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Col Flashman, I too want to add that you and your wife are in my prayers. I cannot begin to imagine what you are going through, but nothing we go through catches God by surprise. He knows and has endured all of our infirmities and diseases. May He bless both of you and may His grace sustain you both through this trial.
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fuel tank between frame rails 48 ford

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Looking for pics on using mid 60 s mustang tank in rear frame rails of 48-50 f 100 have 49 ready to make clean swap even if I gotta do some frame mods. Thanks
I am doing a 1948 mere m47,put a tank between frame rails(think it was 55merc car(new from ebay
send me your email [email protected] and i will send you a picture,will look threw my receipts. and tell the year. cliff
 
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Lying upside down on my back my dyslexia got me on the third picture on this post. The labels for the cables should be reversed (L-R). It should look like this. Sorry if I lead anyone astray.



Corrected brake cable labels.
 
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Link to Rear Axle swaps 48-60 F1 - F100

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https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...d-rebuild.html I am looking to see if anyone has installed a 53-56 Pickup gas tank in a
Panel truck in the pickup location, I have a custom tube chassis and do not have room under the truck in the panels stock location and have a narrowed
rear and it does not leave much room for a tank between the chassis in the rear.
 
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https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...d-rebuild.html I am looking to see if anyone has installed a 53-56 Pickup gas tank in a
Panel truck in the pickup location, I have a custom tube chassis and do not have room under the truck in the panels stock location and have a narrowed
rear and it does not leave much room for a tank between the chassis in the rear.
I don't think you want to do that...
 
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Boyd in Ocala will make you a nice tank with HD aluminum plate in any size that you specify. Including all the fittings and cap.
 
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Smile 56 ford flip front end

What are the best hydraulic rams are best for use, or should say what convertibles. I'm finding mustang convertibles do not extend far enough.
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