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Old 03-17-2010, 10:24 PM
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Frame dimension sheets 1956 f100

Hey there. is there anything like this for a 56?
1965 FORD F-100 150 TRUCK FRAME DIMENSION CHART GUIDE - eBay (item 360041181444 end time Mar-29-10 10:11:00 PDT)

Im have a book but it is a home 600 miles away.
I need dimentions for the longbed frame and short bed frame

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Old 03-17-2010, 10:50 PM
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I had this saved as a '56, should be but double check just incase I had a brain fart:



It has both info on short and long
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thanks. I appreciate it. That was easy.

Thanks Stephen,

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Yep, no problem. I have some other specs too if you need, like the difference in thickness and a bunch of stuff that I have no idea why you'd need but for some reason I always seem to...

Also I should note on bigger trucks things maybe different even though they're listed on it, my 600 for instance is straight over the back with no kickup on top, but I guess the chart shows that when the picture doesn't.


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sure. i might need it. Cant hurt to knwo more. Minus the occational head ache
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I got these off of here a while ago, there are about 40 pages, shows all the different models and stuff too, pretty neat. I'd post them all but I'd have to upload them all first, lol

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Hey there. is there anything like this for a 56?
1965 FORD F-100 150 TRUCK FRAME DIMENSION CHART GUIDE - eBay (item 360041181444 end time Mar-29-10 10:11:00 PDT)

Im have a book but it is a home 600 miles away.
I need dimentions for the longbed frame and short bed frame

thanks
Hey guys I'm new here ! Can anyone tell me if the 57 to 59 f100 frame work for the 56 f100
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Hey guys I'm new here ! Can anyone tell me if the 57 to 59 f100 frame work for the 56 f100
You need to start a new thread in the 57-60 forum - This one is 6 yrs old and in the wrong place
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You need to start a new thread in the 57-60 forum - This one is 6 yrs old and in the wrong place
Sure it may be a good idea to start a new thread, but there is nothing wrong with asking a question about his '56 F100 in the '48-'56 forum.

And since when is 2010 "6 years old?"

And no, the frames are not the same....
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Sure it may be a good idea to start a new thread, but there is nothing wrong with asking a question about his '56 F100 in the '48-'56 forum.

And since when is 2010 "6 years old?"

And no, the frames are not the same....
The guys in the 60-61 Forum will most likely know maore about their frames then those here
Also when you're having as much fun in life as I am time seem shorter
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Sure it may be a good idea to start a new thread, but there is nothing wrong with asking a question about his '56 F100 in the '48-'56 forum.

And since when is 2010 "6 years old?"

And no, the frames are not the same....
Thanks ill see what I can come up with guys
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