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Old 04-21-2013, 02:13 PM
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Today's really Really REALLY dumb question

I have a 69 F-250 Powerstroke. It is time to Clean or replace the carpet. I have it out and pressure washed it.
If I have to replace it all the dealers on the net ask if it is a 2WD (it is) Diesel (yep) Extended cab (yes again) and finally does it have a high hump. Well since I only have the one truck , I don't have any thing to compare it to. So school me; How do I know if I have a high Hump?

BTW the crud coming out of the carpet looked like the Mississippi River Delta. Ran out of gas for Pressure washer so the rest will have to wait.

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Pretty sure the "high hump" model is reserved for the manual transmissions only...post up a picture of the transmission tunnel in yours, should be easy to tell if it has that option or not.

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I borrowed Ben's picture from the sound deadening thread in the interior discussion...his truck shows the "high hump" floor, note the "box" that bolts to the top of the transmission tunnel. I may stand corrected, but this should be the high hump model.

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Auto and diesel are high hump
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Old 04-21-2013, 05:37 PM
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I guess if the preceding photo is a high hump then mine is as well See photos below






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Auto and diesel are high hump
I learned something new today! Thanks Kris...
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Old 04-21-2013, 05:53 PM
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Anytime, the zf6 is even bigger tho lol
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Kris,

Thanks for the info, at least now if the carpet doesn't look good once it's dry I know what to order.

Side note the floor boards are in great shape considering the bed sides are rotted out. But that's what the new bed is for.
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Post a pic mate! I'd like to see the whole truck. Its always cool to see an oldie running down the road.
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These are old ones. New ones as I progress on the resto-mod process.



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