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  1. salvaged66
    02-22-2012 10:12 PM - permalink
    Just saw your message, been absent from the site. My truck is not running, am trying to repair rust and have the cab off right now. Would be interested in any information on meet-ups. Enjoy seeing these old trucks and it is always good to know others in the area to call on for local parts and suppliers.

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  2. Ricks66
    06-06-2009 08:36 AM - permalink
    I would appreciate any help you can give me with the AOD swap. I'm committed to the project, and have one being built. I'm not too worried about moving the cross member for the rear mount (looks pretty easy), and will have to move the hanger bearing mount. Once I get that done and the tranny installed, I can install the front 1/2 of the driveshaft to get the measurement for the rear shaft. A local company will shorten the one I have for $65. So much for the easy stuff!
    I'm not sure what to use for a flywheel. I grabbed a cable from an 87 F150, and mounting brackets from a few different trucks. I haven't looked to see how hard it will be to set up yet.
    Any help/suggestions would be greatly appreciated!


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  • About RaleighDad66
    Raised in Orlando
    Raleigh, NC
    Sailing, Woodworking, Electronics/PCs, Mechanical, 1966 F-100

    115A F100 E81 C 17
    05000 172 4000 61
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    Country of Residence
    Current Mileage
    200,000 - 249,999
    Miles per year
    15,000 - 19,999
  • Signature
    1966 F-100 SWB Styleside Custom Cab, 302/2bbl, AOD AT, AC


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  • Last Activity: 02-04-2012 08:07 PM
  • Join Date: 04-29-2004
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