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11-03-2012 06:52 AM
rod'n ur tk

thats a neat project. u might look into LMC and see if they have a harness for your tk.
11-03-2012 12:13 AM
New to 'rods

Hey there. Picking up a '67 F250 with 4speed and 352 FE. My Plans are for this to be my first hotrod and yes its a truck I already call "The Work Rod". This truck comes as a runner complete without a hood or bed. The original plan was to get a short box std cab, however i am opting to put a flatbed on it and call it good. truck is mostly all original. Only performance mods i know of is a D60 w posi. Main goal is for better wheels (20") the flat bed, hood and to swap to a auto tranny eventualy. I want to mostly street drive and tow under 7k with it mostly around town, less than 50 miles at a time. This truck is coming from the current owner as a theft recovery. the main wires had been remove by wonderfull metal thieves but has been brought back to life. However wiring is goin to be slow to come. I am a self proclaimed screwdriver mechanic not one to rubuild carbs or motors but can enough on my own and have a vast aray of friends and relatives that do more than me. Any advice to start is always welcomed.

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