1967 Ford F250 4x4 - 1967 F250 CrewCab SB 4x4


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Album Title: 1967 F250 CrewCab SB 4x4
This is my 1967 Crewcab shortbed 4x4. I have also enclosed the pictures of the power steering swap I performed on this truck.
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Jerry Zeman , Colorado
1967 Ford F250
428 V8 manual 4x4
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Exterior:
Mileage: 97000
Modifications
Dana 60's front and rear, 4 wheel disc brakes, factory low back bucket front seats, 428 V8 w/ holley intake and edlebrock carb, dual tanks 9.50X16.5 tires.
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When the truck originally came home, it had 37 X 12.50 tires. I ...


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These seats look a lot like 66 to 77 Bronco and 65 to 69 Mustan ...


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This picture shows the offset drilled washer in the former secto ...


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This is the 3/8" piece of plate that goes between the Dodge p/s ...


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The three bolts you see are in the mounting holes for the old st ...


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Notice that the front hole of the p/s bracket is in the lower bu ...


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Notice that the front of the Dodge p/s bracket sits flush on the ...


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Power steering box installed. Overly big tires (above 35 inch) ...


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No welding was required with this steering set up, just a bunch ...


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I used a pump from mid 80's Ford p.u.. You can adapt this pump ...

Comments
Sweet crewcab I'm currently restoring my 70 crew 4x4, did you do a dana 60 rear disk conversion? Those bucket seats just finish it off along with being a 67!
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Hey Zeman, your pickup is awesome. This is your cousin Nathan, I like your big dumb machine. Hey my pickup is on this website now go and look for it. Later man.
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Beautiful truck. I have a '67 f100 4x4 that's in pieces and seeing your truck gives me a little more modivation to get it finished. Any chances of a swap? Ha Ha. by Obyone
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Wow Jerry that old beast is starting to come togethor, it looks nice. I hope that you continue to do good work on it. Nathan Dunn
By The real Ford Man


That thing is so cool. I have a 67 highboy, but a crew cab, wow. Really appreciate the power steering pics. Up 'till now, your's is the first manual to power I've ever seen.
By 67beast


In regards to your seats those are the stock seats. My crew cab had those seats also. If you are looking at replacing them Dodge Neon seats fit with little mods. But a very nice truck I wish mine was 4X4.
By BradyCouchman


Very nice classic crewcab :)
By 71-F350-Crewcab


Very nice,,,,love to have one.
By JMR





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