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Old 12-11-2008, 08:38 PM
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F-600 Suspension

Does Anyone Know What F Series Suspension Parts Will Fit On A 65 F-600? I Am About To Buy A 65 And It Looks Like The Spindle Nut Backed Off And Let The Brake/hub And Wheel Come Off. I Need To Know What [if Any] Other Heavy Fords Had The Same Suspension. I Will Need A Left Front Brake Backing Plate, Brake Drum/hub And A Wheel. Also Damaged L Fender And Running Board.
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Welcome to the forum. You need to post this question in the 61-66 F100 and Larger F Series forum. There will be many there to answer your question. Good luck.
 
 
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