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    That's neat. First truck I remember on the farm was a 49 Dodge 1/2 ton Dad bought new.

    Picture of the wheels looks like it could have been taken in my shop a couple of years ago. Pretty much the same wheels I'm running on the 37 with the same red primer


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    I've NEVER seen a car come from the factory that couldn't be improved.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by falconvan View Post
    Lol! Yeah no plans for a full blown tear down at this point. .
    Famous last words! LOL..
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    I know; I'm sure the itch will get the best of me at some point. But I'd better do one of mama's projects and put new siding on the house first. It's her turn for some new goodies.
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    The itch got the best of me. Time for some steering and brake upgrades. I found this donor truck; planning a front frame stub swap and rear end swap. I’m keeping the flathead; it runs too good to change it.
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    Wow, it doesn't take you long to find stuff. Nice!
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    Before you cut it up, you might want to think about a complete frame swap. From what I've read, it's almost a bolt on with the older pilothouse Dodge's. Yours could be different though.
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    Yeah, I don’t think it will work with the service bed. The Dakota frame has a kick up in the rear that would mean having to cut out the back half of the service bed floor and raise it. Good thought, though
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    Heck Pat if you were bored I have a project you can help with that'll keep you busy
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    Lol! Boredom never seems to be a problem, Joe. How’s Big Bertha coming?
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    Quote Originally Posted by falconvan View Post
    Lol! Boredom never seems to be a problem, Joe. How’s Big Bertha coming?
    It'll be here in a few weeks. Starting completely over starting down to the frame.. Going to use an 06 Yukon for the drive train, wiring & etc for it......
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    Quote Originally Posted by TooMany2count View Post
    It'll be here in a few weeks. Starting completely over starting down to the frame.. Going to use an 06 Yukon for the drive train, wiring & etc for it......
    Nice! That should be really cool. You doing the work in your shop in Cahokia or are you still down in Florida?
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    That Dodge needs a HEMI
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    Nah, Cummins if anything
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    Quote Originally Posted by falconvan View Post
    Nah, Cummins if anything
    A smart guy! And Ryan can help, if you happen to need any help....
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