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Old June 9th, 2018, 11:39 AM
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von I have all most 58 years of experience working on cars and heavy equipment. been collecting machine tools for a long time. this should not stop you from posting a build it is more about what you are doing then how good you are at it. I have been a long time poster at machine builders.net and just came here to share my build with the truck lovers.
I hope this will change your mind about posting
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Old June 9th, 2018, 12:41 PM
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von I have all most 58 years of experience working on cars and heavy equipment. been collecting machine tools for a long time. this should not stop you from posting a build it is more about what you are doing then how good you are at it. I have been a long time poster at machine builders.net and just came here to share my build with the truck lovers.
I hope this will change your mind about posting
I appreciate the encouragement. But nah, probably not. I was mostly just razzing you... a sideways compliment since I'm running out of ways to compliment your work.

Don't know that I could take the time to copy my build thread from the Zoo to here. I'm a little over 3 years and 22 pages into it. But we like to ramble and go off topic over there... maybe if I took out all the tangents about cooking, other vehicles, squirrel hunting, our old house getting broke into and subsequent move, remodeling the old house and the new one, my idiot boys... it's a busy, busy thread...

I am thinking of adding to random dead end threads here. When researching the ford swap I found a couple of ancient FE swap threads here with lost pics and unanswered questions. I might add to those so future dummies that want to put an FE in their truck might have a little more guidance than I did.
And lost pics on the threads about transferring the hand brake from the NP200 to the NP205, might do that.
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I need to do the same thing to my tank
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Old June 22nd, 2018, 08:04 PM
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starting the box

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Old July 10th, 2018, 11:39 PM
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cleaned,painted and sprayed with 3m rocker schutz

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time to sand blasting
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Nice work
Your bed box looks to be in really nice shape to.
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Old July 11th, 2018, 11:33 PM
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had one rear finder that was bent real good

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box sand basted and painted working on cleats

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Old August 2nd, 2018, 11:43 PM
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bed done

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cab and box in air ready for the frame

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