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  1. old28
    10-26-2018 05:10 PM - permalink
    Chris, sorry, I missed the top section on the relay. I'll check at parts house and then Amazon if need be. Tom
  2. perkint
    08-18-2018 02:20 AM - permalink
    Let me know if you have trouble finding the right hub caps (the ebay listing I bought from for my16" 8 lug steel rims (16.5" was what was on the truck originally). I might be able to sell you a couple if you can wait to mid September when I return to the barn where they are stored. Tadd [email protected]

    1967-1972 FORD TRUCK F-250/350 3/4-1 TON DOG DISH HUBCAPS-STAINLESS-2 HUBCAPS

    Item Id: 131898332188Transaction Id: 1252466083003Estimated delivery: Sat. Aug. 6 - Wed. Aug. 10Paid: $80.05
  3. perkint
    08-18-2018 02:20 AM - permalink
    Hi Chris, Sorry for my late response. I used a hole saw kit, identified as capable of cutting metal, from Harbor Freight I'm embarrassed to say, but I know these are available at Home Depot or Lowes as well. Google "hole saw for metal". No secret on identifying the best place to cut the hole, just took a measurement from the center of the hubs to the outside of the raised portions of the steel wheel which hold the hubcaps and then center punched the hubcaps to guide the pilot bit. I heard from one member the idea of using cut tubing to snug up the hole on the warn hubs, but I didn't do that--when I swap my winter wheels out for summer, I find no dirt or corrosion on the painted steel rims underneath the hub caps so I think the cut tubing around the edges is an elegant solution to a non-existent problem, unless you are doing a lot of mudding.
  4. ultraranger
    08-02-2018 08:07 AM - permalink
    Dupli-color Old Ford Blue part number DE1621. Available from O'Reilly Auto Parts.

    https://www.oreillyauto.com/detail/b...de1621/4268546
  5. ultraranger
    07-22-2018 03:27 AM - permalink
    I made the fuel line from a 60" stick of 5/16" tubing. The clamps are Adel clamps.

    https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/s...1&postcount=97

    https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...ork-today.html

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  • About Florida Chris
    Location
    North ID & South FL
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    ID
    Country of Residence
    US
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-250
    Year
    2008
    Current Mileage
    Rather not say
    Miles per year
    Rather not say
  • Signature
    -Chris
    2008 F250 Diesel 4x4
    1968 F250 300 I6 4x4 High Boy

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  • Join Date: 04-02-2007
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