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  1. Bikelikealocal
    11-02-2016 05:18 PM - permalink
    Bikelikealocal
    thanks again from Copenhagen HJG
  2. truckdog62563
    11-01-2016 05:57 PM - permalink
    truckdog62563
    Hans - I would rely on Chuck Mantiglia for your brake parts. He is the M-H expert, and would ensure that you get correct parts. For your visit to California the two companies that come to mind are Sacramento Vintage and Mid 50. I've attached links to each. Enjoy your visit. Stu

    Home - Mid Fifty F-100 Parts
    Sacramento Vintage Ford Parts, Inc. ? 888-Ford-100
  3. truckdog62563
    08-29-2016 06:24 PM - permalink
    truckdog62563
    Glad to help, Hans. Would love to see pictures. Stu
  4. truckdog62563
    03-29-2016 12:47 PM - permalink
    truckdog62563
    Hans - please email me directly. There is more info I'd like to share than is allowed in this note space. Email is stu_sandymcmillan@sbcglobal.net. Thanks. Stu
  5. Bikelikealocal
    03-02-2016 03:34 AM - permalink
    Bikelikealocal
    great Stu my numbers are 1210 first line H 25 54 1 second R 51 3200 288 4857 third line, i hope you can use it have a good day HJ G
  6. truckdog62563
    02-29-2016 08:05 PM - permalink
    truckdog62563
    Hans - I am the guy that has the archive of F-2/F-3 axle numbers. It might be that your axle has a different numbering sequence than USA trucks, but I would appreciate having the information you found. I don't believe I have information yet on the other trucks like yours, so yours is a start. Stu
  7. truckdog62563
    02-27-2016 05:08 PM - permalink
    truckdog62563
    Hans - your truck has both left hand threaded and right hand threaded nuts and studs. Are you trying to remove them going the wrong direction? There will be an "R" or "L" on nuts and studs, right hand on right side of the truck and left hand on left side. If you've damaged nuts and studs they can be cut off. You might need to remove the hubs and drive the damaged studs out. The nuts are standard Budd 3/4" x 16 threads per inch. The studs can be matched by going to either the Euclid or Dorman on-line catalogs. If you've spun a stud by turning the wrong direction you may have to select studs with larger shanks to compensate. Stu
  8. Bikelikealocal
    11-25-2015 03:37 PM - permalink
    Bikelikealocal
    Thangks for the information, I'm trying to navigate in this FTE forum, have a lot to learn Hans J Grundtvig
  9. mrcman58
    11-24-2015 07:32 PM - permalink
    mrcman58
    Hi Hans and welcome to FTE, there is an FTE member called truckdog62563 that is very knowledgeable on the MH ford trucks his name is stu, he will be a good source of info on your truck. Jess

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  • About Bikelikealocal
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    metalworker,furniture designer
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    copenhagen
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    collector. Bicycles.
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    Ford F3 1951 new hobby
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    DK
    Country of Residence
    DK
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    Ford
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    F-1 through F-8
    Year
    1951
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