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Old 09-24-2013, 08:30 AM
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02' F350 Dually CCLB.... lots of work

Hey guys, will be doing a lot of work to my truck in the next few months so i thought I'd make a log...

Paint
ZF6 Swap
riffraff 38r wheel
air horn (bed rails are air tight, using for tank)
southbend clutch (Or any other options, let me know!)
08' front end conversion
08' power mirrors
08' rear bumper

and much more i am definitely forgetting!

stay tuned.


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Old 09-24-2013, 08:52 AM
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Unfortunately i can't drive on the roads with a dually and no fender flares, so off they go!



It now looks like a massive pizza cutter





Lets start with the rust! Neeever good aha
Same **** on both sides.



Probably one of the worst spots on the bed.



BUT the sandblaster took care of that.

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thats one sick looking truck!!!
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Old 09-28-2013, 05:44 PM
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Just got my hands on a 99' ZF6 truck with fairly low km's.
This is my first time driving 7.3 6 speed and i already love it haha!

This truck will soon be available for parting out after i take everything i need.



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Any Update on this??? i wanna see!
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Got my hands on a P.I.S. compressor wheel.


Ordered some 200cc/80% P.I.S. hybrids, and their hot rod IDM.
Should be here next week!!

Also got my southbend 1944-6OFEK clutch.

Pulling the cab, tranny and motor out of my ZF6 truck, will be updating more frequently soon!
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Old 11-06-2013, 04:17 PM
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What did you have to do to remove rear wheels? I was under the impression duallys needed new axles if you wanted a single wheel..
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Old 11-06-2013, 04:26 PM
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What did you have to do to remove rear wheels? I was under the impression duallys needed new axles if you wanted a single wheel..
By no means do i want single rear wheels haha i hate it!
You can run single rears on a dually no problem, but the axle stick out way past the rim.

Well, they are torqued down to 450 ft/lbs so i used an 8ft tube with a massive ratchet!
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Old 11-06-2013, 05:12 PM
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By no means do i want single rear wheels haha i hate it!
You can run single rears on a dually no problem, but the axle stick out way past the rim.

Well, they are torqued down to 450 ft/lbs so i used an 8ft tube with a massive ratchet!
I was looking at a f350 dually, but decided against it based on what I have read about traction..

Would you mind getting some pictures of the axle currently?
I might pick that truck up and take a wheel off.. and get new fenders also.
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Old 11-08-2013, 10:34 AM
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02' F350 Dually CCLB.... lots of work-imageuploadedbyautoguide1383939154.183885.jpg this is the best pic I could find on my phone.

Also big update! Just bought a complete 2008 front end for this truck! Add that to the lest of work haha

Also just sent my injectors in to P.I.S. As well as ordered their modified 7.3 IDM.

Also time for the zf6 swap as well! Lots of pics soon...


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