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  1. 7.3obs
    10-29-2015 10:41 AM - permalink
    7.3obs
    Hello. I'm new here and am on the search for an auto pcm. I have a good working manual pcm. I seen your post on the idle control.if you're looking to trade up let me know.i cannot pm yet because I do t have enough posts on here so my email is mikeryan.264@gmail.com
  2. kenny.nvb
    01-19-2012 12:39 AM - permalink
    kenny.nvb
    Hey, I actually just started a thread looking for information on the grille guard on your truck. http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/11...l#post11306350

    Do you know what brand it is, or where I can get one?
  3. 86sixbanger
    11-26-2009 08:08 PM - permalink
    86sixbanger
    Hey, you know any Marcinyshyns from Sioux?
  4. stevebausch
    05-30-2009 09:35 PM - permalink
    stevebausch
    I found an old post of yours:
    http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/21...-79-frame.html

    You mentioned there was a level of interchange of F600 cabs and F150-250-350 cabs.
    From what I have read on other threads, the medium duty trucks have a flatter floorboard, making it hard to source floormats that fit. Some have gone so far as to cut a LT hump out of a junker and install it in a F600 to allow LT floormats to fit.

    I have also read of the isolators being different.

    My intent is to take a short (129") wb F600 and install a dually bed. I know it's all doable, and donor cabs are just a CraigsList away, if a pickup cab will fit.

    From what you say, and from what others say, the interchange is easily a pickup cab on a F600, but not so easy the other way.

    And the front clip can go either way, from what I have read.

    I have no idea about linkages for manual or automatic, but my hopeful guess is "no problem"
  5. mellowyellow22
    04-03-2009 12:19 AM - permalink
    mellowyellow22
    Hi there, Canadian from Sudbury. It seems we have similar interests. I am planning a 24v cummins swap into a mint 1981 ford. My only problem is the ford is a f150 2wd. I am planning to get a f250 or f350 frame sand blast and paint it so I can get started. I was reading some of your post and it seems that you no quite a bit about these ford trucks. the doner dodge is a 2001 3500 ram 4x4. I plan on using the cummins,4500 tranny and 4x4. maybe the axles. I would be really interested in your thoughts. my email is ironhorseinc@inbox.com and my names Andrew
  6. 84 f250 6.9
    03-07-2009 01:52 PM - permalink
    84 f250 6.9
    lovin the 86 man ...what kinda tires are those?...are any of your trucks a 6.9?
  7. douglpr42
    03-07-2009 07:57 AM - permalink
    douglpr42
    thanks for info on flex plate. p.r.douglas ont.

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  • About 82F100SWB
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    Dryden, ON, Canada
    Interests
    Wheelin, wrenchin, and all that good stuff.
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    ON
    Country of Residence
    CA
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-350
    Year
    1996
    Current Mileage
    200,000 - 249,999
    Miles per year
    25,000 - 29,999
    Gender
    Male
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    96 F350 Crew Psd/5 speed/4x4 $600 special
    92 W250 LE, 4x4/CTD/G360/D60/D70U
    8? F??0 4x4 Mild BBF/T19 Ton's/44 Boggers.

    It's not what you BUY, It's what you BUILD

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