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  1. bootsmagee
    09-29-2017 11:46 AM - permalink
    Maybe they had in the past, but aren't comfortable doing so on a large truck.
  2. bootsmagee
    09-29-2017 11:34 AM - permalink
    I probably wouldn't be comfortable having them welded and redrilled, being cast iron. But if the new pattern could be fit in between the original, that would be no problem. The only sleeving/relining outfit I've contacted is Don at but he said they don't reline drums that large.
  3. bootsmagee
    09-28-2017 11:24 AM - permalink
    Stu, saw your input on this older thread about the hard-to-find C2TZ-1126-D drums

    I was wondering if your idea of possible cross-referenced drums matching the C2TZ-1126-D drums ever came to light? The idea of re-drilling the 6x7.25" pattern on a similar drum has also crossed my mind, but I'd have no idea where to start to find a matching drum profile. Any new thoughts on the subject?
  4. casper1999
    09-22-2017 04:16 PM - permalink
    Hi Stu, I was wondering if you have a list of interchangeable parts for the F3 MH. I have a good friend in Montana that is working on a 53 hotrod project and said he would keep an eye out for parts for my project but needed a list to carry with him. I thought I had one but can't find it. He says he runs across alot of trucks like mine but doesn't know what to look for. Thanks for any help, Dave
  5. Zoellner
    08-13-2017 01:22 PM - permalink
    Not very good at Internet hope you got my message 678 850 8197 thanks Craig
  6. Zoellner
    08-13-2017 01:20 PM - permalink
    Anytime is good I appreciate your help
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  8. 1978FordF150SWB4x4
    07-13-2017 06:14 PM - permalink
    They do, go to the post message thingy, and see the picture of the mountain on the yellow background, press that, and you can put in photos, and I can't email you, because I have a gmail account, and it wants me to go to the mail app for yours, and I don't know how to register on there.
  9. 1978FordF150SWB4x4
    07-09-2017 10:09 PM - permalink
    Hi stu, I'm building a model of a 1950 ford f3 Marmon Herrington, and I was wondering if you could get me some pictures of the running gear and stuff
  10. mthompson711
    05-17-2017 09:27 AM - permalink
    HI truckdog62563, is this what you meant about the message. I'm really new to this forum. And I wasn't sure. Also on the f3s you are working on do you end up selling them when your finished. I really am just looking to see what and if I can find what I want. Always planned to get a 51-52 at least. I really like the F8. But also the smaller trucks as well. I don't have a place to fix one up yet. But I think it should work out in a year when my mom gets done moving. Also if your from Illinois and don't mind I would really like to see your f3s. I have actually never seen anything bigger than a f1. Let me know thanks a bunch.

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    Stu McMillan
    '52 F-3 Marmon-Herrington 6R32-4 - in progress
    '51 F-3 Marmon-Herrington R3-4 - in progress
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