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  1. bareknuckle
    06-09-2010 10:43 PM - permalink
    Hi- I was reading thru some old posts and found you had some very good advice on lowering options for older F 100's. I have a '55 F 100 Panel Truck and have gotten mixed reviews on what type of front and rear lowering system to use. I have talked to just about all the major suppliers (Bobs F 100, Mid Fifty, Performance Online etc.) except Eaton. Some expressed concern over the fact my truck is a Panel vs. Pick Up. If you could offer any advice on multi leaf, rev. eye or dropped axle set ups it'd be great. I've been floundering with this for a while and like to make a decision. Thank you very much.
  2. birdman1
    05-30-2009 09:55 PM - permalink
    Hi Chuck, the Kenly show was pretty good. Terry King put it on and had a decent collection of venders in the Kenly racetrack infield. The car corral was skimmy,but had quite a few nice rides in the show. It's amusing to watch the folks crowd around a "rat rod" that appears to be put together in a couple of weekends and they ignore the rod that someone has a small fortune invested and worked on for five years.
  3. LEckart
    05-20-2009 04:48 PM - permalink
    Chuck- I can't determine how to add a photo to the FTE email. Would you mind giving me your email address so I can send the photo? Thanks
  4. Leadfoot0082
    04-25-2009 02:36 AM - permalink
    Is there any chance I could get some directions to the toyo steering info you had. I have looked for the last two days and can't find it. Sorry to bother you but I am just getting started on a 52 F1 and my arms arent big enough for the small wheel the p/o installed on the truck. I found an original wheel ,just haven't had time to install it yet. Thanks. My adress is [email protected]
  5. Holmsey
    04-02-2009 11:31 AM - permalink
    Hi Ax thanks for the Offer, but sadly 56 regulators are different to the 55 which mine is. Do you know Jim Phillips? He has offered me a pr for $75 + shipping so going to cost me about same as i sold mine for whaaaa whaaaa ;o)
    Such is life I guess ya live and learn. Thanks again Buddy that would of been cool if yours were 55's. Cheers.
  6. Phoenixson
    03-08-2009 06:35 PM - permalink
    Hi AX! I would really like a copy of the Toyota power steering article.

    Thanks, John

    [email protected]
  7. woodyf1
    03-07-2009 10:25 PM - permalink
    hey i sure would like the power steering article [email protected] thanx
  8. KGP50
    02-16-2009 11:31 PM - permalink
    Hi AX, I'm Ken and Julie suggested I ask your advice on a sheet metal problem (warped flat panel - bed side) that I've got. I've posted it on the forum for '48 -60 trucks with a pic of the worst panel. The thread is "Is there a Sheet Metal Dr. in the house?" Julie says your very talented with metal .. and boy do I need some help. Any info. would be appreciated.


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    1956 F100 Panel "GRACIE"
    2007 Solstice GXP racer, the "KRAZED KANARY"
    Third place finish 2009 SCCA National Championships


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