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I have a 1964 Ford F100, 223 6 cylinder, 3 speed manual transmission. I think the rubber body mounts need replacing. I already have the shop manual ad Chilton manuals and was wondering if there a body/chassis manual.

any links or hints are greatly appreciated.

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chassis body shop manual

Sweet!

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I am not sure what year the body mount sleeves were pressed together.
I had an 84, which they were, but my 65 were rusted out, so was not sure
Anyway if they are there is a trick to taking them out and this video gives you an idea how to do it.
A lot easier then pounding them out with a BFH and ruining the bolts
I used thick pvc pipe and the original bolt, not the all thread as in video
Either way you can get the idea and mock it up as you see fit
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Originally Posted by Bert65 View Post
I am not sure what year the body mount sleeves were pressed together.
I had an 84, which they were, but my 65 were rusted out, so was not sure
Anyway if they are there is a trick to taking them out and this video gives you an idea how to do it.
A lot easier then pounding them out with a BFH and ruining the bolts
I used thick pvc pipe and the original bolt, not the all thread as in video
Either way you can get the idea and mock it up as you see fit
Good luck
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8bbh8bwUhs
Cool! I need YouTube university!

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Where is this from?

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Pic: 1964/72 F100/250 2WD; 1966/72 F100 4WD


I meant to ask you, where did you pull the diagram from.

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ND has all the master parts catalogs and is probably one of the few human beings left that knows how to use them. Actually I think you can buy the things on CD if you can figure out how to use them.
 
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That verifies you are a Newbie as described.
Just post a question and ND will chime in, as he has a wealth of information.
I am consistently learning just by reading some of the stuff he post

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I meant to ask you, where did you pull the diagram from.
1964/72 Ford Truck Parts Catalog, available on a C/D from hipoparts.com

Hipo has Ford car & truck parts catalogs from 1928 thru 1989, Lincoln/Mercury catalogs from 1964 thru 1979.

1980/89 L/M combined with 1980/89 Ford car parts catalog.
 
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Old 01-18-2019, 11:35 PM
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Originally Posted by NumberDummy View Post
1964/72 Ford Truck Parts Catalog, available on a C/D from hipoparts.com

Hipo has Ford car & truck parts catalogs from 1928 thru 1989, Lincoln/Mercury catalogs from 1964 thru 1979.

1980/89 L/M combined with 1980/89 Ford car parts catalog.
Thanks very much, ND!

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