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  1. bigwin56f100
    03-03-2014 07:16 PM - permalink
    bigwin56f100
    Hows the tires and rims doing? Hope all is well. Kevin
  2. cuellar23
    12-06-2013 11:11 AM - permalink
    cuellar23
    I will for sure, thanks!
  3. cuellar23
    12-05-2013 11:11 AM - permalink
    cuellar23
    I'm not sure of the spline count yet, waiting to get a day off to open up the diff cover and peak inside. The owner had 3.54s installed back in 1986 and recently replaced it with a 3.73 rear end to tow his boat. Said the 3.54s weren't cutting it hauling a a full size boat up mt. Hood. Hope you don't mind if I bounce a few questions off you as I get ready to do this swap(:
  4. cuellar23
    12-02-2013 09:34 PM - permalink
    cuellar23
    Hey there! I'm about to do the same swap into my '66 F250 with a rear end out of a donor '66. Is there any thing l should lookout for? Was it a pretty easy swap?
  5. Jesse Damien Revel
    10-26-2013 01:27 PM - permalink
    Jesse Damien Revel
    I did, just waiting to get back into town to pick it up. Why do you ask?
  6. Bdhorton
    08-16-2013 10:57 AM - permalink
    Bdhorton
    Hi Crop DusterMan,
    You posted a thread about your brakes on 10/16/2012 and showed a pic of your bushing kit. I have a 1971 Ford F-250 Ranger XLT Camper Special with the same brake set up as yours. The PO installed the metal jacketed bushing in backwards and the rubber popped out of the case and ruined the bushing. I purchased the same kit that you did and I was wondering about the sleeve and larger rubber bushing. I see in your pic that the metal sleeve is inserted into the rubber bushing. I was wondering did you assemble that sleeve and bushing that way or did it come that way? The reason I am asking is because my sleeve and rubber bushing was not together like that. I was thinking that the way it is in your pic is correct. I cant find a diagram that shows how it is supposed to go in. Here is a link to what you posted. https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...2-section.html
  7. Scout Pilot
    10-25-2011 07:58 PM - permalink
    Scout Pilot
    Hi...I got your email but I couldnt respond because i dont have enough posts. I do fly the Kiowa....Not far off from your 206. I love flying it. There are alot of nice toys on it but most of it is dated. They (the army) is looking into getting us a newer model but I will believe it when I see it. Low Level Hell is a great book and I think it should be required reading for anyone who flies helos.

    Send me your email and I will send you some videos we made from our latest deployemnt.
  8. ImSoQuazy
    09-11-2011 04:07 PM - permalink
    ImSoQuazy
    Hello There,
    Your steering wheel restoration looks fantastic!
    I thought I'd request you as a friend so that I may refer to your images later - or I will forget where I saw it...
    Happy Sunday.
    Paul
  9. 3360stepp
    03-20-2011 06:39 AM - permalink
    3360stepp
    Here's the PM for the glove box door springs. Thanks for the help.
    John
  10. whitewalls
    03-15-2011 09:40 AM - permalink
    whitewalls
    Hey Jason. Thanks for the advice you gave me earlier. When I did go see it again, he moved it to a different coverall shelter. So lighting and space was great! Checked all the spots you listed and more. Radio doesn't work though, but dont think it will pose too much of a problem, as well the washer bag needs to be replaced. Drove well, for the limited space i could. (weather)
    over all, everything was quite clean. I'm pretty happy. So shes now mine, and I pick her up mid April. Not sure how to post photos. But i'll see if i can on the original forum.

    Thanks again-

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  • About CropDusterMan
    Biography
    I'm a crop duster helicopter pilot
    Location
    Valley Center, CA
    Interests
    cycling, surfing, gardening
    NASA History Buff and working on my '66 F250
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    CA
    Country of Residence
    US
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-250
    Year
    1966
    Current Mileage
    100,000 - 124,999
    Miles per year
    20,000 - 24,999
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    "Common sense is not very common".

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