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    • Fellro
      Fellro replied to the thread Body Parts.
      Salvage yards or places like LMC Truck, Dennis Carpenter would be your best bet.
    • Fellro
      If I remember correctly, it should be by the master cylinder booster on the firewall. There is one there for lights to a trailer. An additional would be for the fuel pump. Later models had the computer plug there and the EFI relays as well. Had...
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      Fellro reacted to MX306's post in the thread New Here with Like Like.
      Thanks for the add. I have two 79 dentsides, one is a 79 F150 4x4 that I inherited from my dad some 15 years ago. I have gone through pretty much everything mechanical and swapped the stock 400 for a 460. The other is a 79 Supercab 4x4. I built...
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      Fellro replied to the thread Introduction.
      As do I ... ;)
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      Fellro reacted to J03's post in the thread Introduction with Like Like.
      My name is Joe, I currehave a 1985 f 150 that I am working on.
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      Fellro replied to the thread 1985 F-150 2wd Manul Gas Tank.
      It won't hurt it, but it also won't fix your issue to eliminate it. They are a bugger to position when pulling the tank down and putting it back. Its sole purpose is to let air that is being displaced by fuel back out the fill neck. Might be...
    • Fellro
      I replaced the drivers side seal today. The factory seal was pretty ratty but here is a picture:Surprisingly, the factory seal looked more like the Fairchild part, but the proof is in the pudding: the DC part fits better and doesn't hinder the...
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      Fellro replied to the thread Grandpa's Truck.
      Some are loving the patina and old look. I like both nice and shiny and used and aged looks. Looks like you are making great progress.
    • Fellro
      Cosmetically the Dennis Carpenter is definitely more accurate.
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