Installing Dual Carburetors

By Thomas Teixeira. His web site can be found at http://world.std.com/~tjt/Cars.html 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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