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Discussion in 'Pacific Region' started by drofdar, Dec 18, 2005.

  1. drofdar

    drofdar 1/2 ton status

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    I am finally finishing up the rig. So, I have lots of stuff left over from the doner truck. Fits 73 - 80 fullsize. Doors, fenders, radiator support, interior-dashboard stuff, 14BFF rear and Dana 44 (73 Burb) front. My rig is going in for exhaust this week, then paint. I just don't think I'll need all this left over stuff. I'm in Fresno.
     
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    Hey Man,

    I am in Santa Barbara whihc is kind of far away, but am interested in the doors and fenders, got pictures? I have a brother in Sacramaneto and a buddy in Turlock, both of which drive down here sometimes, maybe they can pick the parts up if the price is right? What else you got? danielsn@pcbancorp.com
     
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    Let's see; as I posted plus misc stuff like, twin 22 gal saddle gas tanks, lots of small hardware items. Complete steering shaft w/wheel from auto truck. Heater box w/ducting. Front spash pan (goes under grill) from 1980 truck. 1980 square headlights and buckets. I have 2w/dr steering box, but may keep it for crossover setup. If so, I'll keep the flat knuckles from the D44 also.
     
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    You wouldn't happen to have the brake pedal assembly from a 1973 and up model would you?
     
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    Auto w/big pedal, or standard model? I do have the wide pedal auto brake and the upper attachment (under dash) piece. The clutch pedal upper unit tend to wear/oval out where the bolt goes through. If you have standard tranny, I spose you could cut the left side of the auto style pedal off so it didnt interfere with the clutch pedal.
     
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    Thanks for the reply, that is exactly what I did. The brake booster rod didn't fit the stock skinny manual brake lever, so I used hte fat auto adn cut it...
     

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