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    05-21-2016 07:10 PM - permalink
    thx for the reps
  2. 7run
    04-26-2016 08:01 PM - permalink
    I'm new to the site. Any chance you still have those cragar wheels. If not could you recommend what type of cragar to buy. Not the most versed in offset and back spacing. Thanks for any info
  3. Sailor_Roy
    04-18-2016 09:39 PM - permalink
    Thank You.....Most Kind !!!
    04-16-2016 12:10 AM - permalink
    Hey Rich, just ran across this visitor message. Sorry Buddy. For those coonectors you can use the Silicone Dielectric (caliper slide) grease.
  5. orich
    03-16-2016 12:22 PM - permalink
    Hi Jeff any hot leads to a job? Sorry to hear you got fired by the new ass hole.
    I know gets a little depressing at times being out of a job when it's a habit of getting up every morning and heading to a job. Then all of a sudden theirs no place to go.

    Any way a man with your talents, I'm sure you'll find what you want soon.
    Anyway Good Luck my friend.

    Jeff I'm now switching my dizzy to a Duraspark ll setup or just the dizzy that is.
    Can you tell me what's the white grease that was use inside those big ass connectors
    Or is it just the standard High Temp heat transfer Past?

    I will only have one Duraspark that will be at the dizzy connection.
    To make an easy change out if needed. with a GM Module switch trigger & MSD coil.
    Thanks for any help with this question.

  6. orich
    11-23-2015 10:09 PM - permalink
  7. Gembone
    09-30-2015 07:42 PM - permalink
    Just a bit late, but I hope you had a great Birthday. I hope all is well for you and yours!
  8. fordtruckguy78
    09-29-2015 06:53 PM - permalink
    ty thats alot of help I was told the king pins are the same and spindles well i was told that 5 bolt 1/2 ton will mount on to the spindle need new bearings and rotors if that makes sense so im told i can take a 5 bolt rotor with bearings and slap it on to the f250 spindle i honestly cant see it but is there a listing for bearing spindle shaft size to compare them ? ty joe
  9. fordtruckguy78
    09-26-2015 08:12 PM - permalink
    its a f250 6200 gvw , i really want to convert it to a f150 and hear all i need is the rear axle and to swap rotors in the front , but either way i need a shock bucket and i think popajon has the part local
  10. fordtruckguy78
    09-22-2015 11:06 PM - permalink
    Hello Jeffafa i hear you are the parts guy lol Im Joe anyway i have a question , I have a 1979 f250 2wd , Im in need of a few rare parts it seems least i cant find them , im after "upper shock mount" as that call it or a upper coil spring support and the items that are attached behined it with rivets any idea where i can find them , ive looked around on line but all i see is 80-96 + ty

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