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Looking for one Spare Tire Carrier Bolt for my 1955 F-350. I was able to get one nut free, with good threads, the other not so lucky. Thanks, Dave

 
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Dave, Did you try heat and candle wax? Heat the nut (doesn’t have to be red hot) and then hold a candle where the nut meets the bolt. Not sure the physics but it sucks the wax into the threads and often loosens frozen bolts/studs.
 
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Dave, Did you try heat and candle wax? Heat the nut (doesn’t have to be red hot) and then hold a candle where the nut meets the bolt. Not sure the physics but it sucks the wax into the threads and often loosens frozen bolts/studs.
After soaking it in acetone/atf solution for 3 days and trying heat on the nut I had no luck. So, I dropped them off at the mechanic shop. The one pictured come off fine, the other one took the threads as it came off. I wish he would have called me. I could have used it at the stationary side and used the good one on the adjustable side. I do have a couple of options. One cut the bad threaded end off and weld new stock with a new nut. Two, just weld the current nut on permanently and call it good. We'll see.
 
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Hate to be late to the party but if there's a next time you can just cut the nut off with a whizzy wheel (technical term for 3" cut off tool.)
 
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Hate to be late to the party but if there's a next time you can just cut the nut off with a whizzy wheel (technical term for 3" cut off tool.)
Thanks for the suggestion Beav! If I could have only caught him before he ran it through all the treads. I will adapt and over come!
 
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FOR SALE 1955 F100 Currituck NC 27929 $6950

The truck is originally from Greensboro NC. Sorry for the BIG PHOTOS!





 
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The truck is originally from Greensboro NC. Sorry for the BIG PHOTOS!





So are you selling it...?
 
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1953 F100 Frame - $2500 OBO

Frame has been professionally boxed in and sub-framed with Camaro front clip. Front clip has power steering rack and Carrera QA1 adjustable coilover shocks. Rear has Applied Racing Technology Sportsman Ladder Bar System II with Strange adjustable coilover shocks. Front and rear suspension were new out of the box when installed on the chassis and have never been used. Comes with a set of new in box Moser 28 spline axles and Ford 9" rear with 3.30 gears. Additional parts for frame also available. I am located in Florida, must be able to pick up frame, I can NOT deliver
 

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Hi all,

searching for anFloor Trans Cover Plate for my 53 Truck.

Thanks.

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F-1 for sale

I found this on e-bay in the salvage cars and parts section. Not mine, just passing it along in case someone wants it.
https://www.ebay.com/b/Salvage-Part-...575646?_sop=10

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WANT 1953-55 Hood

Looking for a GOOD condition complete hood for a 1953-55 Ford F-100-- ( must be shipped ) -- please send pictures in and out--front edge -- must be good attached 7/16" threads for shoulder bolts for hinge arm--- Thanks
 
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what size truck was it out of?
Tried to E mail you direct. Interested in possible brake parts. Left rear shoe anchor plate with park brake cable guide. also wheels if 17" 5 bolt 6 7/8 pattern. I'm in central Mo. Not too far to pick up if all large parts or would pay for shipping for brake anchor plate.
 
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48-50 F5 axle / brake parts

I have the front and rear (single speed) for an F5 -- this came out of a fire truck with only 6,523 miles... the internals look practically new.

Drums: $100 per side plus shipping (look brand new / never turned)

Brake parts including back plates $100 per side plus shipping Pads are like new but may have some brake fluid on them from years of sitting (Wheel cylinders need new seals but are clearly serviceable.)

Leaf Springs $100 per side in excellent shape

Rear Axle shafts $50 each plus shipping

Lug Nuts $50 for all 4 wheels (10 left hand ... 10 right hand)

Rear Axle internal gears / cover plate $150 plus shipping


Complete front axle with everything $300
Complete rear axle with everything $400

or $600 for both

(shipping is possible for complete axles but I'm sure it will not be cheap

located in Northern VA

These parts may work on on F6/F7

NOTE: these came off of a COE -- so the front leaf springs are not the same as a standard F5 Everything else should be the same.






 

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Brian, What is the ratio of the rear axle? the ring and pinion count will be stamped on the side of the housing, without the pinion, either 6-40 or 6-35. I have someone interested if it is 6-35.
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Rear axle gear sets

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Brian, What is the ratio of the rear axle? the ring and pinion count will be stamped on the side of the housing, without the pinion, either 6-40 or 6-35. I have someone interested if it is 6-35.
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I'm almost positive mine are the 6-40's (6.66) You can pull a house down... but top speed was around 45mph

6-35 works out to be 5.83's

Chuck at chuck's trucks has new old stock sets in the original boxes in 5.57 and 5.14 I think he's asking $895 for them

The 5.57's would be very reasonable road set of gears... a little taller but still very reasonable.

thanks,
Brian
 

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