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  1. BACAGrizz
    01-11-2013 03:54 PM - permalink
    The pump is for a 1978 Mustang II. I had to fabricate part of the bracket and weld it to the original to make it work on my 1965 model 289.
  2. BACAGrizz
    01-11-2013 03:30 PM - permalink

    I found it at a junk yard on an old Ranchero with a 302. I had to modify it and add the spacers to make it work. I have pictures of it here: http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/pi...ictureid=81914
  3. OlRedII
    01-01-2013 10:28 PM - permalink
    Great looking motor picture...I am using a 351W and am curious what power steering pump and mounting bracket you used...they look great on the motor...thanks for any help!!
  4. ImSoQuazy
    02-27-2012 09:46 AM - permalink
    Good morning BACAGrizz, I haven't been around for the past several months due to major illness. I'm back on my feet, slow, but improving everyday - at least that's what I tell myself... Anyway, I had to stop working on my 56 F100 due to the above, and now I would like to get back into the swing of things. My question is... is there a procedure I need to follow when installing the front sheet metal on my truck? I need to put back together the fenders, inner fenders, front air deflectors, grill and all that.
    I tried putting things on piece by piece but in the end, things don't quite align. Yes, the cab is straight and properly seated - to the best of my knowledge (which is minimum at best). Anyway, if you happen to have or know someone that may have insight - or better yet, instructions - on how to do this I would be greatly appreciated.
  5. BACAGrizz
    11-01-2011 09:22 AM - permalink
    It's a 1964 model 289 with a 5 bolt bell housing that I built engine mount brackets on the frame for. The motor mounts are stock units from Advanced Auto.

    I like basic and easy if I can do it that way.
  6. BigB9000
    10-31-2011 03:17 PM - permalink
    What kind of engine in in your truck?
    Also, where did you get the engine mounts for it?
    It looks like a pretty basic & easy way to get a different engine into an F1

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  • About BACAGrizz
    Imagine my surprise to see an old picture of my truck as an avatar for a thread on front suspension options for old F100s.
    Moore (or less), OK.
    1956 F-100
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    Current Mileage
    50,000 - 74,999
    Miles per year
    0 - 999
    1956 F-100
    Engine type and displacement
    Ford 289
    Major modifications
    triangulated 9", MII IFS, air ride
    Tranny type
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    "No Child Deserves to Live in Fear."

    1956 F-100 289, C-4.
    2015 Ford Platinum FX4 F150, 3.5L EcoBoost V-6.
    2011 CVO Screaming Eagle 110 ci Street Glide


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