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Old 04-13-2019, 12:14 PM
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Gary:
I have a complete chassis and drive train for my 1956 C600, but I don't know if the parts are the same. The engine appears to be the same. However, Michigan is a long way from San Diego.

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Originally Posted by Badmoonreizen View Post
Gary:
I have a complete chassis and drive train for my 1956 C600, but I don't know if the parts are the same. The engine appears to be the same. However, Michigan is a long way from San Diego.

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Old 04-14-2019, 04:43 AM
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Thanks Ken-gingerly moving forward. Gary: I called and left you a message yesterday with my home phone#.

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I'm in search of a vacuum line retainer for a 226. Picture of what I'm looking for attached. I would imagin ehtese were used in other applications as well.

 
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I'm in search of a vacuum line retainer for a 226. Picture of what I'm looking for attached. I would imagin ehtese were used in other applications as well.

That's pretty close to some electrical cable clamps. You might be able to modify. (Wet down here in Stuart)
 
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Yes- that's the other application I was trying to think of! Maybe a brake line retainer will work too. Roanoke is wet and supposed to be very wet in an hour or so.
 
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I think you could make that pretty easy...
 
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Did you try Fastenal?

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Shroud for 1950 226 if still interested email me back at [email protected]
 
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Yes- that's the other application I was trying to think of! Maybe a brake line retainer will work too. Roanoke is wet and supposed to be very wet in an hour or so.
I have these two. One is for a larger-diameter line (fuel line?), the other appears to be brake line size. The fuel line clamp bolt hole is a 5/16", the brake line bolt hole is 3/8". The brake line clamp was rubber coated where the line is clamped, it's mostly still there. Email me if interested.



 
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I'm in search of a vacuum line retainer for a 226. Picture of what I'm looking for attached. I would imagin ehtese were used in other applications as well.
I got some from Speedway: https://www.speedwaymotors.com/Stain...SABEgKd3fD_BwE
 
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Wanted: Wheels for 1955 F100

I am looking for some wheels for my 1955 F100. Please send me pictures, price, and location if you have any. I would prefer a stock steel wheel but would also be interested and others and am currently running the stock rear axle.

Obviously these are not cheap to ship so I would be looking for some in the Northern Illinois area.
 
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needed wheels

I hesitate to respond to your search for wheels because of my location being a great distance from you but.. I've got 4 ford 17 " (5.5" bolt r) that came off my 1953 F100 roller project that I'll not be reusing because I've changed both my axles. These 17" wheels aren't obviously ones that came on truck when new. They've got decent rubber on but not great. My location is near Amarillo Texas and would only be of interest to you if you'd arrange some sort of shipping. If interested I'd sell for 150. attached see pic of wheels on my project truck before I changed my axles.

 
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48-50 8 Express box and fenders

I have an 8 express box and fenders for an F2-F3. Just sitting in the back of the shed collecting dust. Bed does have rust but it is repairable. Fenders are decent but will need repair as well. Asking $900 obo. I will include steel frame to bolt bed together. Am located in Central Iowa near Waterloo and can meet you within a two hour radius. I will update post with pictures tonight. PM for details













 

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