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  • About sdetweil
    Location
    Pflugerville, tx
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    tx
    Country of Residence
    US
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-350
    Year
    2012
    Current Mileage
    Rather not say
    Miles per year
    Rather not say
    Gender
    Male
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    Sam

    1955 F100 460/c6, 3.55ls - 436 hp, 489 tq
    2018 F350 4x4, DRW, 4.10ls, CC, KR, LB, 450 hp, 935 tq
    2013 Keystone Alpine 3720FB 5th wheel. 40', 15,500gvwr

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  • Last Activity: Today 06:56 PM
  • Join Date: 11-17-2000
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  1. dcmoore73
    05-05-2014 03:17 PM - permalink
    Sam,
    I was curious about the type of brake booster/hanging pedal you used on The Mistress? Also what gas pedal assembly did you use?

    Thanks,
    Doak
  2. jerry_s
    03-11-2014 12:35 PM - permalink
    Could I ask you a couple of quick questions about your Mistress (: '55 Ford F-100)
    1) Did you widen the rear fenders and if so, by how much
    2) What size tires are you running?

    thanks
    Jerry
  3. 02-18-2014 10:57 AM - permalink
  4. 02-18-2014 10:56 AM - permalink
    hello sam how are you man named is daniel amsbury i wanted to know if you had any idea on what type of headers are on this ford truck you posted way back on a form it was i think eric morlaes truck but you posted a comment and maybe you might know what type of headers these are. my dad is working on a truck and want the same exact design headers. we are putting a 351 cleveland motor in a 1956 f100 ford and problem is the cross memeber is in the way so we need headers to go under neather any much help. here is the photo after this message.
  5. fergusonicford
    01-09-2014 04:11 PM - permalink
    How's that new job and new State?
  6. 01-06-2013 11:35 AM - permalink
    Hi Sam, I am looking for a great paint job such as yours. I have attempted to locate the paint shop you used in Elgin, Texas. Do you know if they still exist? I could not find any listing for them.

    Thanks,
    Freddie Martinez
  7. 11-21-2012 09:16 AM - permalink
    Thanks Sam, I did post another issue I have noticed.(no replies) With the hinge pocket portion removed, the door seems a little flexy now when fully opened, did you reinforce the sheet metal to stop that?
  8. 11-13-2012 01:57 PM - permalink
    Sam yet another question, the gap opening Mid 50's wants of 3/4" is that realy neccessary? I have about 5/8" after trying to open it up, upper top window remaining brackets wont allow any more. The old windows worked just fine with that opening so the reason for the question?
    Thanks Willy
  9. 11-12-2012 07:49 AM - permalink
    Thanks Sam, I did get all my arsonal out and finally used a 5 1/2" zip disk to start then was able to get the saws-all in there. One other question, there is a bracket that use to hold the original track for the main window/vent side on the inner panel, that needs to be taken off or just leave it?
  10. 11-08-2012 05:09 PM - permalink
    Hi Sam, went through your detailed install for curved windows from Mid 50's because I'm finally doing mine. All going well but what did you use to cut the top inner hinged sheet metal with? Being up that 1 1/4" makes it almost impossible so any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
    Willy

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