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  • About blueeyedfordguy
    My name is Trent. I own an 88 f150 with a 302 v8.
    Working on semi trucks, heavy equipment, forklifts, semi trailers, and also as needed cars and trucks. I prefer not to work on complicated cars lol!!
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    100,000 - 124,999
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    10,000 - 14,999
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    "If it ain't broke don't fix it!!" And Don't be a parts swapper,conduct test, and use multi meters etc
    1997 F150 XL, 2wd, 4.2 V6, 4R70W automatic,
    1944 John Deere model A. Flywheel start, 321 ci 2 cyl
    1956 Massey Ferguson MF 25 6 speed diesel 23+/- HP
    I work a semi truck shop and enjoy heavy equipment(:


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  • Last Activity: 03-11-2014 10:21 PM
  • Join Date: 09-15-2009
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  1. 10-06-2013 07:30 PM - permalink
    You're welcome Blue
    I can clean mine leaving it in, the sensor is right in the air tract so if you can see it, you can clean it.
    Not sure of the year of your truck but the sensor wire plug on my 2002 is just in front of the master cylinder about 8" from the sensor

    Oh, forgot to mention ,seen your profile,I work on a lot of heavy equipment and truck transport as well.
  2. blueeyedfordguy
    07-05-2010 01:51 PM - permalink
    well, he needs cash money for the truck.
  3. lovemylabs
    06-20-2010 01:01 AM - permalink
    hey trent didnt see your message until now what do you or your buddy with the truck need to know? the best way to get hold of me is at my home email [email protected]
  4. fordgirl<3
    03-27-2010 11:30 AM - permalink
    Hey here's a link to RideRite extra suspension
    Firestone Ride-Rite™ Air Helper Springs

    We only ever inflated it when we hauled plaster and drywall supplies... it worked great.
  5. 73 hi-boy 428 fe
    01-12-2010 04:02 PM - permalink
    I know it sound to go to be true. I questioned the guy and he said to trust him and I did. I have no problems running a larger gap. I am thinking of trying some new plugs I saw on TV. I just cant remember the name. There are so many. I saw them on HorsepowerTV show.
  6. 73 hi-boy 428 fe
    01-12-2010 02:02 PM - permalink
    It works great! Have had it about 10/11 years now.
  7. 6CylBill
    01-10-2010 11:26 AM - permalink
    Hey Buddy! I just wanted to stop in and say HI! ________________________________________________
  8. 10-22-2009 02:48 AM - permalink
    The motor is a 223 six for my 1954 F100 project. Not the original block though.These engines were made from 54 to early 60s. They were in trucks and cars. Not too many guys that go for them in their projects, most like the v8s. Parts still mostly available.
  9. greyghost85
    10-16-2009 08:19 PM - permalink
    just bought it. gave the grey ghost to a fellow in need. he drove it over earlier this eve, so i still see it. i will help him work on it if we can get our schedules together.
  10. 10-16-2009 08:11 PM - permalink
    The fuel pump is not hard to change out, at least on the bronco. There are 8 bolts to take off, lower the tank with the skidplate, take the hoses loose first, there are two gas lines, one electrical connection and one vapor line. It was a struggle to figure it out at first, but on the 1990 Bronco, no special tools are required to loosen the gas lines, just take it slow and work it right.

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