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136243

Re: 9" rear end?

thanks, I will do that.
h20dewd2004
2:17 PM
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136242

Re: 9" rear end?

Try Victor La Fountaine [vlafountaine@...] I’m sure he has several Ted Johns ♥ Woodinville, Washington From: oldeconolines@yahoogroups.com
Ted Johns
2:10 PM
#136242
 
136241

9" rear end?

Does anyone have or know of an Econoline heavy duty rear end for sale?
h20dewd2004
2:03 PM
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136240

Re: Steering column floor plate

I have a stack of the floor plates of both types, also lots of doghouse parts, etc, etc, VicSoCal
vlafountaine
1:51 PM
#136240
 
136239

Re: front axle, anyone, anyone?

that's fine by me. send me info? logan//milwaukee ps sorry for the late response. just had the appendix removed.
maxturbo211
10:16 PM
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136238

Re: one piece door for 1965 econoline van.

I seem to remember a couple from Tacoma Wa. that came down for the NW econo meet about 4 or 5 years ago (give or take) and I think theirs was 2 doors welded
Jim G
May 22
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136237

Re: Motor/Trans swap option

Just catching up with the thread... I say go for it! Dropping in a small block V8 is tried and true, but why not go for something different? For me, it's
cowboy_rick
May 22
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136236

Re: Motor/Trans swap option,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, now fuel injection for c

Vic, no actually I am using an early mustang radiator, first used one in the 61 econopickup I had a few years ago that one had overheating issues I first read
mick 00000
May 22
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136235

Re: Steering column floor plate

Hey Dan I think I may have a floor plate.I'll look tonite.Northeast Van Show on July 18th. Jim in NJ aka Casimier   From: "dwolff1964@...
jim w
May 22
#136235
 
136234

Steering column floor plate

Hi, I'm looking for the steering colum floor plate for a 65-67, and also the passenger side of the dog house, mine look like Swiss cheese, if anybody has
dwolff1964
May 22
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136233

Re: Motor/Trans swap option,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, now fuel injection for c

Mick,,,, THANK YOU,, To me ItÆs always a challenge to see how much better I can get things than the last one I did,, LOLàà The cross members a result
victor
May 22
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136232

Re: Motor/Trans swap option

The original had less than half that power. I think you will have problems with damage to the motor mount braces, box frame, and floor if you actually apply
George Patterson
May 21
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136231

Re: Motor/Trans swap option

Thanks very much everyone for the input. It is much easier to learn from other's experience. I'll definitely consider the small V8 knowing there is lots of
Rick
May 21
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136230

Idle adjustment

I am running a Holley 0-7448 carburetor, 200 ci with c-4 transmission. What warm engine idle speed should I shoot for? Bob NCWA
Robert Hollingsworth
May 21
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136229

Re: Motor/Trans swap option

Vic, I have seen pics of some of those clean installs lol. Mine is in my opinion a good install made possible by using one of your cross members. Made the
mick 00000
May 21
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