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  1. Elwood72
    12-16-2017 06:13 PM - permalink
    Elwood72
    Hey, do you still have any c6tz1104f hubs? How much would you ship one to Texas for? Thanks!

    Jake
  2. swoosh1958
    11-29-2017 07:01 PM - permalink
    swoosh1958
    Hey Chad, I am rebuilding my front seat. I am missing the release spring on the passenger side floor bracket. I am assuming there was a spring on it.Do you have a part#, picture of how it attaches? Or sizes? I also have a couple broken back seat springs. Know where I could get a couple of those? Thanks
  3. 1971_F250
    09-10-2017 02:52 AM - permalink
    1971_F250
    G'day mate, It's Jacky here from Australia. I'm interested in a couple of these 380878-S firewall plugs for my F250 https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...owl-plugs.html. Have you still got a few in stock?
  4. MTB17
    08-03-2017 07:13 PM - permalink
    MTB17
    Thanks. Do you mean the entire steering column? What would be a good swap 1967-70? I want to maintain as much vintage as possible. Have you swapped yours?
  5. MTB17
    08-03-2017 03:04 PM - permalink
    MTB17
    Hi Chad
    I have a question. I'm looking for a stout 4x4 but finding a reasonable f250 these days is a daunting task so someone recommended taking a F350 and converting to 4x4. Saidit was a simple job for 4th gen due to the straight frames (f350). I have Ford 78 HP Dana 60 front and Dana 70 rear ready to go. I can get the remaining stuff (205 TCase, drives,etc). What do you think of that idea? Is power steering an issue with this set up? Thanks Mike
  6. 1948F3Ford
    05-02-2017 12:58 PM - permalink
    1948F3Ford
    Hi Chad,
    Thanks for the reply! Sorry I am getting back to you late... apparently they wouldn't let me see messages for several days after I created the acct. So did you do anything special to the rims, or just clean them up and paint them? These are the ones with centers riveted through the outer hoop with through rivets? If you have any pictures of your tire/wheel setup you could send that'd be much appreciated.... The one tire shop I talked to said that these rims are tube type and that I'd need to seal the rivets before they could mount a tubeless tire on them. Thanks for your help! -Austin
  7. 1948F3Ford
    04-26-2017 08:38 PM - permalink
    1948F3Ford
    Hi Chad,
    I have a question for you on your 8 lug "innie" wheels on your F-250.... I found a full set of (5) at an old salvage yard in Wisconsin and am looking to put them on my 1948 Ford F3 so I can use my factory hubcaps. So you have tubeless tires mounted on those rims?? Are they bias ply or radials? My wheels don't have the little rib to catch/hold the bead... is that the same as yours? Any info you can provide will be much appreciated! Thanks!
    -Austin
  8. hdhubrich
    04-17-2017 12:57 AM - permalink
    hdhubrich
    Hey, working on my first project ever. 1965 F-100. In need of a parking brake assembly. Just the portion that inside the bab. I think the part no. is C5TZ-2780-A. Saw on an old post (2012, I think) that you had three. Any chance you've still got one? I'm in SLC, UT, 84121.

    Thnx!
  9. travis benn
    03-09-2017 05:58 PM - permalink
    travis benn
    I emailed you my address did you get it? If not I can post it on here
  10. travis benn
    03-04-2017 04:56 AM - permalink
    travis benn
    Hi I'm interested in one of your springs shipping would be to 93637 Madera California. Let me know the the cost and I'll pay pal it you. Please and thank you!

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