kirkj
kirkj
Location: Sacramento, CA, USA
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fishfoot20
October 24, 2011 11:15
love that grill
kirkj
August 1, 2010 13:51
Hi Cascott, I do have some pictures of the suspension and frame, I will try to find them and post them. Sorry I didn't get to you sooner, but somebody decided to break into my truck and steal my stereo, laptop etc. just starting to get things back in line right now.
Cascott01
July 19, 2010 20:08
Do you have any pictures of the suspension/frame? I checked the magazine and everything here and couldn't find any. I think I feel the same way you do. I want to sit low but I don't want the complication and expense of airbags if I can avoid it.
Cascott01
July 15, 2010 21:05
Do you have any pictures of the suspension/frame? I checked the magazine and everything here and couldn't find any. I think I feel the same way you do. I want to sit low but I don't want the complication and expense of airbags if I can avoid it.
72Ford
May 22, 2010 03:41
hey did you attend the 1st spring nationals in AZ that just passed?
It would be awesome to see your truck in person.
Will you be attending the november show in az?
kirkj
May 11, 2010 01:26
Hi Casscott01, The TCI was the easy part getting everything else to fit was the hard part! The bed has been raised by 4". I can't think of anything else to change, the only thing I did wrong was to try and keep the Twin I beams, should've just started with the TCI first. Thanks for the comments sorry it took me soooo long to get back to you.
Cascott01
March 31, 2010 01:42
That things is suh...weet! Best thing i took away from it was that you could get that stance with coilovers. How hard was it to modify the TCI front clip? Have you found a better solution since you finished your build? Did you have to raise the bed floor?

I like everything about this truck!
Cascott01
March 31, 2010 01:33
That things is suh...weet! Best thing i took away from it was that you could get that stance with coilovers. How hard was it to modify the TCI front clip? Have you found a better solution since you finished your build? Did you have to raise the bed floor?

I like everything about this truck!
kirkj
March 27, 2010 02:02
Hi 72 Ford, I'll try to find some more pictures of the interior for you. It took me quite some time to find the right seats. another option if you have a junk yard that deals with older vehicles the seats out of an old econoline van are the right size also but all the ones I found were wasted. Good luck to you it is going to be trial and error if you go to a Japanese car like I did be ready to do a bunch of metal work I had to fabricate the brackets for the seat to sit on, what a pain in the A*@!
72Ford
March 23, 2010 13:14
Oh wow they look really nice. IM trying to find some decent seats to modify and put in mine but the only things i can find are some buckets out of a newer expedition, they sit kinda high and have no kind of classic look either. Do you have any other pics of the interior? Im not trying to steal what youve done, just get some ideas, you hardly ever see guys restoring trucks like ours these days so its hard to see whats possible you know?
and thanks, shes my baby. Looks like yours is too. Nice Cobra jet in there too. I was trying to find one for my truck to build but no louck, im building a 460 to replace the 390 and ive got 2000 into it and its not even assembled yet so when im done itll be a running sob.
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