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Hey all,
Just planning for warmer weather projects. I came across a parts truck 1976 F150 4x4 and was wondering if I could use the steering and brake components from this truck on my 66 2wd truck with the V8? I'd really love to have power steering and power brakes but not wanting to spend the bucks for new after-market components.
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4x4 and 2WD are different. You need to find a 2WD parts truck.
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