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Sorry to hear that but now you've been exposed to the C-Series.
Welcome to the party.
Top of the LST: 1100C; C = 1968. Looks like ticket is dated Sept 19.
Front fender lights + no hood ornament + dual brakes =...
The flow goes in the bottom & out the top.
The hose is not OE. If you have valve in the engine bay, there would have been a brass fitting to...
Here's another example of Diamond's work:
16x8 6x7.25 by Gringo Gomez posted Feb 18, 2020 at 10:33 PM
Nice lookin' truck!
The original Firestone wheels I had were big six 17" so I stuck with that.
I bought 17" x 8" w/6 on 7.25" bolt pattern & 4.25"...
I searched for three years.
I finally used Diamond Racing Wheels, custom built.
Flat center not stamped but I had to get rid of those tubes.
...and some inspiration:
Yeah, that looks familiar, that's parts of the cowl vent system.
Please post up the install.
Interested to see the fill neck fitment.
Never heard of MTS but here they are - more options.
I didn't go the D series tank route due to the fill neck...
I've got a Dana 44-1F, RA15, Big Six w/small closed knuckle.
I use the first style socket that 1975IH200 posted - 2&1/2" stamped steel.
This. The ID of the line matters.
I've learned alot from that man.
He is missed.
Common hardware store item.
Excellent work, btw.
The 304 in my '68 1200C has no s/n or CID stamp.
I understand this means it is a replacement/warranty engine.
That makes sense as the date code...
I would look at Torque King.
I've never used them but I keep the site for future source.
I don't know if this link will work:
but you can check the attributes of p/n...
Nothin' like home cookin'. I can smell it from here!
I would suggest doing the door seal (part #4 in stroker3's diagram) while the door is laid flat.
It was difficult for me with the door swinging,...