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Old 02-18-2010, 09:15 PM
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This week I finished milling out some 1/2" thick header flanges for my 351W. I plan to graft them on to a set of Hookers for a 351M F150 4wd.

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Waiting for this darn snow to melt and get some nice weather! HURRY UP SPRING!
I agree but tomorrow I am going to fire up the horse and let it circulate the fluids
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lol. i dont see why yall dont let the ol beasties play in the snow...
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lol. i dont see why yall dont let the ol beasties play in the snow...
Lets see today I ran about 40 bucks worth of gas thru 'er, and tomorrow I'm planning on a weekend get-a-way, so I'll prolly run about 200 more thru 'er. I love this truck way to much to let it sit. In fact the worse it is weather wise outside the more I wanna be out driving!!Click the image to open in full size.
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Lets see today I ran about 40 bucks worth of gas thru 'er, and tomorrow I'm planning on a weekend get-a-way, so I'll prolly run about 200 more thru 'er. I love this truck way to much to let it sit. In fact the worse it is weather wise outside the more I wanna be out driving!!
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lol. agreed!! great lookin truck by the way. im hopin to get my hands on a S/C within a month.
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It came out of southern arkansas, and the only rust is surface runs great 4x4 works nice and smooth. Stole it off a kid for 1500. Best part I'm ina small town and there isn't one like it for miles!!!!
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talk about a steal!! wow. the one im after is a 79 that has D60s with limited slip front and rear, and an IDI diesel in it. the guy wants 4500. im tryin to get my 91 sold to get it...
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I was looking at another one when I came aross this beaut, and it was a mess he wanted 2500 for it. After I got this I called just to see if he still had it and he said he sold it got 2300. And I mean that wasn't good for anything but being on the farm. It prolly would of took 1500 just to get her on the road well legally anyway
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yeah. the one im lookin at is already a reliable work truck. the guy has a plow on it and uses it fairly often, as he has a commercial plowin business. im a little curious as to the condition of the clutch, but hey, beggars cant be choosers, right? lol.
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I agree but tomorrow I am going to fire up the horse and let it circulate the fluids
Hmm... Do you park it over a flat rock, by chance?
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lol. i dont see why yall dont let the ol beasties play in the snow...
mine hates anything but dry dirt or pavement she will sit and spin lots of power and no real weight on the rear axle to make her go she has 1 1/4 ton leaves with 3 ton overloads
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Hmm... Do you park it over a flat rock, by chance?
nah just in the back yard
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got the inspection sticker on it today. cant wait till spring when it dries out around her so that i can redo the front suspension and steering.
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