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    03-16-2015 03:00 PM - permalink
    I used the original hubs, but cut the 6 lug bell flange off. Behind the six lug flange is an 8 bolt pattern holding on the drum. I put longer studs on these and used a dually adapter from bolted on, sandwiching the drum in between. If you search maybe you can find my old thread(s) about the process. Also you could call me at 360 376 2449 and I can fill you in better.
  2. ricktater
    03-14-2015 05:52 PM - permalink
    Hello, I have a question or 6 regarding your wheel conversion, I have a 59 f350 and just picked up a new rear end. It looks like I will have to move the spring perches in a couple inches. Also, I'm not seeing which front hubs you used. I would be grateful if you could enlighten me....
    11-20-2014 04:42 PM - permalink
    It's a one ton '47 panel. Quite rough, but quite complete. Rear axle is split in half with rt side hub and drum missing. Tough thing to roll. Hood is smashed in the front. What could make it attractive is that I have a good '47 tonner rear axle here under a trailer, and a good hood too. It has a V8 that looks complete and I have two correct 59AB flatheads here that are crack-free. He wants 2500 and wont budge. Says he can get it hauled here for 1000.00 to 1200.00 which is in line with others I've had hauled from Minot. He says it's 9 miles north of the hwy. Might be good to talk on the phone a bit. My number is 360 376 2449. My cell is 360 317 8051. I will be off island tomorrow at a doctor appointment. See if you can find the truck on 'Dan's old cars' Thanks, Gary
  4. havi
    11-19-2014 08:07 PM - permalink
    What truck are you looking at? I might be headed down that direction for some parts, in the next week or two.
  5. havi
    11-15-2014 10:32 PM - permalink
    It's a bit far, South and West of me. Praying for a full recovery!
  6. Austinwagonco
    05-23-2014 05:33 PM - permalink
    GB I just watched your truck videos, and I also have a sawmill that I am putting together. It's an old circular saw; if I can figure out how to get my videos loaded on youtube, you'll be able to see my truck, sawmill, and john deere 620 that I am building to run it.
  7. Hairyyid
    03-25-2014 07:55 AM - permalink
    Hi mate,we are in the UK but if you could send the info to my email pls,being new to the site and not knowing how to do things correctly yet,my email being or PM but i would have to work out how to retrieve that,and i will pass on the info to Keith my boss,the truck owner,thanks for the prompt reply.Still a little in the dark as it were as the truck has a 6600lb gross weight,is that correct for the 1 ton as we have been told this is a rare truck and is in fact a 1& 1/2 ton but that does not seem to make sense with what i info we have been given so far.We cannot get the chassis number as the plate is so worn it is not visible.All i can tell you it was last licensed in Kansas in 1961 as i have a photo of that licence plate in front of me.Again thanks for help,appreciated very much.
    02-16-2014 10:25 AM - permalink
    Thanks Wally. Have you seen the youtube video my son made? '37 ford 1.5 ton with load of logs. I guess I dont check my notifications often.
  9. theodore/teddy
    02-10-2014 07:39 PM - permalink
    Gary I like the new avatar, thats some serious wood on the old truck!
  10. Cappa265
    12-26-2013 12:41 AM - permalink
    Yeah mate, she is one in the same. Could tell from the BSA sticker on the rear window. Yeah still running the exhaust stack up the passenger side. Still runs all the same paint jobs. I have no plans to do anything to the paint at all. The guy I bought it from lives in Canada, Brian was his name.

    Cheers Cappa

About Me

  • About GB SISSON
    cabinetshop owner
    Orcas Island Wa.
    Antique flywheel engines,antique ford trucks
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    Current Mileage
    100,000 - 124,999
    Miles per year
    10,000 - 14,999
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    '92 F350 4x4 dual wheel flatbed truck. 7.3IDI, 5 sp man tran. '59 F350 nine foot flareside with cummins 6AT, '47 2 ton stake with 8rt, '47 tonner panel, 47 tonner pickup,'46 tonner cab/chassis, 47 1/2 ton pickup,'46 1/2 ton panel. Antique one lung flywheel engines.


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