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  1. oldmerc
    06-17-2013 01:01 PM - permalink
    oldmerc
    Hello Briz

    I am looking for a windshield temlpate for my 49 Mercury , I don't suppose yours would be out so I could trace it .
  2. oldmerc
    10-01-2012 01:14 PM - permalink
    oldmerc
    I have Dodge 3/4 ton rims with billet wheel spacers to offset them so steering is not affected .
  3. tinman52
    05-05-2012 10:22 PM - permalink
    tinman52
    I sold the box a while ago.....still have the rear fenders. they are pretty straight, but have rust in the usual places. will sell them for $75 each. Can email pics if you want.
    Scott
  4. oldmerc
    01-07-2012 08:15 PM - permalink
    oldmerc
    Hi
    They did a great job
    Clean , magnaflux , hot tank , bore .080 oversize , Install 3 sleeves , grind mains and throws , install cam bearings , install hardened exhaust seats , grind seats , nurl and fit
    new valve guides , shave heads .010
    Cost $2345.00
  5. oldmerc
    01-07-2012 10:14 AM - permalink
    oldmerc
    TRAC Engine did the work
    Engine Pasts from Gary Automotive
  6. truckdog62563
    08-10-2011 06:59 PM - permalink
    truckdog62563
    Rob - Getting rid of the MWs while keeping the F-68 axle is hard because it has 14" drums that most 16" wheels won't clear. The most common option is to swap in a Dana 60 from a '67 to '72 F-250. There's likely a mod needed to the drive shaft, and e-brake linkage, but it's said to be easy. These have 12" drums which a 16" wheel will fit.

    If you want to use stock hub caps you'll have three options. First is the stock F-2 wheels used from 48 into the 60s. They have the inside nubs like your WMs. A 2nd option is to find 17.5s that were on F-250s from 56 until 66 IIRC. Third option is to have your centers pulled and remounted in new 17" rims. Stockton Wheel in CA does this and they look nice. I'll link an old thread that goes through various subjects, but gives good info on wheels. Hope this helps. If anything needs explanation please say. Stu

    http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/89...9-ford-f3.html

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  • About BrizNasty
    Location
    Edmonton, AB
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    AB
    Country
    Canada
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-1 through F-8
    Year
    1950
    Current Mileage
    50,000 - 74,999
    Miles per year
    0 - 999
    Ride
    1950 Ford F-68
    Engine type and displacement
    Flathead V8 239
    Tranny type
    Manual
    Tires
    Street Radials
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    Rob
    1950 F-68
    2012 F-150
    Caught the "sickness"
    Not interested in a cure.

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