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  1. 1975MudRat
    02-24-2013 12:27 AM - permalink
    I found your truck I think. It was in a Jawga Boyz music video. Riding High -- Jawga Boyz
  2. 76_100
    03-09-2011 10:29 PM - permalink
    I picked up a 94 roller motor out of a Bronco so hopefully it will work out ok. I am going to start digging into it this weekend to see what I have. I have heard that some of the 351w "roller" motors came with roller cams and some didn't, so I am going to take it apart and check. I guess if I have mine tore apart I could think about a 408 I am running out of funds though. I have a friend I am paying to do a lot of my frame off restore/body work and paint. I wanted to do it myself but once you have kids time flies. My poor truck was sitting in my back yard for 10 years before I took it to my buddy’s place a few months ago. I’d like to do a mudder next. I have a 77 4x4 frame and driveline that I might start messing with next year but I would need the complete body, well It had one good fender lol. It was a wrecked truck I bought for some parts for my 76. Good luck with your motor build. I will check in to see how you are doing now and then.
  3. 76_100
    03-06-2011 05:26 PM - permalink
    Thanks for the info. I started the resto on my truck and have wanted these rims from the beginning. I am also going with 15x8s and I am thinking 275/60s all the way around, maybe 255/70s. I have been looking for a while for a dent with these rims and finally found yours and I think they look great on your truck.
    I see you also have a 351w in yours, how is that in your truck (I saw you also want a bigger motor in the future). I started with a 300 and am going to try a 351w with a 5 speed out of a mustang. Thanks again for the info, I will be ordering mine in a week or so...
  4. 76_100
    03-02-2011 10:24 AM - permalink
    Hello Kirby, I was looking at getting the Cragar SS rims for my 76 and was wondering how they fit? Cragar's website says "S/S wheels will not fit 197377 Ford pickup front hubs." What's up with that???
    Your truck looks awesome by the way!
    Thanks for any info on this...
  5. 73FordF100
    10-28-2010 05:21 PM - permalink
    I'm in Griffin. It's about 45 miles south of ATL, in case ya didn't know. lol
  6. Prozon
    10-07-2010 01:10 AM - permalink
    Yeah I saw that. I got your PM about the hydro, were you trying to send me another?
  7. ugaford
    08-12-2010 09:14 PM - permalink
    Uga all day :P Whoa bet they'll be stunning!
    ah,That's not too far from me.I'm located in newton co.
  8. ugaford
    08-11-2010 11:23 PM - permalink
    I just wanted to tell you i looked at your ford drive way in your pics and that has got to be the most perdy driveway i have ever seen=]
  9. dillinewton
    02-08-2010 11:33 AM - permalink
    hey what is your opinion on a dana 44 with chromos up front running 44s?
  10. Carlene
    01-27-2010 01:37 PM - permalink
    I tried rep'in ya for hanging in there with the Offroad guys trying to bash you but alas, I have to spread more around first.

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  • About Kirbys73F100
    Lawrenceville, Ga
    Horses, Ford Trucks, Air Traffic Control
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    Travis, 1965 F100 Custom, 2wd 429 C6, 2500 stall, spool, 4.11 gear
    1973 F100 Ranger 2wd, built 351w C6, Cragars, 3.73 gear, Detroit Locker, QTP electric cut-outs
    1979 F250 Custom, 4x4 460 C6 NP205, 2.5 tons, 53's
    1979 F150 SuperCab Custom, 4x4 460 T18 NP205
    2000 Ranger XLT, 2.5l 2wd, 5 spd


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