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Old 09-29-2010, 11:16 AM
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Another new member!

Please welcome another new member to our growing chapter! "wade67" lives in Cottage Grove and has a 67 F100. Welcome!
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Thanks for the welcome. I'm just learning how to navigate this site and how things work here. by the way, I have a 1967 F250 Camper Special, Ranger. The 352 was swapped for a 390 2bbl with C6 tranny. Plan to do lots of upgrades and make this a nice comfortable ride. Current project is upgrading to power brakes and then in the spring it will be disc brakes. I will also see if I can swap out the worn out bench seat for something out of a late model truck. I'll try to post pics when I figure that part out.

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Welcome!............How's things down in the grove?
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Thanks for the welcome. I'm just learning how to navigate this site and how things work here. by the way, I have a 1967 F250 Camper Special, Ranger. The 352 was swapped for a 390 2bbl with C6 tranny. Plan to do lots of upgrades and make this a nice comfortable ride. Current project is upgrading to power brakes and then in the spring it will be disc brakes. I will also see if I can swap out the worn out bench seat for something out of a late model truck. I'll try to post pics when I figure that part out.

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Welcome to the chapter the seat is easy I put a seat from an 89 in the 67 f100 I had had to unbolt seats from slide bracket drill out the threads on seat brackets so the bolts from the slide brackets fit though and put the nuts back on and you can use a seat up to 96 without building new brackets.
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Welcome to the chapter the seat is easy I put a seat from an 89 in the 67 f100 I had had to unbolt seats from slide bracket drill out the threads on seat brackets so the bolts from the slide brackets fit though and put the nuts back on and you can use a seat up to 96 without building new brackets.
Thanks for that bit of info, my wife is debating whether to go with bench or buckets. We had a Ford Explorer once that had very comfortable bucket seats.

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bench is better its more fun! get the wife in the rig and the fun happens.
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Welcome to the chapter! I have buckets in all my 65s. Put Beamer buckets in the last one, very comfy. 6 way power with lumbar. Plenty of options to start things happening in other places.
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Welcome!

That's what I love about my crew cab, even if I put buckets in the front (which I'm planning on doing) I'll still have my bench in the back!
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That's what I love about my crew cab, even if I put buckets in the front (which I'm planning on doing) I'll still have my bench in the back!
And it makes it much easier to smack the kids when they need it!
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Welcome to the Chapter Wade, you'll like it, as you can see there's lots of help available.
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Welcome to the Chapter Wade, you'll like it, as you can see there's lots of help available.
thanks, I'll need a bit of help as I'm learning about this old truck. I'm wanting to fix it up to look factory new again. It will be used for dump runs, going to the hardware store etc... but who knows now that we have 3 car shows here in Cottage Grove I might enter the old truck in a modified class if I can get it show worthy.
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