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  1. awalrus
    03-08-2017 01:08 AM - permalink
    Hi eddie. It's been a long time since you posted, but I saw old your post about having instrument clusters. If you haven't canned them I could use one for a 1978 F150 4x4 with idiot lights. Thanks. Think the number is E1PZ-10848-B.
  2. crazyeddie
    04-08-2012 05:26 PM - permalink
    Russty, yes I believe I still have some gauge clusters. Do you want a back plate to just transfer the gauges over to? Let me know what setup you have (dummy lights or gauges & what your warning lights say on them) and see what I have!
  3. Russty G
    02-26-2012 09:17 PM - permalink
    Russty G
    Do you still have instrument clusters? Mine turned to dust !!
    I have a 78 f100 Custom Ranger 302 w a granny gear
  4. WoodGrain
    10-25-2009 10:06 PM - permalink
    Thanks! Its going to be at least another 2 years before I get my truck where I want it. Lack of funds and many jobs prevents it. The "crate" motor in my gallery is something I'm putting together. Its a 351m bumped out to a "400" which is really a 402. I've got forged internals, nasty cam, edlebrock intake, a full Pertronix ignition, edlebrock water pump, moroso oil pan and pump, remote resevoir oil filters(yup 2) flexi lite fans, and an aluminum radiator. I'm estimated upwards of 500hp and IDK how much more torque
  5. WoodGrain
    10-23-2009 12:45 AM - permalink
    Yup, they custom did my wheels for the MSRP based on height and width. So the same as any other 16x8 inch torq thrust wheel. It just took alot of calling. The guy who sold me the wheels has been doing business with A/R for decades so they hooked him up so he could sell them to me. 1500 for all 4 wheels not including tires.
  6. WoodGrain
    10-21-2009 11:19 PM - permalink
    The bolt pattern and back spacing had to be adjusted on the CNC machine. Not "one off" but that factory did have to do some adjusting just for me. I feel special. I uploaded some pics to the gallery. I just figured out how to put up pics so there will be many more to come.
  7. WoodGrain
    10-21-2009 10:29 PM - permalink
    Keystones? heck no. Ive got 16" American racing Torq Thrusts with General Grabber tires. I had to get them custom made. The wheel guy I was dealing with had to call to the VP/exec type level of American racing to get them made.
  8. WoodGrain
    10-21-2009 10:08 PM - permalink
    I'm starting to go street rod with mine. I like big motors, big power, and big noise. I like muscle cars and all but I really can't drive one. Right now its the stock height, but the wheels make it look low. I'll get some more pics up soon.
  9. 1Aauto
    10-20-2009 02:02 PM - permalink
    Nice looking truck.
  10. 460/5
    10-15-2009 01:16 AM - permalink
    lol. yuppers. you sure can!

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    Fowlerville, Michigan
    Playing guitar and piano, fishing, bowling, and keeping the Fords on the road
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