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1950 f1 Disk brakes and power steering

I have decided to keep the straight axle and put power disk brakes and the toyota power steering. Anybody have suggestions of the best place to buy the kits?

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I have decided to keep the straight axle and put power disk brakes and the toyota power steering. Anybody have suggestions of the best place to buy the kits?
Hi...Find your king pin dia. it's the same as some newer newer stuff I think it's 70 to 79 F-100, but its a common pin......Good luck
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Your in AZ and want the complete kits? Go with who I buy parts from. Mid-fifty is located in AZ.

http://www.midfifty.com/

Sy and the gals know their trucks and they provide excellent customer service. Have a problem with a part...they will make it right.

I buy all my non-local parts for my truck from them.


Yes...you could piece a "kit" together, but in the long run after chasing parts (gas prices $$$$$)...it sometimes costs more than the real kit.
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