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NastyCobraJet wrote:
Awesome thanks man. I appreciate the info. I'm definitely gonna be in contact with him. Hay man also I was wondering if you did your own engine work? If so does the block need any modifications to clear the crank? Thanks again man


I do build my own engines. The 4.5'' stroke crank lays right in a stock 460 block with no grinding. Real easy to build a big ford stroker compared to other brands.
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Disturbed Sledneck
Awesome build man!

Any changes planned for the upcoming season?
'78 F250 - 60f/10.25 rear - BBF
Resto-mod in progress
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blacksport03
Good luck with the TTC entry!!
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lameu
Awesome pics! Great build you made there its truly a monster.
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redsuperduty
Disturbed Sledneck wrote:
Awesome build man! Any changes planned for the upcoming season?


We are currently building a custom electronic fuel injection system and I'm going to drop it down a little, sits higher than it needs to. It's in the running for fourwheeler magazines top truck challenge, make sure and vote if you have the magazine! If we make it into TTC it will be wearing 54'' boggers or claws. 

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Thanks blacksport03 & lameu, I appreciate the comments!
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harleytech
Simply an amazing beautiful truck good luck with the ttc!
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HooliganF350
Very cool when all the hard work gets noticed
A Lil Bogger tryin to make it in a Big Boggers world.
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bigorange
Hope you have a new body
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redneckcustoms13
Don't take it as a smart ass remark, but I'll +1 the above, ttc will destroy the body on that thing if your going to run it and try for the win. We ran settc (south east top truck challenge) 4 years in a row and saw many rock buggies destroyed by the end o the weekend. Taking a piece of art such as yours to something like that would just be a waste of a nice truck in my opinion.
Lots of Toyotas, a Cummins, and a few fast toys
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Deerdog1000
What is that aluminum adapter with the yoke on the back of the transmission
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redsuperduty
redneckcustoms13 wrote:
Don't take it as a smart ass remark, but I'll +1 the above, ttc will destroy the body on that thing if your going to run it and try for the win. We ran settc (south east top truck challenge) 4 years in a row and saw many rock buggies destroyed by the end o the weekend. Taking a piece of art such as yours to something like that would just be a waste of a nice truck in my opinion.


No offense taken. What you don't understand is that I owned a body shop for 15 years, dents dont scare me. I also buy and sell parts for these trucks, if I damage a fender, the bed or anything beyond repair I have 12 parts trucks and a barn full of body panels. The truck has been mud raced for 5 years and could use a new paint job anyways. Bring on the body damage!! Mechanical damage can happen during freestyle just as easy as ttc, I built it and I can fix it.
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redneckcustoms13
There you go, at least you have the plan for it. My junk I bounce on rocks looks like chewed bubble gum
Lots of Toyotas, a Cummins, and a few fast toys
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bbuck460
Hey redsuperduty, I like your custom adapter. How much did that cost? Is that the short style output shaft ? How long did it take to get made? Do you run a super short shaft between trans an t-case or just a joint and long slipyoke? What's your contact info if I need body panels for my 79 f250? Appreciate any info
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ULTRATRUCK
Nice work on a great looking truck. Good luck.
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redsuperduty
bbuck460 wrote:
Hey redsuperduty, I like your custom adapter. How much did that cost? Is that the short style output shaft ? How long did it take to get made? Do you run a super short shaft between trans an t-case or just a joint and long slipyoke? What's your contact info if I need body panels for my 79 f250? Appreciate any info


Yes, short style output shaft. I put 2 yokes together for an ultra short driveshaft between the trans and case. Charlie can whip one of these adapters out in a few days if he doesn't have one on hand. You can contact me at timspur@yahoo.com about 73-79 ford parts.
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davidchaples
What is the wheel base and drive shaft angles
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redsuperduty
davidchaples@gmail.com wrote:
What is the wheel base and drive shaft angles


Wheel base is 120'' and the driveshaft angles are 15 degrees.
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