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    John H

    • Year:1978
    • Make:Ford
    • Model:F-150

    Engine : Rebuilt 351M with 600cfm 4 barrel Edelbrock Performer carburetor and intake manifold

    Drivetrain : Future 1-ton Detroit locked axles and 1350 CV drive shafts

    Transmission : no info

    VIN : no info

    1978 F150 Ranger with 6.5 inch Skyjacker/Superlift combination suspension lift with a 3 inch Performance Accessories body lift. 38.5x14.5x15 Super Swamper Sx tires on 15x10 American Racing Outlaw I wheels. Warn winch, dual batteries,...

    This is my first vehicle, I bought it stock back in high school. I did all the work in my driveway with hand tools. This is one of many 1973-1979 era fullsize Ford pick-ups and Broncos I plan to build, wheel, and collect.

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    Reviewed by: Josh S 06/11/08 03:11PM

    Comments:
    did u make ur bumper brackets or buy them cause im bout to put a 3 inch body on my truck. and ur truck is sick

    Reviewed by: John H 09/13/08 09:14PM

    Comments:
    Yeah, I made the bumper brackets out of 1/4" steel plate, cut with a plasma cutter, and welded to the inside of the frame rails. But you could just cut the ends of your frame rails off and weld them up higher, if you plan on keeping your stock bumper, instead of making new brackets.

    Reviewed by: Matthew S 10/21/08 10:33PM

    Comments:
    very custom......Awesome!!

    Reviewed by: Brian A 05/10/09 04:40PM

    Comments:
    Hey nice truck. I have a truck just like yours. I am currently working on repairing the rust. I was wondering if you could possibly tell me the specs and materials that you used to make the bumper

    Reviewed by: Brian A 05/10/09 04:40PM

    Comments:
    My e-mail is avilabriantwo@yahoo.com

    Reviewed by: Drew O 09/28/10 09:30AM

    Comments:
    hey where did u come accross that roll bar at? id love to have one for my pullin truck

    Reviewed by: John H 09/28/10 06:55PM

    Comments:
    I drove past it and noticed it sitting in a field on a horse ranch...so I turned around then I bought it from this Mexican for $90...some say he got the better end of the deal...but I say la cucaracha to that!

    Reviewed by: Josh W 10/06/10 10:29AM

    Comments:
    Hey, nice truck man! I have a 79 shortbed 4x4 and was wondering if that is an original non-ac cab or did you remove the ac box from the firewall? If you removed it yourself, what was involved/ was it difficult?

    Reviewed by: John H 02/12/11 09:16PM

    Comments:
    No, it is all original body...rust-free CA sheet metal

    Reviewed by: Mike P 03/09/11 05:44PM

    Comments:
    beautiful rig. Love that bumper.

    Reviewed by: Bobby Y 03/22/11 04:17PM

    Comments:
    badass man! truely a real mans truck

    Reviewed by: Terry N 04/04/11 08:47PM

    Comments:
    how good does the dana 44 hold up to those 38's ?

    Reviewed by: Matt C 09/24/11 12:17PM

    Comments:
    hey man AWSOME rig, i cant wait to get started on my new steel bumper

    Reviewed by: Renee L 08/31/11 08:29AM

    Comments:
    hey sweet truck i was wonedring if you could send me the material and info that you used to make the bumper email is lopezrene75@yahoo.com thanks

    Reviewed by: Gunnar H 03/14/12 10:48AM

    Comments:
    What a BEAST!

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