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  • About garbz2
    Location
    Glendale Arizona
    Interests
    Ford Trucks
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    AZ
    Country of Residence
    US
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-250
    Year
    1969
    Current Mileage
    50,000 - 74,999
    Miles per year
    10,000 - 14,999
  • Signature
    06 Ford Tarus SE
    2019 Ford Fusion
    63 F100 Uni Custom under construction 4" off the pavement and built to drive.
    64 F100 M60 4.0 DOHC/6 Speed. Dropped front axle and rear flip.

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  • Last Activity: 05-30-2019 02:21 PM
  • Join Date: 11-22-2000
  • Referrals: 1

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  1. 01-10-2017 12:12 PM - permalink
    Garbz,

    I saw you posted that you said either wheel hub would work for a 1964 Ford F100. Can I get your email or cell and send you the pictures of what I have because one seats all the way into the drum and the other sits back a little. Appreciate the help if you can.
  2. 08-30-2016 02:56 PM - permalink
    Hey garbz2 - I'm looking for a little advice about a 62' F100 longbed that I've committed to buy. Would I be able to send you an email with some photos and details about the truck? Curious if you'd be able to spot any pain points that I haven't noticed.
  3. 07-14-2016 12:54 PM - permalink
    Looking for steps to remove the cab/bed assembly on 62 & 63 F 100 Unibodies. I just bought 5 to be build 3 and use two for parts. Would you please share info to my email?
  4. 03-04-2016 12:49 PM - permalink
    garbz2, new to this form and trying to figure it out.. but I will give this a try, I have a 63 unibody, in the process of redoing it. The only major rust is the front cab mounts and that area of the floor board. I have ordered new pieces and rubbers, my question is does one have to take the whole body off or can one just loosen the bolts all the way back and lift the front portion only to do the work? I am hoping that all the nuts will come loose and one can do this. Jim
  5. 11-25-2015 06:21 PM - permalink
    garbz2, I see that you have commented on disc brake upgrades in the past. Can you please take a look at my post and provide some thoughts. Thanks, Sam

    Here's the link:

    https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...onversion.html
  6. 10-05-2015 11:34 PM - permalink
    garbz2, I am new site and have a 62 unibody that I am looking to do some work to, any advise (body mounts, body to frame bushings) would be greatly appreciated.
    Thank you
    Steve
  7. 12-11-2014 10:56 PM - permalink
    Hey Dave have tried to called today and it went to message bank.Its Friday arvo and I will try and get you tomorrow if you get this in time and you work on Saturdays can you give us a time to call and we can have a chat Thanks
  8. 12-10-2014 01:45 AM - permalink
    Hi Dave I have only just seen this message now and its to late now .Give us anther day / Time to give you a call
  9. 12-04-2014 10:29 PM - permalink
    Hey garbz2 are you just the run from this van that's on Craiglist If so im just looking for a standard van v8 that has not got every thing missing and doesn't need a rebuilt as they didn't come to Oz and it will be hard to find pasts here and is dear as poise to ship over
  10. jlincks
    10-04-2014 11:42 AM - permalink
    Was wondering if you could help me with my cv swap on my truck. Have a 63 f100 with a 289 I'm it from a 65 galaxy but need a power steering pump and a new booster andaster cylinder for it and I duno what to look for.

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