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Old 01-21-2006, 12:13 PM
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1952 Dodge Pickup Front End

I am known as fordson for I have two old fordson tractors I have restored to new one a 1923 which was my Dads the other is a 1926. My projects now is a 1952 Dodge pickup which I have a 400 small block with 350 automatic trans will use a 9 inch ford rear end. I need to know what front end I can use or buy with power steering I wan't to use the pump from 400 engine any help or information will be a big help. I also have a 1978 cj5 jeep with a 289 ford engine and ford automatic trans. with both front and rear ends 9 inch fords. Please advise me on Front end for DODGE pickup 1952 THANKS fordson. I am also retired Kentucky Utilities Manager past now just have one boss my Wife Ha Ha Thanks GOD BLESS fordson

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I Had a Very good Friend of mine recently pass that was into John Deere tractors He was a Kentucky Tobacco farmer he messed around all the time with that new stuff ..you know ..the newest one he had was a 1957 (damn cant think of the model) he would always say ROOobert I goin ta rebuild these ol junkers no more with that cigar hanging out his mouth & a few months later well there would be this big rusted(solid most the time)tractor essence thing sitting by the shop

Great big silly old funny looking fat kid ! he was .His name was Jerome Fey he knew lots of people into old tractors
sorry I got way off here.

cam you show me some pictures I'm not familiar with those i don't think?


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