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post #81 of 89 (permalink) Old 01-24-2016, 07:21 PM Thread Starter
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15 MPH, guess you need some Good Year Terra's LOL.
Gotta love that low low low. Shifters need to be installed soon, so I can get moving a little quicker.

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Gotta love that low low low. Shifters need to be installed soon, so I can get moving a little quicker.
What size tire and gear? I am planning on a 205 single with 4.10s and 37s. I wonder if I'll eventually need to double up with a ORD box?
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Gotta love that low low low. Shifters need to be installed soon, so I can get moving a little quicker.
What size tire and gear? I am planning on a 205 single with 4.10s and 37s. I wonder if I'll eventually need to double up with a ORD box?
Zf5, bw1356, np205, 3.55s, 35s.
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Guess I should probably put together a list of what this thing needs to be finished up.

1. Drill last hole for track bar bracket.
2. Adjust track bar to center axle.
3. Mount F350 stock mounts.
4. Bolt in shocks.
5. Check clearance on driveshaft.
6. Install triple stick shifter.
7. Fix leaking doubler.
8. Modify steering as needed.
9. Install extended brake lines.
10. Install new dana 44 lockouts.
11. Top off driveline fluids and diff oil.
12. Flush radiator.
13. Replace fuel filter.
14. Repair A/C.

I really think this is all I am missing right now for the truck to be "finished". There are a few other things I'd like to get to eventually, but this is the primary list.
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Couldn't find my f350 shock mounts this weekend, so I didn't accomplish anything other than getting the garage a little cleaned up. Picked up some new mounts today from the dealership and will be, hopefully, getting at least 1 installed, today.
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Got my shocks installed. At least temporarily. Need to order some material to build some sleeves to go inside the bushings. Not sure where the ones I had ran off to. But not a big deal. Next up, is working on removing the center seat, and installing the triple stick shifter setup.


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what's the story with the center seat? Pics?

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what's the story with the center seat? Pics?
My seats are some shitty custom universal seats that a local guy installs at the flea market. They were in the truck when I bought it. Eventually, they will all get replaced with something MUCH nicer. Turns out, the center seat isn't in my way for the shifters. I got the shifters bolted down, and cut the hole cut in the cab floor for the shift cables to run through. But when I crawled underneath to connect them to the np205, I found out my cables were too short. Probably would have been okay if I had mounted everything further back in the cab. No big deal though. I'll just have to swap out my cables.

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