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Re: Followed me home without any issues

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10-18-2011 09:10:16
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To bad it isn't a 5 window cab truck. Oh by the way if you want a 5 window cab I have one we are not going to use LOL Plus a number of other parts. Even have a fresh rebuilt 216 straight 6 we will be removing from the boys truck




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10-18-2011 18:00:55
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 Re: Followed me home without any issues in reply to old, 10-18-2011 09:10:16  
Old -
This one is 5 window. I will pass on the 216. Do you have 4 spd? This one is 3 on the tree. I think to be a good tractor hauler I will need that extra low gear.

Got a friend I will pass along the info to.



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10-18-2011 20:22:51
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 Re: Followed me home without any issues in reply to ShepFL, 10-18-2011 18:00:55  
In your picture I do not see the2 small windows that should be in the corners of the cab if it is a 5 window but then hard to tell for sure. Now if your counting the 2 wind shield and the 2 door glass your not understanding me. A true 5 window has 3 windows behind the driver head and to his right so as to have corner windows



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10-19-2011 04:19:54
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 Re: Followed me home without any issues in reply to old, 10-18-2011 20:22:51  
Agreed These pics should help you better see the 5 window cab.

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 Re: Followed me home without any issues in reply to ShepFL, 10-18-2011 18:00:55  
Big problem on these old Chev's is the fact they have the enclosed drive shafts and you can not just put in any 4 speed. I have 3 4 speeds on hand but all from later model trucks. I take that back I have 4 on hand maybe if the one is not a 5 speed not sure it is in a 1965 GMC school bus with the big block V-6 in it. Boy want me to use the 4 speed from and IH scout so he has the option down the road to turn his 1951 into a 4X4

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10-19-2011 04:22:48
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 Re: Followed me home without any issues in reply to old, 10-18-2011 19:25:42  
Torque tube drive line. 10-4 on that. I will stay stock at this time. Truck is in too good shape to get doing to must modification IMHO.



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10-19-2011 07:57:20
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 Re: Followed me home without any issues in reply to ShepFL, 10-19-2011 04:22:48  
Big problem with the 3 on the tree is they love to lock up on you so you then have to pull over pop the hood and play with the shifter and hope you can get it to shift correctly again. The 1951 we have is next to impossible to shift gears in due to shifter wear



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