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  1. Florida Chris
    08-02-2018 04:50 PM - permalink
    Thank you again Steve. You are truly a wealth of information and expertise, and I have learned a lot from reading your many posts!
  2. Florida Chris
    08-01-2018 10:17 PM - permalink
    Steve- I want to paint my engine the same color as your 300. What color did you use and do you know if it is available in a rattle can? Thanks!
  3. Florida Chris
    07-22-2018 07:46 AM - permalink
    Thank you Steve. And, thanks for the link to your engine rebuild. Very impressive work!
  4. Florida Chris
    07-21-2018 10:45 PM - permalink
    Hello Ultraranger-

    I am admiring the photos of your engine you recently posted. I really liked how your fuel line is run from the fuel pump to the carb. Did you bend this line yourself or did you purchase it pre-bent? If so, where did you source the parts? What about the clips that hold the line to the valve cover? I would really like to duplicate your setup on my '69.

    Thanks! -Chris
  5. Kierobi
    05-07-2018 09:58 PM - permalink
    Here's a photo of the booster if it helps. Sorry about the crappy photo.

  6. Kierobi
    05-07-2018 09:58 PM - permalink
    Hey,
    Hope you don't mind me bothering you.
    Looking to replace my master cylinder, seen that you have done multiple conversions over to the "newer" Master Cylinders and am hoping to pick your brains.
    Looking at my brake booster, I'm thinking that it's dual diaphragm. When I look at it, it's definitely the thicker one I've seen and when I compare to the ones I can find from part stores, it looks to be the dual diaphragm booster.
    Based on your post in the no-pedal-master-cylinder-bad-2.html thread, I would be looking to go for a 1 1/16" bore Master Cylinder right? The '95 Explorer? Any other specifications I should be looking for?
    Sorry to be bugging you with a ton of questions but you certainly know what you're doing and I'm still trying to learn a bunch with this truck. When it comes to a safety system, I need a ton of validation.
    Thanks again and appreciate you taking the time to read this.
  7. jdioli
    05-06-2018 04:00 PM - permalink
    Hi sir
    I just joined the forum and had a question about your f350 booster set up with an explorer master, I have the master and just to clarify if i get the brackets from the flashback f100 the brackets allow the 1975 f350 booster to bolt up to a 1965 f100? I'm redoing my f100 that i built 17 years ago and need better brakes,I have an explorer rear and master and like the idea of the booster for towing my enclosed trailer. thank you for your time
    john dioli
    Ford F100 Trucks - 25th Annual F-100 Western Nationals - Hot Rod Network
  8. wta
    04-19-2018 08:51 AM - permalink
    wta
    Ultraranger

    Would you mind sharing where you got the blue bushings for your rear sway bar, the one you adapted to fit your '69? The bar came from a '79 Bronco. Thank you very much, and that '69 is very nice. You can email me at [email protected].

    Joe
  9. 1966f250
    03-06-2018 07:05 AM - permalink
    Ultraranger - last january, you posted some pics of a few dash clusters that featured a vacuum pressure gauge. do you still have any of those gauges? i am looking for a vacuum pressure gauge for a 1966 F250. let me know. easier to email me directly at [email protected]

    thanks! craig.
  10. pchelp
    11-11-2017 07:43 PM - permalink
    Steve, what's your preference for valve cover gaskets? Silicone or cork?

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  • About ultraranger
    Location
    Camden, Arkansas
    Interests
    Mustangs, F100s, and old Fords in general.
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    AR
    Country of Residence
    US
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    Ranger
    Year
    1969
    Current Mileage
    Rather not say
    Miles per year
    Rather not say
  • Signature
    Steve

    1969 F100 SWB Ranger. 300, C-4, PS, PB, front discs, 31-spline Traction-Lok 3.50 geared 9" N-case 3rd member, Duraspark II ign., 3G alt., intermittent wipers, tilt wheel, front/rear swaybars. 4.9L EFI exh. manifolds/true dual exhaust.

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