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Old 02-23-2012, 06:48 AM
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Rgr Thanks, I just ordered the CD version.. I'm beginning to think the hard part is going to be finding a good mechanic for this rebuild project... not finding parts. I went down to the local Ford place and looked in the service bays, all young kids pretty much

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What book/document are you finding this data in? can u provide a link?
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Rgr Thanks, I just ordered the CD version.. I'm beginning to think the hard part is going to be finding a good mechanic for this rebuild project... not finding parts. I went down to the local Ford place and looked in the service bays, all young kids pretty much

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I'm just now seeing the message in which you (nonrev) ask for a link to the book, thank you Bill for explaining to him.

nonrev... I have no idea how old you are but it's kinda funny to see you talking about finding "young kids" working at Ford yet you yourself write as something of a "young kid" with the Text-ese.

Please don't write like that, OK? Correct capitalization & punctuation & spelling & all that will go a LONG way towards making your posts easy to read, and the quality & amount of help you receive out here is directly proportional to the effort you put into clear & effective communication.

Yes, I hate the Text-ese-type of stuff out here, you're not texting your BFF so please use normal English here, OK?
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Hello,

I guess I use Rgr and abbreviations alot, Military background. I'm 59. Will improve my grammer.

I just ordered that parts CD and joined as a 1 year premium member. Can't figure out how to post photos though.

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Old 02-23-2012, 04:43 PM
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I guess I use Rgr and abbreviations alot, Military background. I'm 59. Will improve my grammer.

I just ordered that parts CD and joined as a 1 year premium member. Can't figure out how to post photos though.

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What non-supporters do to post pictures is put 'em up on a hosting site (photobucket, flickr, whatever) and then use the IMG code they provide to make the pictures show up in their posts.

This should help:

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A guy in the diesel forums made a video about it:

https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...he-forums.html
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Man, you'se guys are all over the map! I'm trying to read up on my "new" truck by going through Vernon/nonrev321's posts and I find people wandering off into all sorts of different things besides "my truck". Sure glad I don't mess up people's threads like y'all do.
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