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  1. ALBUQ F-1
    11-17-2017 10:42 PM - permalink
    ALBUQ F-1
    I apologize to anyone who has posted here, that I haven't replied to! Better if you send me an Email or PM, I don't get notifications for Visitor Messages.
  2. Carbonarc
    11-04-2017 12:43 AM - permalink
    Hey Ross,
    My little rebuild has escalated (devolved?) into a full frame off rebuild. I have a 9 inch diff so am going to make the swap but I'm not having much luck finding related posts. Can you point me in the right direction?
    I'm collecting photos of the progress in case I decide to start ss build thread. Are you coming to AZ anytime soon?
  3. yosemite98
    03-30-2017 02:01 PM - permalink

    I'm new and have just started work on the vehicle i learned to drive on, a 1950 F1 with 3 speed manual transmission. It has been sitting for 25 years. I saw your post about the Valvoline 80W-90 gear oil for transmission. Are you still running that with success?

    Also, is this ok to use in the differential or do you use something different?

  4. tractormanbill
    01-18-2017 10:54 AM - permalink
    What wiper arms did you use that worked best for you?
    I remember you posted about them but forgot.
    Bill Bailes
  5. WallaceSF
    12-17-2016 03:39 PM - permalink
    Hi Ross, Thanks for the comparison of cabs. If you don't mind, click back on that ad and double click the pick so it opens in full screen mode. The last pic and the 4th from last show the most rust. Most 64 year old cabs have rust, but the description on the CA one seems better. Maybe I should ask him for more pics. -John
  6. DR Smith
    12-15-2016 11:02 AM - permalink
    DR Smith
    I have a two bed room cabin for truckstock 2017 Sept 14 15 16 are you in ?
  7. rentzie
    11-30-2016 09:41 AM - permalink
    Hey there...I was going thru some old post on air filters and saw your set up. I would like to do that on my 52 f3, What base did you use? thanks
  8. DR Smith
    11-05-2016 08:31 PM - permalink
    DR Smith
    Say Ross , it was the brake hose , I did put on a new caliper and pads just to be sure . Pain in the ass finding what the original kit used for parts . It has 72 camaero hoses 78 full size gm caliper not sure what the rotors are , thanks for your help
  9. joezzz
    10-18-2016 11:37 PM - permalink
    in the past , you have always provided good advice.
    i have a question. on my 52, F1 flathead 8.
    when adjusting the clutch too much travel yo engage. To adjust do i extend the adjustment to make it longer, or do i sc rew it in and make things shorter?
  10. underthebridgejim
    09-10-2016 02:27 AM - permalink
    Ross hi, I have a question on the air fuel mix gauge you have, ? is where do you put thr sensor. I have no egr port what would be the correct way to mount the sensor, weld in a bung at the header?? or into the intake manifold??

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  • About ALBUQ F-1
    Own a '52 F-1 Standard
    Into lots of automotive stuff
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    F-1 through F-8
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    75,000 - 99,999
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    1952 F-1 Flat V8 3-on-the-tree, MSD, Rochester 2G, Red's Headers
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