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  • About Sportruk
    Brampton, On. Can.
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    Country of Residence
    Current Mileage
    0 - 24,999
    Miles per year
    5,000 - 9,999
  • Signature
    2008 FX2, 5.4, 3.73 LS, Leer Lid.
    1988 F150 408 carbed, Lentech AOD, 3.73 LS, IRS, AirRide, Chop Top, Shaker Hood Scoop and A Few Other Mods.


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  • Last Activity: 07-03-2014 06:16 PM
  • Join Date: 01-29-2009
  • Referrals: 1


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  1. 03-31-2012 08:29 PM - permalink
    wow beautiful truck ive got a 93 f150 supercab and want to go as low as you or lower can you give me some info on parts and labor?
  2. 12-19-2010 05:45 PM - permalink
    I just looked at your truck, what a beauty, also see you are also a Canadian. I built or worked on the pumping etc for a water slide in a mall at 10th and Steels, I think that was in 1984, also did the mechanical work on the water slide in the Clairville Conservation area in 1986. Where has that time gone.
    You can contact me at [email protected], that way we can send photos
    Thanks again
  3. 12-19-2010 05:33 PM - permalink
    I am presently installing a 06 crown vic ifs and a 96 T-Bird irs in my 58 f100 short box. I can't add a picture hear so hopefully I can discribe what I am looking for:
    1) after assembling the t-bird mount assemblies (4 corners) and leveling them I find that my pinion flange is at exactly 90 deg. I am assuming, maybe wrongly, that ford would have set this sub frame so that it would have mounted parallel in the unibody or then parallel with my frame, thus leaving pinion flange with 0 deg incline. I will be installing a 5.0 engine and AOD tranny, so at the present time I have no idea what angle on the output shaft will be.
    2) On one of your posts you stated that the top spring mount in the stock bird was parallel to the inner top bolt of the upper control arm, which in my case the front and back are at a slightly different elevation, does that matter greatly
    3) My intention is not to lower the truck much more than it was as shown in my profile,using stock springs.
  4. 09-17-2010 03:06 AM - permalink

    I've been lookin around for some wiring diagrams. 1996 F-150 3.9L I6

    Got any leeds?
  5. 12-22-2009 05:01 PM - permalink
    Can you help? I got a cluster from a 95' and put it in my truck which is a 96' and here is where the problem starts. The truck will not start after a lot of really bad language I figured out the fuel pump wasn't working and after removing it I discovered that it has no power and that the fuel gauge is reading backwards, the reason I know this is the truck has very little gas in it(I put 5 more gallons in it, just to make sure). I thought the fuel pump and sending was bad after ohming it's fine. I need to know which relay runs the fuel pump. I've already checked the fuel pump shut off switch.
  6. 08-05-2009 04:24 PM - permalink
    can I call you or you call me I have sprint cell service phone its free for me to call long distance and if you have same service its free phone to phone
    616 308 5190
  7. 08-05-2009 11:32 AM - permalink
    shawn do you have yahoo IM setup we could chat more on this?
    mine is "the390feking"
  8. 70torino429
    02-26-2009 12:02 PM - permalink
    hey i saw the interior picture you posted on some thread and i was wondering how hard it was to wire it all in especially the speedometer and mounting it in the stock gauges position?, i wanted to do this to my 90 and wanted to get the same gauges. thanks

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