front end conversion has any one put it on 61 thru 64 and if so would like to know all the in's and out's
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Do a search on the cv swap or crown vic swap. Its been done & documented on here. Try advanced search or else go into carcrafter22's thread in the 67-72 forum & click on the "tags" on the bottom. If I kfind the bookmarks I'll paste here soon.
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http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/86...n-vic-ifs.html Click on his user name and then scroll down the left side until you see "Find all posts by FoMoCoPower" click that and you will get a list of all his posts. Start at the 3rd up from the bottom when he got the truck and work your way back to the top. I find when exploring the Forum this way, it's best to right-click the title of the thread, then click "open in new tab". You can then open all the tabs, and just click the little tab "X" when you're done. Sorry it took me so long to find this - work's been crazy these last few weeks!
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thanks again worked out OK for the most part. (me again) a lot of good information were going to give it a try as soon as we can get a CV x member thanks again
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