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10-01-2006 10:46 PM
home brew Check out this thread. It will bring your braking up a step or two without spending a lot of money.

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10-01-2006 05:31 PM

no everythings there ,but i need to redo brakes .i dont know if i will keep same flat head v-8. kinda just want to make road safe with out spending lots of green. a old farmer had this truck in the barn for 15 years. last time it was started was 5 years ago. a few dents but thats just like the regular truck i drive ha ha . any info will be cool. im restoring a 1981 f150 4x 4 and so most of my cash is tied up in it. thanks for replying and mabe you might know some connections for my drive tran. thanks bojak
09-17-2006 04:14 PM
home brew The best frame to use to build a 39 Ford truck is a 39 Ford frame. Is there something wrong with your frame?

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09-17-2006 03:31 PM
frame work

whats a good frame to use for a 39 ford truck?

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