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  1. Mols51
    05-28-2014 07:36 PM - permalink
    Mols51
    Doug
    I would have given it to ya gone to scraper now sorry
  2. toby tough
    05-13-2014 09:43 PM - permalink
    toby tough
    Hi Doug. I guess I figured it out. Anyways if you still have the stock carb and oilbath air filter I would love to have them. I have a Holley1904 on now and I just put a kit in it. But the floatbowl is all out of whack and leaks a bit. Not sure which carb was original to the 226. I could probably use a choke cable too if your not gonna use it. I could use one headbolt since mine has one of those with the block heater in it. You probably don't want to take one out tho and I understand.If you have a spare door latch mech for the passenger side that would be most handy too. Most of the other stuff I could use are pretty heavy so shipping would cost me a bit. Anyways, if you still have some of these things let me know. Thanks
  3. ddiaz12
    04-28-2014 03:00 PM - permalink
    ddiaz12
    Hi Doug, I decided to with a Flathead. I sold my 302 but kept my C4. Still not sure if I will go with my C4 or my original 4speed tranny. From a guy over at the HAMB, you should be able to install the 302 and C4 w/out cutting the original engine and transmission crossmembers, if that is important to you. It was to me. He has one pic on the hamb showing 302 and original cross members.
  4. EAK69
    01-03-2014 10:04 PM - permalink
    EAK69
    Doug - you do not want to know!!!!

    My buddy (who owns a shop where the truck is stored / worked on at) told me to keep hammering away at it and wiggle it until it comes loose and then pull - because I could not get a wheel puller on it - so we went this route...

    BUT - I sometimes over muscle things and snapped the entire section of the wheel and now still have part of the steering wheel on the column!! I shot myself in the foot on this one!

    The steering wheel would had to go anyway - but now I am in a worse position as I need to figure out how to get the other part off the column.

    Send me and email to info@route66world.com and I will take a pic Sunday and send it to you!!

    Ed

About Me

  • About DougofMontana
    Biography
    Retired from 28 years in the US Army, working as the facility manager at a small hospital
    Location
    Ennis, MT
    Interests
    Woodworking, ATV riding, travel, FORDS
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    MT
    Country
    USA
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-1 through F-8
    Year
    1949
    Current Mileage
    25,000 - 49,999
    Miles per year
    1,000 - 4,999
    Ride
    1949 F-1
    Engine type and displacement
    Flathead 226 6cyl.
    Induction
    N/A
    Tranny type
    Manual
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    DougSkillman
    Gender
    Male
  • Signature
    '49 F1 - First Ever Build
    Ennis, MT

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