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  1. ctubutis
    10-03-2014 04:21 PM - permalink
    Oh, cool, you figured it out!!!!

    I had forgotten about it and it suddenly struck me I hadn't done anything... so I went to go post your problem in the Mods forum and, ba-da-boom, it looks like I don't need to.
  2. ctubutis
    09-23-2014 09:56 PM - permalink
    Hmmmm.... I used to know you, seems like it was about 10 years ago, though, and I totally forget your real name.

    The first thing to do with just about any web-based problem like this is to clear your browser's cookies & cache, do that and see what happens. The picture stuff on FTE has changed a LOT this past summer, not sure when the last time you were here was but, nevertheless, try that and tell me what happens afterwards.

    There's a forum here specifically for picture-related help:

    User Gallery & Picture Display Help - Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums

    Might try posting in there if it still won't work for you.

    If you still have problems after all that, let me know and I'll send it up the chain to the IB folks.
  3. 1981fordstepside
    06-12-2014 11:59 AM - permalink
    I love your step side, nailed the stance.

    Did you lower your truck at all? I was also wondering what size tires you used. Keep up the great work.
  4. Gary Lewis
    01-28-2014 06:16 PM - permalink
    Gary Lewis
    Welcome. No prob.
  5. 81ChopTop
    10-24-2012 07:58 PM - permalink
    The wheels are Centerline Warriors. 15x10 with 6.5" offset. Tires are Mickey N50-15.
  6. stylin86f150
    03-18-2010 01:59 PM - permalink
    Hey thanks for the commplements I made those covers out of plexiglass. I cut out the outline of the lights with paper then used that to cut it out on the plexi-glass. After that i painted them black.I attached them using velcro tabs. I did not paint the turn signal lights as dark tho since I have to take off my headlight covers when it gets dark but since the others arent as dark I can leave them on and it wont melt.
  7. EffunFiddy
    11-25-2009 06:07 PM - permalink
    Hey I hear ya. I was spoiled cause my dad let me use his. Aod's are great. I got one in my rig and there just seems to be so much out there for them, on the other hand though there's nothin like grabbin' gears with a bench seat and a big long shifter!
  8. roadrash63
    11-25-2009 05:02 PM - permalink
    hey its gonna be awhile...cause i dont have a garage yet, just a pine tree and its gonna be too cold here in pa!
    im pondering the classic zf/aod decision...
  9. LxMan1
    11-24-2009 04:53 PM - permalink
    I bought it this way. You can actually just cut out the spot in the cover where the pump goes on an EFI cover. I think you will have to buy the pump eccentric as well since the EFI motor doesn't have one. I know that the 85 GT Mustang HO was a roller cam engine with a Holley 4bbl so parts are available. I assume that you will be running a carb set-up. Look at the timing cover and see if it already has the threaded fuel pump bolt holes in it. If so, I would just cut the cover out with a dremel tool like the guy I bought my motor from did.
    If you need any more info, feel free to email me [email protected]. I'll help in any way that I can.
  10. roadrash63
    08-20-2009 07:12 AM - permalink
    just looked at your gallery..very nice work, ive got an 85 f150 4x4 5.0 efi 4sp
    that i got for 500.00 guy was going to leave it the woods to rot some more, used to drive if 3x ayear maybe just getting street legal now . going to start on resto nest summer.

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    '85 F150 XL Flareside w/ 408 Windsor, TKO 500 trans, 4.10 gears. Half ton 'o fun
    '85 Bronco XLT w/ 306 HO, T18/NP208F, 6 inch RC suspension lift - "Little Jimmy Jackson"
    Dad's 2011 F150 5.awoooooo Coyote!
    '91 Mustang LX notch street car project


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