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  1. 95stepside
    01-29-2012 08:35 PM - permalink
    hi there, i noticed you have a supercab long bed and i was wondering if you know how long it is bumper to bumper, a buddy knows of one near where he's going to school, but i have doubts that it will fit in my garage. if you could let me know, that'd be great.
  2. Dankers
    08-27-2011 04:29 AM - permalink
    I like the profile pic. I just inherited something that looks similar. '76 Supercab Camper Special with a 460. Are these good trucks? I am trying to learn as much as posible from this forum and appreciate any help.
  3. lxlmariuslxl
    07-28-2011 09:42 PM - permalink
    My brother lives out that way
  4. lxlmariuslxl
    07-28-2011 07:59 PM - permalink
    I live in Wake Forest, what about you?
  5. Kalve
    02-09-2011 08:41 AM - permalink
    yea the lund visors come up for sale every so often they usually go for bout $100+ I saw some before for $50. you going to get one for yours?.
  6. Bullitt390
    01-28-2011 06:59 PM - permalink
    Date code is under the oil filter adapter... look here for a pic of the location

    Casting dates on blocks are:

    First character (a digit) representing the year, the second character (a letter) representing the month, and the last one or two characters (one or two digits) representing the calendar date in the casting month

    Blocks cast after 1969 will have two "dots" below the year digit to designate a block cast form 1970 onwards and not to be confused with those cast in say 1960.
  7. Bullitt390
    01-27-2011 11:50 PM - permalink
    Could be a partial VIN number that was very very rarely stamped on some engines.

    Other than that is doesn't mean anything in the FE world. For a 390 block, is to look at the front of the block for wither the 352 or a reverse 105 casting. Reverse 105 are more desireable for higher horsepower applications, and about 1 in 20 can be bore .080 over to make a 428 with the proper crank.

    Regular "352" cast blocks are nearly 1 in 45 with that ability.


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