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  1. pchelp
    11-11-2017 08:43 PM - permalink
    Steve, what's your preference for valve cover gaskets? Silicone or cork?
  2. dschem
    09-10-2017 08:01 PM - permalink

    I was reading the post where you added a front sway bar to your truck. I have a 1971 that I am adding the same type of sway bar to and I wondered how did you figure out where to put the front bushing brackets on the frame? Is there a measurement to make?

    I hope you can help.


  3. pchelp
    06-06-2017 12:11 PM - permalink
    Hey ultraranger, I am my wits end. There are simply not any used 67-73 FE trucks in any of the salvage yards near me. I am trying to put together a shopping list of power steering components I can purchase online.
    I have found:
    -Saginaw pw steering gearbox from Autozone for aprx $192 minus the core PN 7505

    I need help with:
    -Saginaw pw steering pump w/pulley and brackets
    -Harmonic 2 or 3 groove pulley (will be adding AC later)
    -Aftermarket tilt column (with the correct rag kit) and a steering wheel

    I have a 69' F100 2wd with a 390 and floor shift 3 spd

    Any help will be greatly appreciated !
  4. gudor
    02-22-2017 07:44 PM - permalink

    I saw your post regarding your brake master cylinder/booster setup using Explorer parts. Any chance you have a 'shopping list' for what you used? I looked on rockauto and there are a lot of options/etc.

    Thank you.
  5. Renegade_7
    02-15-2017 09:17 PM - permalink
    Ultra Ranger, you described what I am feeling when brakes applied. The first two I can do, but what do you mean by re-bed the brakes?
  6. rbmead
    02-09-2017 06:48 AM - permalink
    sorry to bother you.
    I just wanted to ask. on your 31 spline axles. what is the length? the ones i pulled out of mine are 30 1/8 28 spline.
    the one I found on that Car.Part site. telling me the 31 spline he has are 29 something.
    again sorry to bother you, im just axle dumb.
  7. theIrishman
    01-13-2017 03:26 PM - permalink
    I would really like to talk to you at some length about Mustang brakes. I need some insight before starting a drum to disc conversion on my 64 1/2. But, I also do not want to go off topic on this forum as it is not truck related. Was interested in the brackets you used to sell, and what, if anything you designed for front brakes. I am trying to stay with 15" American Racing Torq Thrust D wheels. Not a huge fan of the 17" look either. Would it be possible to email back and forth a little?
  8. theIrishman
    01-13-2017 02:18 PM - permalink
    Have a question. Are you the artist formerly known as Ultrastang? I'm guessing you might be.
  9. fordcpe
    12-24-2016 11:49 AM - permalink
    Do you still have the rear axle bearings that were to big for you D0TZ-1225-A for sale I need a pair thank you Darrell [email protected]
  10. Bmg
    09-03-2016 11:33 AM - permalink
    I got brackets and the plastic dust cover from a junkyard. Now here's my dumb question. Do I just take the rubber boot off the new booster and use the plastic donor? Or do you use the rubber one cut up to cover the plastic cover opening?

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    Camden, Arkansas
    Mustangs, F100s, and old Fords in general.
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    1969 F100 SWB Ranger. 240, C-4, PS, PB, front discs, 31-spline Traction-Lok 3.50 geared 9" N-case 3rd member.


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