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Thread: got the 598 ci to start last night

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    got the 598 ci to start last night

    It was not as easy to swap a 396 to a tall deck as i thought.
    tune and strighten up the wires today. It snowing hard but I cant wait to take it for a test ride . The gear drive timeing sounds sweet

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    Good job John glad to hear it worked out for you.
    Wesley
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    No test ride today march power steering brackets dont line up
    As for the wires ,goin back out to do the electric fans
    Wires lookin better with the hair cut

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    wires done , waitin on power steering belt,part store had to order
    cant wait for the test drive

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    Wrong belt and couldnt wait, drove it with no power steering
    WWAAAAAHHH WWWHHHOOO
    More hp than mph 700 hp 60 top speed 116 hp for every10 mph
    It blisters the tires befor the four barrel kicks in
    got to get my lady to get some pics on here

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnpedamoe
    Wrong belt and couldnt wait, drove it with no power steering
    WWAAAAAHHH WWWHHHOOO
    More hp than mph 700 hp 60 top speed 116 hp for every10 mph
    It blisters the tires befor the four barrel kicks in
    got to get my lady to get some pics on here
    who need power steering...thats for whimps...lol...

    im joking with ya..congrats sounds like fun..keep it between the ditches and you will need no power steering...lol.

    Brian
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    Hell, if the front wheels are in the air it should be easy to steer.... right? :? :lol:
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    This is a 76 F250. Its to heavy to get the tires up
    NOS and paddel tire in the spring, see if it comes up then


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