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  1. oldfordcoupe
    11-03-2012 06:29 PM - permalink
    the add is for a 1966 bronc0 + parts...
  2. Ktinos
    05-08-2011 10:36 PM - permalink
    Hey Chad,
    Good to hear from you and got your 3rd job. My photos are in my album.
  3. Ktinos
    05-03-2011 08:03 PM - permalink
    Hey Chad, I posted some pictures like you asked. Read May's thread page six.
    Looking forward to meeting you bro.
  4. 67nukeford
    03-03-2011 05:06 PM - permalink
    Thanks for the reps bud!
  5. LxMan1
    02-22-2011 04:25 PM - permalink
    Those guys can help ya in the 73-79 forum. Good luck.
  6. LxMan1
    02-19-2011 09:25 PM - permalink
    Hi, just post a new thread in the forum for the correct year and model for the vehicle and you will be fine. Thanks for asking.
  7. DAVE67FD
    12-16-2010 10:24 PM - permalink
    Chad, Thanks for the reps.
  8. Harte3
    09-24-2010 01:34 AM - permalink
    Hey Chad! Just kicking back...I am old enough I can get away with it! Not sure about the stain on the block without eye-balling it and then...
  9. chrlsful
    09-23-2010 09:32 AM - permalink
    Hadda delete a lotta wrds. When I hit "mail" it said "Chop off some wrds, post too long" so try me elsewhere ;-}

    "Jeesh, chad, he's a wordy SoB!"
  10. chrlsful
    09-23-2010 09:29 AM - permalink
    Yeah, I just used some sarcasm & it didn't 'come thru' but we're buds, so breaks R given. I can't write (esp not like U) and am a little too familure w/everyone (in person & writin).

    I've heard the 250 camper special MC is the best (read 'large'), has 2 pistons (more stoppin power). I assume ("watch out again, chad") it'll have the bolts that fit yer fire wall bolt holes. W/this swap (disc/drum to disc/disc - again my assumption on what yer doin) you will REALLY need a bigger pool of fluid to access.
    I wish I'd tried the whole Lincolin or whole LTD system rather than puttin el dorado/CJ7's on. Trouble is everything 10 yrs old or older is crushed round here.
    Back 2 yer 1st post - "Why" - sos I could get e-break + disc on da back. I went drum/drum to disc/drum (w/a chassy replacement) n changed that to disc/disc (1 reason I got the '77).
    The ZF U seek has an e-break on da back.
    Any Qs might be best @ (PM here is OK but less desriable).

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  • About chrlsful
    Scots Bachelor Farmer
    Lawrence Swamp
    upgrade my wrk truck as needed/affordable for improved utility & off rd fun
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    '70 LUEBer 1/2 cab; '77 frame ie: PS, trapezoidal BB 9", w/411; 4.2L, headers; NV3550; 2"SL; WH 1"BL; 4 Bilstiens; 4 discs; PTO, tool boxes, etc Seeking: hydraulic Gear Motor for Koenig pto, '4 WD' ZF e-brake, 3'X10" Auger., 413 259-1749


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