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  1. 68murc
    11-28-2016 10:04 PM - permalink
    68murc
    Holy Crap, I guess I haven't been on here in a while, sorry. It's likely too late now, but I measures towards the rear of the frame. I'm sure you figured that out.
  2. Shawnboylk
    10-14-2016 01:42 PM - permalink
    Shawnboylk
    Yea the ones behind the cab where you cut the 16 inches out so you measured from front bed holes 16 inches toward the cab
  3. Shawnboylk
    09-19-2016 09:54 PM - permalink
    Shawnboylk
    Hey man when you cut your frame 16 inches does it matter how far off the last bed mount hole that you cut it . I'm about to do mine I'm just worried about how to do it all yours looked pretty simple just trying to see if it matters how far off the holes you cut it
  4. 68murc
    01-25-2016 08:04 PM - permalink
    68murc
    Hi, it's actually not very difficult. I cut 16" between the cab and rear end, then 4" off the very back end of the frame. Good luck!
  5. Shawnboylk
    01-25-2016 08:23 AM - permalink
    Shawnboylk
    Hey I have 67 highboy and an 68 shortbed I'm making the highboy shortbed I don't know how much to cut out of it
  6. 68murc
    08-12-2015 02:16 AM - permalink
    68murc
    I have 22-2500 RPM stall converter. I don't have SCJ heads, mine are just Ford D3's. The idle is good, there is a little bit of a lope to it, especially when the engine is cold.
  7. 1972
    08-12-2015 01:16 AM - permalink
    1972
    good evening
    what rpm stall convertor did you use with your 262 cam and Super cobra jet heads?
    also what is the idle like with the cam ? Does it have a lope?
    Thank you
    Lonnie
  8. 68murc
    04-22-2015 09:08 PM - permalink
    68murc
    Thanks for the compliment on my truck. My truck is actually green! I admit, under different types of lighting, it looks blue. The colour is called "Cayman Pearl Metallic" or something like that. It was a very common colour used on Ford vehicles in the early 90's. If you type in "Cayman Pearl" or Cayman Green" into a Google images search, you'll get lots of pictures of the colour on Ford vehicles. Hope this helps.
  9. LIQUID8
    04-22-2015 11:23 AM - permalink
    LIQUID8
    Your truck looks great!! May I ask what color blue you used? Im thinking of using kandy oriental blue on my 68 ford.
  10. 68murc
    05-29-2013 08:13 AM - permalink
    68murc
    Sorry about the really late reply!!! I never noticed that I had a message waiting for me. I really like the cam, lots of power/ torque. I recommend using the Comp valve springs that match the cam. My 460 wouldn't rev past 5000 RPM with the stock springs. I used a set of coated Sanderson street rod headers. I made my own motor mounts, so my no other headers would fit. The Sanderson's are 'shorty' headers. I hope this helps. If you need anything else just ask here, I'll try to check in more often. Or try my home e-mail (68murc@hotmail.ca)

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  • About 68murc
    Location
    Sudbury, ONT.
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    ON
    Country of Residence
    CA
    Make
    Mercury
    Model
    M-100
    Year
    1968
    Current Mileage
    0 - 24,999
    Miles per year
    1,000 - 4,999
    Gender
    Male
  • Signature

    '68 MERC M-100
    460/C6/3.25:1 Trac-Loc

    Chris

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