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Old 08-25-2012, 11:52 AM
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Have you been making any progress yet?
 
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Have you been making any progress yet?
Still working on other projects.

I'm trying to get a shop put up before winter.

It's still a work in progress right now.
 
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This is a great forum and thread, I have a 95 crew cab, and just bought a 95 lo pro F800, gonna do same conversion.....
 
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This is a great forum and thread, I have a 95 crew cab, and just bought a 95 lo pro F800, gonna do same conversion.....
Where you located? Maybe we can compare notes at some point.
 
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Getting back to working on this project after a lot of life got in the way. Got my own shop space now, so should make things a little easier.
 
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I'm trying to get tech data on a Bosch pump off of my 92 F600 with a Brazilian 6.6 Ford/New Holland

Number on the data tag is; PES 6P 100A 720 RS 3235

Thanks in advance for any help!

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It's a 10mm P3000 pump. Take it to a shop and have them rebuild it and put in 12mm plungers.
 
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Finally got it home to the shop.
 
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Plenty of room in there to do a trans swap!
 
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Plenty of room in there to do a trans swap!
Wanted to make sure I had enough room to work on big stuff.
 
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Finally got it running today!

After rebuilding the lift pump and checking all the fuel lines. Some serious priming, we got it running. It's been a long time coming,that's for sure.
 
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The shop is a wet dream. Cool project. Good luck!
 
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The shop is a wet dream. Cool project. Good luck!
Been working on the shop for 3 years now. Evenings after work and most weekends. With the help of a friend. I've got 4 years, 9 months and 29 days til retirement.

Thanks, got a few more bugs worked out on the truck last night and took off the bed. Got to straighten the drivers side frame rail next, then I'll probably start on the cab mods.


Pulled the bed and set it aside for now.



Getting it ready for frame work.
 
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Hey I'm getting ready to do somewhat of the same build, but with an f350 frame. I did find an f700 frame that is 21 in length. I want to keep the pickup front sheet metal but was wondering about how low the frame is on the 700. Do you think the 700 frame could be modified for a pickup bumper and not look cobbled
 
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Hey I'm getting ready to do somewhat of the same build, but with an f350 frame. I did find an f700 frame that is 21 in length. I want to keep the pickup front sheet metal but was wondering about how low the frame is on the 700. Do you think the 700 frame could be modified for a pickup bumper and not look cobbled
Iím not crazy about the F600/700 front sheet metal, but the floor board and firewall support the engine and trans from the truck Iím using. I guess itís an easy way out for me. Iím not sure I understand what your final project will be. Is it a full F350 body on an F700 frame and drivetrain?
 

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