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Old 11-25-2005, 11:01 PM
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1964 ford f-100

I am an old junk yar :( d dog,with the patience of Job,but I find it hard to believe no one makes a drop spindle for this era f-100.I know about drop I-beams,and reverse-eye leafs,but I want to keep(1)manual steering(2)drum brakes,and(3)it's"old school"vibe.So who has a lead to aid my search?

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Originally Posted by weedwacker1951
I am an old junk yard dog, with the patience of Job, but I find it hard to believe no one makes a drop spindle for this era f-100. I know about drop I-beams,and reverse-eye leafs, but I want to keep(1) manual steering(2) drum brakes, and(3) it's"old school"vibe. So who has a lead to aid my search?
As a Forum Moderator here, I would like to WELCOME YOU HERE....

I have had F-100's and F-1's most all of my life and I do not ever remember seeing dropped spindles for one. Mainly because of the reasons you listed. Dropped axles, reverse eye springs and the like......

Old school was MorDrop axles and reverse eye springs ......I did that to my 56 F-100. But ended up clipping it with a Chevelle front....to get it low enough and get PS and disc brakes at the same time. This was in the early 70's...

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Dago-ed is old school vibe, isn't it???
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