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Old 04-09-2017, 10:24 PM
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They are 2nd Gen seats.
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Old 04-09-2017, 10:48 PM
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Here is mine. Its not detailed or finished yet.





Its getting close to the end of its major rehab.
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What brand of flatbed is that on your truck. It's not one I am familiar with and it looks like a nice unit. Would you have any more pictures of it? Thanks
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Where u get the bucket seats from. ��
If you are asking me they are the original factory seats.
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Ain't it funny that we 1st genners notice every truck on the road and some just sticking out of the weeds in a field.


My wife and I was in NM last summer and I saw this cool red and white 1st gen EC W250 in the parking lot so I had to walk over and take a look, It was rlyons truck ! ! ! !


I knew I had seen the truck before but just couldn't put a name with it, after I got home It hit me.


What are the odds of a guy from FL beeing in NM and a guy from IL beeing in NM and seeing the truck.


I wish I would have talked with him, may never meet face to face again.
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No more stacks and I have removed 2 springs from the rear for ride quality and it did set it down an inch in the rear but still has a rake " don't care for the Cali lean stance.



Yes I do haul some weight once in a while, this is 18K.




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and with Black wheels for a change if I need one.



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No more stacks and I have removed 2 springs from the rear for ride quality and it did set it down an inch in the rear but still has a rake " don't care for the Cali lean stance.



Yes I do haul some weight once in a while, this is 18K.










and with Black wheels for a change if I need one.



My favorite dually Bet it would look sweet with alcoas.
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I like the dual pipes on the D. Is it an early '40s model?
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1949, some Amish guys in northern IN are casting a 3 piece manifold, supposed to be a 10hp gain by keeping the fuel cool going into the cyl, I have 2 mufflers and 2 5 inch pipes, the pipes sound really good for 10 min or so then it is just a little to much.

On a belt dyno it makes 52 hp.
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1949, some Amish guys in northern IN are casting a 3 piece manifold, supposed to be a 10hp gain by keeping the fuel cool going into the cyl, I have 2 mufflers and 2 5 inch pipes, the pipes sound really good for 10 min or so then it is just a little to much.

On a belt dyno it makes 52 hp.
Nothing sounds like a D under full throttle and full load. I bet those 5 inch pipes are loud, the 4 inch pipe on my G gets old when using it for real work. Nice toys all around!
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