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Flea

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Hey I finally got a digital camera to take pics my project F150 that took me 7 months. It was well worth the work and learning experience and thanks to the help of my friend matt a.k.a. V8 Ranger it is back on the road again. I could barely weld when i started this project and the better I got at welding the more I wanted to do, and so far this is what has become of my poor truck. I just finished this summer so hopefully it can make it through the desert season without any major problems. The rust is a nice added addition huh? Its just a little surface rust so dont think i'll let all my hard work go to poop, I'm gonnna paint it soon. Thank you matt for letting me use your tools, brain and time. lata.
 

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Oh yeah maybe you guys want to know a little about it. Equal length tubular cromoly J-arms, kingpin spindles, 2.5 by 16" kings with 350/350 springs. I used spherical bearings instead of heims because it seemed to fit the application better. truck is about 4 inches wider on each side. I'll post a pic of the whole truck later if you guys would like to see. 18 inches of front wheel travel right now but if I do crossover steering I'll allow a little more. camber gets a little crazy at full bump, anybody had any experience with camber at full bump being a problem? its not that bad but it will worry me untilll it makes it through a few desert trips. see ya
 

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Hey Flea, I just wanted to post so the entire thread would not be you talking to yourself.



Junior
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