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#28
Truk


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Jep


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(05-05-2016, 12:59 AM)Sebmeister Wrote: Gonna pick this bad boy up  Smile



Edit: the D*** Head sold it even tho i had said i would buy it lol

Gotta love when that happens...had it happen to a couple good deals before I found the last car I owned. I miss the one that I had though...the picture shows why it went to the junkyard by itself. 
Anyways, I wish you the best in finding another one!


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#31
88' Ford F-150 XLT Lariat 97K Miles Got a 5.0 motor and transmission to go in it. Currently has a straight six and M50D 5-speed manual transmission


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1992 Nissan hardbody. 2wd, 131k miles, automatic


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#33
Ok, here is a second attempt of my post on this thread, hopefully this time it will end up with something useful, not a warning lol. Anywho.

1995 International 4700 Dump Truck
7.3L T444E
Dayton 5-spoke Rims (Gonna be replaced by some steels, maybe Alcoas if I can find a cheap clean set)
Rugby Dump Bed
Hours and Mileage, Idk.
Originally owned by CSX down in Jacksonville Florida, I think. Bought by a Farmer up in Virginia, I know a guy who knew this guy, so that makes us the 3rd owner. But the truck isnt in a bad shape, really clean except for the dump bed which is beat up (Why wouldnt it be).
Lol, The side emblem (4700 T444E) logo badge thingy is missing on the righthand side of the hood..

   

   

   

   

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#34
(05-16-2016, 02:22 AM)Disloyalpick Wrote: 88' Ford F-150 XLT Lariat  97K Miles Got a 5.0 motor and transmission to go in it. Currently has a straight six and M50D 5-speed manual transmission

Sharp looking rig. I wouldn't do that 5.0 swap if I were you. The 300 is a much more reliable motor and actually has a higher torque rating than the 302 and is easier to work on. If the 300 is blown out, rebuild it or get another one. The M5OD isn't a bad trans either. They used them in the 4.0 Rangers. Just a tidbit of advice. It's your truck, do what you want with it.
-Rusty
If people can call gas vehicles "gassers", then can we call diesel vehicles "dieselers"?
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(06-04-2016, 06:05 AM)RustMonster Wrote:
(05-16-2016, 02:22 AM)Disloyalpick Wrote: 88' Ford F-150 XLT Lariat  97K Miles Got a 5.0 motor and transmission to go in it. Currently has a straight six and M50D 5-speed manual transmission

Sharp looking rig. I wouldn't do that 5.0 swap if I were you. The 300 is a much more reliable motor and actually has a higher torque rating than the 302 and is easier to work on. If the 300 is blown out, rebuild it or get another one. The M5OD isn't a bad trans either. They used them in the 4.0 Rangers. Just a tidbit of advice. It's your truck, do what you want with it.



Yeah. Alot of people are telling me the 300 straight six can't be killed. And I love the 5 speed mM50D, but the only problem, I have an internal leak in the transmission. So it loses tranny fluid quicker than normal. But other than that it works amaing. And 97K miles means this thing hasen't even really been broken in much yet, because my girl's cousin had it sitting in a garage, taking it out once every few weeks to just keep the fluids fresh in the motor and other stuff so they didnt set too long in there. 

Ill record a video the next time I hav e it out, but the roads around me are kind of curvy, not many straight, and the little problem I am facing with the steering is that it like to wander on the road whlle driving. You can turn the steering wheel a whole qlmost quarter turn before the wheels will start turning. But I can't work on that right now lol. The entire fuel system was recently replaced. All hoses, lines, you name it, was replaced pertaining to fuel. Next is either the steering or some of the electrical problems, like speakers, and things like that.
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#36
You have a good truck to start with. One thing I'm not familiar with on the fullsize Fords is the steering. I'd guess worn out gears. You can rob an M5OD out of almost anything, the only truck I drove with one was a Ranger and it had so much play in 3rd gear I thought it was in neutral. A 300 with 97k original miles is a jewel. If you go to replace the transmission be sure to replace the tires at the same time and send both out in a cloud of white rubber smoke! Wink
-Rusty
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Last I checked a gasser is a type of drag car. Get it right.
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