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Super Deuce

JoshT

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Supporting Member
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Joined
Aug 6, 2007
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Location
Macon/Fort Valley, GA
Vehicle Year
1999
Make / Model
Ford
Engine Size
4.0L
Transmission
Automatic
Haha right on thanks! I do mostly aviation work now, so if you got any leads in Georgia I'd consider relocating my machines, half my friends just moved there. Still may need a lot of beer to attach that floor though!
I wish I could help you on that one. I do avaition maintenance for the Air Force. I don't have any contacts in the rest of the industry in the area and have no pull here in the bureaucracy.

I don't drink myself, but I might have to start, I've heard it can help with the welding. That said, if you found yourself in the area, with a welder, and looking for a project, I'd gladly keep it flowing.
 


Astro_fusion

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Messages
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Points
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Location
Chino Airport
Vehicle Year
1990
Make / Model
Bronco II
Engine Size
4.0 SOHC
Transmission
Manual
2WD / 4WD
4WD
First time running the Deuce on some rally roads with the new drivetrain. Works really well, feel like the SOHC makes better traction with it's flat torque curve vs trying to ring out the OHV. Last pics of where I grew up.
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dirtcowboy

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V8 Engine Swap
Solid Axle Swap
Joined
Mar 18, 2008
Messages
336
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Location
NW Montana
Vehicle Year
1985,1986(2),19
Make / Model
FORD
Engine Size
2.9, 4.6, 4.0, 6.8, 5.0x4
Transmission
Automatic
WOW! I'm viewing from the land of rocks and trees so seeing a low slug go-fast BII is trippple cool. Seeing one built with this amount of engineering is impressive. Very very nice.
 

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