Installing Dual Carburetors

By Thomas Teixeira. His web site can be found at Pretty much all the books on flatheads don’t recommend more than dual carburetors for street use, and many of the newer books recommend putting on a four barrel carburetor instead of two carburetors. At the same time, two, three or more carburetors were the […] More »

  Comments | By - July 26, 2002

Installing A 1978 F150 Straight Axle On A 1995 F150

Originally Posted By Daren Woods Hi my name is Daren and I have always loved fords. I was born and raised with them on our home farm. Well in 1995 I bought my new truck that is a 1995 ford F-150 Extended Cab 4×4. I really love this truck so in 1997 I put a […] More »

  Comments | By - July 19, 2002

Dana 60 Rebuild

  A shot of the shop showing the front diff up on the work stands with my ‘custom’ cut 2×4 :), cut with the diameter of the axle tube housing to better secure it on the stands when working.  Can also see rear diff partially assembled on ground.   A shot of the table after […] More »

  Comments | By - June 17, 2002

78 Bronco: Headlight Relay System

By Erik Marquez Here you will find a short write up on a relay system I built for my 78 Bronco. I found that I had 11.5 volts at the head lights before I built and installed this system, after installation, I now have full alternator output, or up to 14.6 volts. While this may […] More »

  Comments | By - April 5, 2002

Advice For Engine Rebuilding

Originally posted in 1999 by Ken Haley This article was originally posted in the Big Ford pickup/Bronco list in response to an energetic first time engine builder. Organization is the key to a successful rebuild. This article gives some ideas for organizing your work. A bit of advice for those without years of experience pulling […] More »

  Comments | By - July 19, 1999

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