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Re: Post your 4X4 pictures HERE!!

Postby Lone Ranger » Tue Jul 04, 2017 9:53 am

Manny wrote:
Lee wrote:
Additional 3" body lift.

Thanks always trying to figure out how they are built. Means I may stick with 33's... decisions decisions

Manny how does yours look with 33s? Mine is on about a 31 inch tire now. Thinking maybe some skinny 33s would look good.
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Re: Post your 4X4 pictures HERE!!

Postby Manny » Tue Jul 04, 2017 10:35 am

Lone Ranger wrote:Manny how does yours look with 33s? Mine is on about a 31 inch tire now. Thinking maybe some skinny 33s would look good.


It had 16.5 wagons with 33x12.50's at purchase. The old kuhmo tires were square. The aluminum centerlines were craigslist with 285/75R16 32.5? they both fit and run fine no scrubs. I have NO IDEA how the springs are to stock... Trying to resolve what is stock and how close my springs are to it. That way we can figure out best way to procede.

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Being the springs have ZERO bushings in them and the mounting holes are slotted i know i am giving up some height. Just how much?
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Re: Post your 4X4 pictures HERE!!

Postby Dr Farnsworth » Mon Oct 23, 2017 9:22 pm

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My "new" 1978 F250!
All original!
400 engine, NP435 transmission, NP 205 transfer case.
Dana 44 hd open knuckle front axle, Dana 60 limited slip rear.
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Re: Post your 4X4 pictures HERE!!

Postby Lone Ranger » Tue Oct 24, 2017 9:34 pm

Dr Farnsworth wrote:Image

My "new" 1978 F250!
All original!
400 engine, NP435 transmission, NP 205 transfer case.
Dana 44 hd open knuckle front axle, Dana 60 limited slip rear.

That's a beauty dr.! Looks like it's wearing the 79 grill. I'd love to also have a dent highboy. Maybe one day :D
1972 f100 4x4 4 inch lift with dump box kit-sold
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Re: Post your 4X4 pictures HERE!!

Postby Perkint » Sat Nov 11, 2017 3:58 am

Ford at Walnut Grove.jpg
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Ford in front of corn field.jpg


1970 which I've had for about 3 years, still works hard.
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Re: Post your 4X4 pictures HERE!!

Postby popeyes71 » Mon Nov 13, 2017 10:02 am

Perkint wrote:Ford at Walnut Grove.jpgIMG_4860.JPGFord in front of corn field.jpg

1970 which I've had for about 3 years, still works hard.

Great looking truck! I love the old Husky in the back of bed! :thup:
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Re: Post your 4X4 pictures HERE!!

Postby Lone Ranger » Mon Nov 13, 2017 9:19 pm

Great looking truck Perkint! Makes me rethink painting my roof white. What a beauty
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Re: Post your 4X4 pictures HERE!!

Postby cep62 » Tue Nov 14, 2017 8:03 pm

A white roof reflects the sun and keeps you cooler in the summer.


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