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  1. drptop70ss
    01-24-2015 04:01 PM - permalink
    Looking for dodge pickup rear fenders for my 56 C3 if anyone has any!
  2. drptop70ss
    09-15-2014 07:17 PM - permalink
    what parts do you have?
  3. 50trucking
    09-15-2014 07:09 PM - permalink
    I have 51 parts when u get ready
  4. drptop70ss
    09-15-2014 07:02 PM - permalink
    That olds rear will work fine, no problem there.
  5. schoo
    09-15-2014 03:47 PM - permalink
    hi dave I'm looking at a 67' olds 442 diff 61 1/2" axle flange to axle flange 3.54
    do you think that is to wide? using a 302ci
  6. rust-n-rods
    08-29-2014 12:43 AM - permalink
    thanks for hitting me back. going to charlotte moter speedway September 18-21 to swap met. taking my 71 ranchero to sell. bunch of other parts we got laying around. mostly going to see what I can find but we cant let the wife know that. ha ha no realy shes cool with it most of the time.
  7. rust-n-rods
    08-28-2014 12:13 AM - permalink
    drptop70ss I love the truck silver there isn't anything any sweeter than cruzing a ride like that around
  8. schoo
    07-28-2014 09:36 PM - permalink
    Thanks dave I'm trying to figure this out
  9. drptop70ss
    07-28-2014 04:08 PM - permalink
    I think the S10 rear would be too narrow, but it depends.
    What you want to use will depend on wheel size and rear suspension setup. I am running leaf springs on the outside of the frame like the original F1 design, so I am using a 1970-1981 camaro / firebird rear which is pretty much the same width as the original. Another rear which is the same width would be a 1968-72 chevelle rear. Original brackets have to be removed and new suspension brackets welded on for either one.
    If you are running a 4 link or super wide tires then you may want to mock up the tires and see what you need as far as width, wheel mounting surface to wheel mounting surface.
  10. schoo
    07-28-2014 01:43 PM - permalink
    hi dave getting ready to look for a rear end to match upwith the jag ifs would a 2wd s10 chevy work some are using a 4wd s10 just wondering about 2wd
    thanks roy

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  • About drptop70ss
    Rust hoarder
    23 T bucket, 37 Buick, 47 Cadillac, 51 F1, 68 firebird, 66,70 chevelles, 69,70,71,72 novas, 55,57,61 belairs, 56 dodge C3, other misc money pits and projects
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    F-1 through F-8
    Current Mileage
    0 - 24,999
    Miles per year
    1,000 - 4,999
    1951 Ford F1
    Engine type and displacement
    350 LT1 fuel injecte
    Major modifications
    LT1, T56, Jag suspension
    Tranny type
    Street Radials
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    You can call me Dave!

    #1 1951 Ford F1 build LT1 T56, jag IFS, fuel injection, etc
    #2 1951 Ford F1 build supercharged LT1, 4L80E, jag ifs, fuel injection, etc

    Hoarder supreme


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