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6 days ago
swptln
Thanks, definitely makes great reference material.
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6 days ago
swptln
Sounds good, way to go.....sure this will help a lot of guys out with there projects. Got any pictures?
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16 days ago
swptln
Just added 1968 4x4 Sales Brochure to the Vintage Scan Page. 61, 62 and 66 coming soon Vintage Scan Page
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16 days ago
swptln
I just updated the side marker reflector article with some proof that all 1968 model year trucks manufactured before January 1, 1968 did in fact come from the factory without side marker reflectors. After January 1, 1968 they were standard equipment.
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16 days ago
swptln
Looks like a cheap spin-off of VPW.... Go with Exline Custom you won't be disappointed. I've used VPW and there not the same thickness, but Kenny's are.
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26 days ago
swptln
The 71 had a Myers 7.5 on it.
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30 days ago
swptln
This is a picture I came across of my uncles 69 W100 in 1971. This was my first Power Wagon, 71 W200, from back in the 80's.
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4 weeks ago
swptln
Why would the 440 be any different than a 360 as far as the steering box goes? Not much difference in dimensions with the 727 between smallblock and bigblock. Especially were your going to cut the crossmember for the bell.
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4 weeks ago
swptln
If you put the 64 727 in your truck, you'll never find a 360 torque convertor to fit the tranny. Input shafts are different. 66 and down use a small input shaft on the 727, 67 and up use the large. Unless you have a custom convertor made for the 360 with a small input hub, but you'll never find an off the shelf convertor. Remember the 360's use a specially balanced convertor for
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4 weeks ago
swptln
Gordo, check out the video channel, I made a video on putting the 727 in my W200.
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4 weeks ago
swptln
hmmmm maybe it didn't like him Lol
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5 weeks ago
swptln
Any idea what this is?
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6 weeks ago
swptln
Just added the 66 brochure, 65 CSS and 65 engine line up and specs all to the vintage scan page. Coming soon will be 61 4x4, 62 4x4 and 66 4x4.
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6 weeks ago
swptln
6.70 15 was standard, 6.50-16 was optional. There are no published numbers on the trucks only a total made, but no breakdowns as to bed types, engine types, etc. All that is published is that 52,140 D100's were built in 1966.
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7 weeks ago
swptln
No, I understand what you are saying. The fuel sloshing has nothing to do with whether or not there is pressure or vacuum in the tank. If what you are saying was true, even the later setup would blow fuel out with fuel slosh. I still say you have the wrong cap or it's junk, fuel sloshing shouldn't open the vent on the cap, regardless if the tank is vented or not and if the tank is vente
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7 weeks ago
swptln
Where does the vent tube vent to? Does it go up into the roof? because a vent tube has to be higher than the tank in order to work properly. I know the 70-71 tanks have a expansion type chamber in the roof pillar with a hose coming off that, that vents outside the cab. I never checked one out thoroughly, I'm assuming it's similar to a pollution charcoal filter in design. I still don&
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7 weeks ago
swptln
It's my understanding that the originals were "Vented" one direction atmosphere into tank only, these caps will have a warning label on them as well to beware of pressure when removing. I believe all new caps vent both ways in and out with different pressure settings. The vent's are spring loaded and should not allow fuel to pass as in turning corners or sloshing fuel. If it
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7 weeks ago
swptln
If you look it up in the Balkamp catalog, they have a chart with columns for the different types.
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7 weeks ago
swptln
No, there the same left or right. The stud is centered from front to back, so you can use them on either side.
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8 weeks ago
swptln
It appears, NAPA 7031220 is a standard non-vented cap. NAPA 7031221 is the vented.
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8 weeks ago
swptln
No, those are some photo's I found on Google. The propane one looks like it might have come off a power unit of some sort.
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2 months ago
swptln
1968 D200 with a 72-80 front bumper
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2 months ago
swptln
I think the intakes are the same, just the exhaust and water pump that are different.....
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2 months ago
swptln
As far as I know the bigger trucks used a different engine than the light duty trucks, heads, water pumps, manifolds, etc are all specific to the bigger trucks.
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3 months ago
swptln
Got my intermediate shaft today, so all set with mating up the 727 to the 201 transfer with 1310 joint on the tranny and 1410 joint on the 201.
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3 months ago
swptln
Ya, I know.
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3 months ago
swptln
Your welcome, thought it was a pretty good piece of history. Finding fiberglass panels would be really cool for sure.
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3 months ago
swptln
Just uploaded to Vintage Scans, an article from Feb 1964 Speed Mechanics about Dick Boynton's Super Stock pickup.
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