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Old 04-27-2010, 07:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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1979 Ford Dually Super Cab Cummins/ conversion

Pictures from a few months of slow work. some of you guys have seen some or these pictures. Started a new thread to try to get organized to let yall know how things are goin with this build. Picture number one is the day i got the truck, #2 is the boys and my wife after they came off of vacation last summer, # 3 pulling the 460 #4 pulling the bus engine for the 79 #5 engine out of the bus.
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Old 04-27-2010, 07:12 PM   #2 (permalink)
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pictures didnt go on for some reason so here they are
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Old 04-27-2010, 07:17 PM   #3 (permalink)
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tranny

I was able to find a church bus with the f speed tranny I thought would hold up. The church was wanting an automatic. so im doin the swap
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flywheel housings

I sure wish the flywheel housings would not have to be switched, but at least i have both of them. Rear seals will have to be replaced.
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rear of frame

Got the fuel tanks out and cut off the goose neck hide a ball system. The gooseneck weldes had craters as big as the grand canyon. just couldn't handle the bubble gum
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5.9 cummins lucky find

Went to kentucky and found another 5.9 cummins. My brother in law picked it up for $440. We still have to tear it down to check it out
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Kinda neat seein pics of this on here glad its makin progress buddy
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Kinda neat seein pics of this on here glad its makin progress buddy
thanks makin progress little by little
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Nice truck! Keep up the good work.
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Nice truck! Keep up the good work.
THANKS, more pictures to come,
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frame work

started boxing the frame on the rear of the truck/ here are some pictures of some progress





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boxed in the rear crossmember.


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