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This nice F100 4x4 belongs to list member Kevin Kemmerer (
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1977 ford f150 4x4
Used for anything a truck can be used for! But mostly now it is used for truck pulling. I pull in the street classes at local fairs. I've had two first place finishes, and I have one full pull! It drives all day on 87 octane gas and will embarrass many sports/muscle cars.
Truck now spins 33" BFG muds.

front axle: dana 44 posi (was torsion-gleason, blew apart 4 wheeling)
rear axle: ford 9" open (my last locker equiped carrier blew apart)
homemade traction links utilizing 3/4" hiem joints.
both carry 3.50 gears

rancho 9000 shocks front
rancho 7000 shocks rear

transfer case: 205

interior: no radio, lincoln bucket seats, grant wheel, carpet, Summit mechanical gauges, VDO 8000 rpm tach.


    '78 460 .030 TRW pistons 9.1:1 CR
    CJ rods, ARP rod bolts, holley 750 vacuum, Borla mufflers,
    dual plane aluminum intake (of unknown origin), L&L headers,
    all MSD ignition from destributor to wires utilizing the MSD
    timing computer (38 deg. total advance) & locked out
    Mechanical advance, rhoads lifters, crower cam #22205,
    modine radiator, carter mechanical fuel pump, 1973 heads
    with minor exhaust porting and bowl work, stock valve dia.,
    harland sharp roller rockers held by crane pedastal adapters,
    melling oil pump, CJ pan, Cloyes timing chain, clevette bearings
    L&L motor mounts.

transmision: C6 from GER with low gear set, kevlar comp. clutches, full manual body reverse pattern, ratchet shifter, amsoil synthetic ATF, roller bearings everywhere.

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